Modern Yardage. It is 36"x 54" and costs $17. Lindsey first trimmed off the excess fabric and then measured 66" of dark blue fabric for the back.
It was difficult to photograph how she sewed the corners since the thread is the same color as the fabric. Lindsey stitched to about 1/4" from the end and stitched at a 45 degree angle to the corner. She folded the fabric to create a flap and folded again to continue sewing.
She unfolded the binding, pinned them together and stitched across.
Here's where the bind came together, was folded in half and stitched along the raw edges to finish the bind.
Melissa was close by to guide Lindsey thru the final binding stitches.
Here's a close up of the top side of the quilt where the binding folded at the corner. Lindsey did an excellent job stitching close to the edge nearest the design to give the quilt a finished look.
Voila! A beautiful 'convenience' quilt done in about 5 hours. Jackson gives his pose of approval. I'm so grateful to Lindsey and Melissa for showing how my fabric panel can be made into a beautiful baby quilt!