Back in the 70s many of us were garment sewing
when you could make clothing for roughly 1/3 the cost of store bought clothes.
That was before fabric prices went sky high.
Nancy Zeiman in Sewing with Nancy on PBS came up with the idea of
"wrapped corners" for collars and lapels.
I have long since used that method a lot for any corner that needs to be turned.
This method of turning the fabric on the previous stitch line and stitching over it,
makes great corners.
I'm really going to miss Nancy Zeiman who seemed to be a very humble person.
I hope somehow her friends that frequently appeared on her show,
continue with her show?