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    Three cheers for everyone here, newbie to pro, lady or gent, local to far away, sharing or lurking, teacher to student who are friends to all, generous of spirit and always complimentary. Paraphrasing a song Louis Armstrong sang...What a Wonderful Board! (world) Thanks for the time you spend reading, sharing and yes, moderating. Everyone here is SEW SPECIAL! Cheer! Cheer! Cheer!

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    I can wrap this all in one...YOU..all of you out there that have made this so special a place for us all..It's the members that make this so great..

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    I love all you said and I agree, this is an amazing place and I love all the ideas I get here
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    I too am thankful this board is here! I learned about so much; latest being Wonder Clips. With arthritis getting worse, pinning was becoming a huge problem. Not any more! Those clips are heaven sent. Keep on passing on tips and ideas everyone! I need you input more than you can imagine. Thank you all!

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    ditto for me. i have learned so much from this board. WHAT, WE DON'T HAVE TO IRON OUR BINDING BEFORE WE PUT IT ON? NEVER HEARD THAT ONE. what do you do, just fold it in half?
    and have never caught about the elmers glue to layer with. elmer's stick glue i use to make points, and melons, etc. like it better than ironing the edges to freezer paper.

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    Well said, carslo QB member are great!

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    I'm with sewNso. Can someone elaborate on how to put on binding without ironing first?
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carslo View Post
    I have been reading about this one but just haven't taken the bull by the horns to try it. Do you like it?
    yes it really works
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    I would like to send one big "DITTO" for each and every comment!
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    So when I put on my binding without sewing I do it as follows: I cut the required pieces and sew them together. I leave 12 inches unsewn in the beginning (it is needed for the ending method I was taught) then I just fold it in half and then I start to sew it on with a 1/4 inch seam, I sew about 8 inches and then reposition the edges together and keep going. Easy peasy!
    A bed without a quilt is like the night sky without stars.

    http://californiaquilting.blogspot.com/

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