I'm trying to put together a baby quilt that's set on point. Of course I followed directions that said to cut 7- 8 1/2 X 81/2 and cut them in half diagonally to make triangles. Since this is my first quilt to be set on point I figured I should read up a little before I just charged forward. Everything I've read said I should make sure when I sew triangles in corners and sides that the bias should be to the inside to prevent stretching. OK, makes sense. I'm OK with the corners but there's no way to sew side triangles so bias is on inside. In hindsight, my best vision, I should have read before I cut. So, my question is do I bite the bullet and just cut new triangles so bias will be to outside when I sew OR can I use the ones I've got all cut?? Will this potential stretching be that big of a deal? I have enough fabric so I can recut but I'm cheap and hate wasting fabric.
Quilt is a gift- if it was for me I'd take my chances. Thanks in advance for your help.