I just finished a class sample that I will be teaching soon from a pattern called Pop Luck created by Deb Tucker for Studio 180 Design. With the Corner Pop tool you can choose from 22 size options available and accurately remove a 90 degree corner from a base shape such as a rectangle, pieced unit, or block and leave the necessary 1/4″ seam allowance intact. You’ll then add an oversized replacement half square triangle and use the ruler guidelines and cutting edges to quickly clean up the corners to the perfect shape and size.
I made half square triangles, then I popped of the corner and added an oversized triangle and trimmed it up using the Corner Pop Tool.
You’ll be saving fabric and have pressing options not available with traditional the folded corners technique.
This is the finished Pop Luck top!
This is a fun project and a beautiful quilt.