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Not all of your quilt borders have to be straight and pointed. With this tutorial for Adding Scalloped Binding to Your Quilt, you'll learn how to bind a quilt to create a consistently rounded border on the edge of your quilt. Scalloped binding looks soft and whimsical, and will make the perfect binding for quilts like baby quilt patterns, seasonal quilt designs, and more. If you want to move past conventional quilt binding to improve your skills, these quilt binding directions should be where you look first.
You don't have to resort to pre-made bias binding for your next quilted project! This wonderful quilting tutorial allows you to make patterned bias tape using either a bias tape tool or bias tape machine. Part 1 outlines how to cut bias binding.
Bias Tape Part 2: Machine Method shows you how to make bias tape using a double fold bias tape maker. Using this quilting tutorial, you can make patterned bias tape to match your quilts and sewing projects instead of using store-bought bias tape!
Bias Tape Part 3: Hand Tool Method provides instructions on how to make bias tape using a bias tape tool. Use this simple and economical method to make continuous bias binding for a quilt or patterned bias tape to match your sewing projects!
Whether you've made patterned bias tape using a double fold bias tape maker or a bias tape tool, this tutorial will give you tips for quilt binding using homemade bias tape. Method 1 works best for small items and Method 2 is best for thicker quilts.
This quilt binding tutorial will explain how to bind quilts using a longarm quilting machine. If you are already quilting on a longarm, binding a quilt with a longarm machine saves time rearranging the quilt to fit under a domestic machine.
Do you know what to do once you've finished your latest wall hanging? If you're stuck, just look at this tutorial for Binding and Hanging a Mini Quilt. You won't have to worry about damaging your wall quilts or your walls if you follow these quilt binding directions. This easy quilting technique will really come in handy throughout the year. Any time you decide to make a new wallhanging quilt pattern, have this quilt binding tutorial handy and your latest mini quilt will be on your wall in no time.
Have you ever wondered how some quilters have been able to match their quilt binding to the patterns in their quilts? Just follow the steps in this tutorial on how to Customize Your Quilt Binding and you'll be able to add impressive new details to your quilt binding. After you've learned how to customize your quilt binding, you'll have gained a new skill that you can apply to any one of your future quilt patterns.
Add interest and dimension to your next quilt with this alternative binding method. Instead of sewing a double-fold binding onto your quilt, encase a length of cording inside bias tape and use it to trim your quilt. This gives your quilt a three-dimensional piping all around the edges.
Learn how to make bias binding with this quilt binding tutorial. How to Make Quick Bias Binding shows you a fast method for creating bias binding out of a striped fabric. The resulting bias binding will be cut in strips with diagonal edges that are easy to join.