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Instead, try our Quick Tip: nine, simple steps to a clean finished corner. This sample was made for a napkin project, but you can use it anytime you need a narrow hemmed corner. Along all edges, turn right side under 1/4" and press well.Turn another 1/4" all around and press well.Unfold both 1/4" turns so your fabric lays flat. You should be able to see the fold lines of both turns. Tags: quicktip Section: Sewing Tips & Tricks Related Articles.