This Binding is Super Easy

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No More Binding Strips Means an Extra Quick Finish!

Many quilters get bogged down when it’s time to bind their quilt. Stitching the binding ends together so everything fits well is a bit tricky.





And, if the quilt is large, it can be a challenge to get the binding sewn on smoothly while dealing with the bulk of the quilt.

Self-Binding Tutorial

Quilt and Self-Binding Tutorial from SusieDDesigns’ Space to Sew & Craft.

In the following video Kimberly of Fat Quarter Shop shows us how to create a binding from the backing of the quilt. A self-binding is a super quick and easy way to finish a quilt and it looks great too.

The potholders she’s using in the demo are from Lori Holt’s “Farm Girl Vintage” book.

 

 

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