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Thread: Small quilts -- binding idea

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    I have seen this done with larger yarns/fibers as well. It does NOT give you a clean finished edge, so if raw edges bother you , this is not the finish you want!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok View Post
    I have seen this done with larger yarns/fibers as well. It does NOT give you a clean finished edge, so if raw edges bother you , this is not the finish you want!
    I agree Jacquie, this would only be for very small items that will receive no stress and never be washed. I don't mind binding at all, but I thought that this was a new way of looking at something -- it sort of stimulates the imagination.
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    I wonder how well it holds up?

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    Very different. Thanks sew much for sharing the link.

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