They Go Smoothly with These Tips!
Some of our favorite table runners and toppers have inside corners, which sometimes makes them a tad intimidating. Binding those corners can be a bit tricky the first time around.
However, the binding goes on quickly and neatly with a few tricks. Julie Cefalu from The Crafty Quilter has put together an excellent tutorial showing you how to get smooth, neat inside corners.
This process works well with regular straight grain binding, although bias binding works even more nicely.
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