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Quilt Binding Part 2: Attaching Your Binding

By: Holly from Bijou Lovely
Quilt Binding Part 2: Attaching Your Binding
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With Quilt Binding Part 2: Attaching Your Binding, you can now use the quilt binding you've created to create a simple border for your latest quilt pattern. This quilting tutorial shows you how to sew binding on a quilt front so that your binding will look even and straight. Quilters of all skill levels can benefit from these tips for quilt binding, as well as the slightly quicker method used to bind a quilt that's included.

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Beginner

For more quilt binding basics, see Quilt Binding Part 1: Straight Grain Binding.

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