Deb Tucker's Studio 180 Design announced the release of a couple of new tools. If you like using Corner Pop as a replacement for the the folded corner technique, you will love how you can expand on the concept with these new offerings.
These corners don't need to be restricted to simple squares and rectangles. I wanted to explore what would happen when I added them to a pieced block.
See how to do this in my EQ8 video tutorial.
In addition to designing the Corner Pop 2 friendly block, learn how to use Shrink and Fit for a new block and Serendipity to play with block rotation in the Quilt Worktable.
Here are some quilt ideas using the block from the video.
In the last option, you can see how you can carry the block design into the border as well. Make sure to use Tile Square border for blocks that are square. Otherwise, they may not be Corner Pop 2 friendly.
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