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Originally Posted by woody
this might help
Originally Posted by Arleners
Billie Lauder is famous for using this technique. I just googled her and got this link to a website with a lot of her videos. One of them is about Big Stitch quilting.
Originally Posted by annthreecats
I agree with Holice. It sounds like the problem is the way the corners are being made. Here is a video on how to make the mitered corners that may help. I haven't watched the entire thing so I'm not sure if it shows the corners being turned, but if the corners are sewn correctly they turn very easily when you are ready to sew the other side of the binding. Hope this helps.
Originally Posted by myboys
This blog has excellent information on how to applique and you can sew it down by hand or machine
Originally Posted by AndiR
If you travel to quilting classes or retreats, you have probably run into the problem of being ready to pack up and leave and your iron is still hot. I recently finished this fast, fun, cute project that solves that problem!
It's called a Caddy Pad Ironing Caddy, and it's lined with heat resistant fabric. There is also a layer of insulated batting in it, and when you unfold it it lays flat so you can use it as a pressing surface! It really didn't take long to make and I think it
Originally Posted by lalaland
You might try this method in the future. It solves the problem of catching the binding on both sides.
Originally Posted by KerryK
Here are some links that might be of help:
Seems there are several different approaches to this method. It's something I want to try myself!
Originally Posted by Up North
Bayside quilting has the fun and done method.
Originally Posted by Sue Fish
I was just going thru some of the little gifts I have been making and putting aside for when I need something..I made these little criss cross coasters from a tutorial I found on line
they are so fast and easy and good way to use up small pieces of fabrics
Originally Posted by Krisb
Here's some instructions I found on the web.