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Thread: Continuous bias binding

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    Super Member IBQUILTIN's Avatar
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    I just know that somewhere I saw a video tutorial on making bias binding. where you make a tube and cut it somehow to make the continuous line, Does anybody have a link or know if it is on this board and where I should look? thanx, i am trying to make on for Lorraine's garden quilt, and hate to resort to straight cut binding

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    Have you tried youtube? That were I always try first.

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    Is this what you are looking for
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5D7pIMYkVBw

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    I have a few different ones on my blog...here is the one I was thinking of http://www.bhg.com/videos/m/32762786...ible-joins.htm
    Quote Originally Posted by IBQUILTIN
    I just know that somewhere I saw a video tutorial on making bias binding. where you make a tube and cut it somehow to make the continuous line, Does anybody have a link or know if it is on this board and where I should look? thanx, i am trying to make on for Lorraine's garden quilt, and hate to resort to straight cut binding

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    Here's the continuous bias method I usually use:
    http://pir8.freeservers.com/quilting/CBT/index.htm

    It's not a video, but the diagrams are clear. :)

    Here's the same method, drawn a little better:
    http://quilting.about.com/od/binding...g_strips_5.htm

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    Super Member IBQUILTIN's Avatar
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    Pollyparrot, that is exactly the tutorial I was looking for. Its still a bit confusing for me,but, I will just have to hold the tute next to my piece of muslin practice piece till I get it right. I can do this. i can do this, I CAN do this, I can DO this, I can do THIS. Ok, now I'm ready. Thanx for the link

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