If you’re looking for a way to give your room a new look, you can consider building a corner shelf. These shelves can re-brand a space without rearranging the room’s furniture and taking up a lot of valuable floor space.
There are many different options for this type of shelving, including hanging shelves and shelf units with built-in drawers. The key to choosing the right one is to think carefully about how the unit will be used, as well as the room’s decor and style.
Rounded corners in Photoshop CC
In recent versions of Photoshop, you can add rounded corners to your images by using layers. This is a great option for images that don’t have any existing rounded corners, such as an image with a logo or something like that.
The process of creating this rounded corner is quite easy, and can be done in just a few steps. First, you need to open your image in the paint bucket or the layer panel.
Once you’ve selected your image, select the layer in the canvas or layers panel and then navigate to Design > Corner Radius.
When you select the shape to update, four fields will appear below the corner radius setting, which you can use to enter a pixel value or increase or decrease by scrubbing the field.
You can also click the ‘Edit object’ button to enter vector edit mode and adjust a single shape.
Make a corner by yourself
If you’re a quilter, there are several ways to make a corner by yourself. The easiest way is to make a corner triangle (also known as a ‘corner square’ or ‘corner rectangle’).
To make a corner triangle, start with a piece of fabric that has a desired square size. Place a 45 degree ruler line on the edge of the square and then draw a diagonal line from corner to corner.
Another way to make a corner is to make undercuts on the fabric. This is especially useful when cutting large pieces of fabric that may need to be folded over.
The most common method for making these undercuts is to use a rotary cutter. You can also use a jigsaw or circular saw.
When you use a tool like this, it’s best to keep the cutting line as smooth as possible. To achieve this, you should avoid dragging the blade as it cuts through the fabric.
You can also use a sharpening wheel on the rotary cutter to help you cut cleanly. Then, once the fabric is finished cutting, you can trim it to make a smooth curve.
This is an excellent way to make a corner by yourself, and it’s really simple! You can even practice it before you try it in your project!
Adding a corner to a quilt
It’s not difficult to add a corner to a quilt, but it is important to do so properly. If your corner isn’t smooth, you can end up with a quilt that has obvious stitching errors. To avoid this, follow the tips in our quilt tutorial on how to sew a quilt’s corners.