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I looked at ready made baby blankets. The corner was sewn on the diagonal, no fold to one side for they cut the extra off. What have you decided?
The miter corner makes into diagonal by folding both side into a triangle. The fold will tuck back into each side . Hope this will help. It is hard for me to explain without doing it at the same time.
If you are concerned with slipping, try using the double sided sticky sewing tape, to tape both sides, then use a long basting stitch, then you can use a zig zag to secure it firmly! Merry Christmas!
I'm no expert, either, but my first thought is to make sure the fleece completely fills the satin blanket binding. I agree with Debbie, then just zigzag the edges, catching both front and back at the same time, if possible. I don't think the packaged satin blanket binding edges will ravel, so the zigzag stitch isn't intended to keep it from raveling, just to secure the edges. I hope you get better advice from others who are more experienced.
No clue here. My first response was going to be "Very Carefully. lol I have a friend that pins the satin binding on and zig/zags it in place catching front and back edge. Good luck.
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