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Thread: BIAS BINDING BY A PROFESSIONAL

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    Here's a site with free tutortials. The bias binding video has some very good tips.

    http://sharonschambernetwork.com/free_area/videos/perfect_curved/part2.html

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    Wow! I am downloading several of the videos this evening! Thanks for posting this site!

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    Thanks for posting this - I used this tonight to make some bias binding for the quilt I am making! I would have been a bit lost without it!

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    Excellent site!! Thank you so much for posting this! :D

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    YOU ARE ALL MORE THAN WELCOME. We love to share information or helpful hints.

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    One question.....where do I get the tip for the Elmer's glue bottle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lfw045
    One question.....where do I get the tip for the Elmer's glue bottle?
    You have to buy it from Sharon Shamber..

    She and her daughter have bought up the entire market on these things and sell them on their web site..

    She uses glue in a lot of her techinques, but I really love the traditional method the best and get the best results that way.

    I know and love Sharon, but her techniques are too fussy for me.. more like crafting than quilting

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    Well, that just goes to show you that everything changes...

    Great research work

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    Thanks for the link Jackie.
    I used this method for my Fish in the Oven mitt & it was an excellent learning experience.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/15266.page

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