Do you struggle with connecting binding ends so that the final length of binding lays flat and smooth against the quilt? There’s a tool that makes connecting those ends foolproof. No more needing to rip out and try again when that stretch of binding ends up being a bit too long, or heaven forbid, too short.
This tends to be an awkward maneuver anyway, so anything that helps get it right the first time can save on frustration as well as time. The Binding Tool makes the process practically foolproof. Instructions are printed right on the tool so you’ll always be able to find them.
In the following video, Jenny from the Missouri Star Quilt Co. shows how the tool is used. It works with any standard width of binding (except super wide). Just follow your preferred process for cutting and attaching the binding.
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