Thank you for your help and for your wonderful blog! iron binding in half... wrong sides together. All rights reserved. Just popping over from Adventures of the Singing Quilter . Now I know to mark the line on the nmarked part of the binding, then cutting! Thanks so much for sharing. Thank you so much for this! The extra width might make the binding extend a bit farther onto the quilt back when it's time to stitch it in place, but that's a much better scenario than not having quite enough to cover the seam used to secure it to the quilt sandwich. Thanks Julie! Do you like the look? {bias will make the binding last longer over time}, either way.. piece your strips together on a 45 degree angle. I wish there was a clearer picture where you say "put the ends together and pin" because I can't tell if the right piece is upside down or not, and that's the trickiest part for me. I'll definitely try it on my next project! We hope you enjoy! To self: measure twice, cut once! Crosswise grain quilt binding strips are a good choice for most quilts. Thanks for the Tutorial i still not as yet full mastered it but am getting better with each one i do now to the cutting the binding & making it still have to do that lolHappy New YearHugs Janice. I am with you, I make mine 2.25 as well. It's made from the same quality fabrics they produce on the bolt. Never have been able to make the bias join work out nice and flat for me. It looks so pretty and seamless. Thank you for this tutorial. Thank you thank you thank you thank you!!!! & then iron the binding back in half onto the quilt. Thank you so much for your binding tutorials! so all my quilts sit unfinished and raveling. sew with 1/4" seam allowance removing pins as you go. Bias binding is somewhat stretchy, making it a good choice for quilts with tight curves and deep angles on their perimeter. 2021 is fast approaching & I'm getting excited for the Nebula Block of the Month to kickoff in January! Using the strip width determined earlier, ​cut strips from selvage to selvage until you've cut enough fabric to surpass the required length. Quilt binding can be constructed from a fabric that's already been used in the design, or with any other fabric that works with the layout. I have so much trouble with bindings this will help thanks.... Yikes! Binding keeps the edges intact and can add another element to the quilt's design. I cut a scant 2.5" beyond this fold (or the width you cut your strips; I trim a 1/4" beyond the raw edge therefore the 2.5" strips). And I have to admit that last night was one of the two times I have done this. The last chance to sign up for the Journey to Nebula sew along is here. That problem is now solved. © 2009-2019 Julie R. Herman. Basics Post #2 - Bias Binding. I use to do my quilt a different way. Perfect Binding Tutorial - {quilting basics tutorial series}. Just linked up to you from my blog! Love the tutorial! The extra layer offers protection from wear. Thank you so much in showing how to do the binding. that will provide you with the 1/4" seam allowance needed on each piece. Thanks for the tutorial, this will really help. In this quilt binding tutorial, I'll show you how to sew the binding on a quilt completely with your sewing machine.Many quilters like to sew the binding by hand, but I prefer to use my sewing machine. I love this method and always use it! Can't wait to try. Thanks again! till you get 12" away from where you started. I can read but it was not making any sense to me. Very good instructions. Thank you so much for this tute! Hi Julie - I linked to your binding tutorial today on a mug rug tutorial today as it's such a good one there seems little point in doing one myself!


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