Sorry about the next picture's flash back, but since the camera was close to the subject it is showing up all washed out. I wanted you to see the corner up close.
Then I rolled the foundation FORWARD and did a running whip stitch using inexpensive thick crochet thread to hold the roll in place. There is no cord inside as the 1 1/2" foundation rolled makes it quite substantial. Although it is double work, I find it much easier to whip stitch the edge when it is confined and not fighting to control both the shape of the roll but the wool yarn.
Now to the wool yarn ~ I'm using Halcyon yarn and started whipping at the corner. Hate hooking the corners because it requires more attention to be sure the area of the curve is covered so sometimes I whip in the same hole (toward the rug) sometimes I move the needle up toward the top to cover an area which shows foundation. You get a feel for what it needs or if over done. Sometimes I've even removed a spot of whipping to make it nicer. Once that corner is turned it is smooth sailing until you get to the next 3 corners.
This is the front top left. Again sorry for the flash back.
And that same corner on the back side.Tomorrow afternoon I have a doctor's appointment so I've got a little something to keep me entertained during the waiting room process. This is when binding a rug becomes more enjoyable ~ when I need something constructive to do during the boring doctor wait.
Have a great evening everyone.