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Thread: joining binding ends

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    joining binding ends

    I really like this way of doing it. Works for me.

    http://completelyblocked.wordpress.c...-binding-ends/


    ·What does a clock do when it's hungry? It goes back four seconds.

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    Thank you! That is so clear!

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    That's the way I do it. Lays nice and flat doesn't it?
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    That is the same way Shelley aka Pirate Rogers (sp?) has posted too. Great results.

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    I will have to try it on the next quilt! Thanks
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    that is clever and a lot more accurate than my "hope i got it right" method LOL!

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    Thanks for posting!

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    Thank you so much. This is one of the most clear explanations that I have ever seen on binding. I always dread this small part of the binding. Now, I have a better picture of the steps and hope to be more successful.

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    I've used Pirate's methods on most things for years.....Isn't she wonderful???

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    First time I did it I was so afraid to CUT the binding fabric for fear it would come out short.
    P.S. be sure to check that it is NOT twisted. before you sew it together.


    ·What does a clock do when it's hungry? It goes back four seconds.

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