The past 7 months I have waited and waited and waited for this moment. One of my very favorite things about this quilt when I first saw it was the unique setting. I had never seen a quilt like this and I LOVE how the Clementine Quilt turned out!
I had Debbie of Hobble Creek Quilting use the ginger snap pantograph to quilt this beauty up, and it added just the softness that I was hoping it would for those hard angles. I had the idea to scallop the border, but I had already made my binding and it was not made on the bias. I decided that I could still round the corners and it would likely be just fine with straight cut binding. I had NO issues with it whatsoever, so if bias binding scares you, I can now say that you can absolutely do rounded corners with normal binding! 🙂 You can also just use a dinner plate as your template, which I also now know from first hand experience.
For the final setting instructions, you can head to Fat Quarter Shop’s blog, The Jolly Jabber. Have you been quilting along? This was a bit of a doozie to keep up with every month, so if you’re not to this point, don’t beat yourself up! You’ve got this! It is well worth the effort to finish!
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I love how you curved the corners and the quilting is exquisite!