Did you know that it is possible to turn two flat pieces of fabric into a dimensional tote or bag with one little tweak? The secret: boxed corners! If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to sew a boxed corner (also referred to as a box corner) but have never known where to start, today’s session of Creativity U will cover all of the ins and outs of boxed corners.
As with the first installment of Creativity U, something that initially began here at PS over the summer, the full boxed corner tutorial will be available as a printable PDF. (You can get the full details for what Creativity U is all about here.)
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To download your copy of the PDF copy of Sewing 101: How to Sew Boxed Corners, click this link or the image below.
While you’re in a learning mode, also check out the first session of Creativity U, which covered the ins and outs of how to sew envelope-back pillow covers.