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Thread: quilt binding

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    Can anyone tell me how to mitre a quilt binding when you flip the backing to the front for the binding.

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    Do you mean the backing also serves as binding on the front? If so, tell me your email address and I'll send you instructions.

    If you mean attaching a separate binding to the back, then folding to the front, there are several different methods out there.

    URL: http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/shows_qlt/article/0,1805,HGTV_3876_3178320,00.html

    Or Google-search on "mitered binding on quilts". I've lost count of the different number of methods. Experiment until you find the one that works best for you.

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    thank you for your response. to bring the binding from the back to the front . but I wanted to know how to miter the corners if you can help me.
    Bea

    PS: I meant miter the corners by bring the binding to the front.

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    thank you for your response. o bring the binding from the back to the fron but I wanted to know how to miter the cornersif yu can help me.
    Bea

    Yes ,the backing also serves as the binding on the front. My e-mail is browden1@sbcglobal.net
    What is yours so I won't delete it?

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    Sorry this took so long. Hope I didn't make it sound too complicated. It's actually very easy to do.
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    Patrice, thank you so much. This is just what I needed.Your instructions are quite clear.and I appreciate your trouble getting the information for me.
    Thanks again,
    Bea

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