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Thread: Tutorial for binding inside corners?

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    I do a decent job on binding outside square corners.

    I don't have a clue on how to bind inside corners.

    Is there a tutorial for doing this? (I'm sure there is - I just haven't found it yet.)

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    What is an inside corner bearisgray?

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    I just looked at another topic, and I see what an inside corner is... Oh My!!! I would love to see a tute on this too :D:D:D

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    They are actually easier than outside mitered corners!
    http://ankastreasures.wordpress.com/...e-your-skills/

    Step by step with awesome pictures (always a plus)
    Great blog too!

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    Thanks for the links. I didn't know the "official" way to do this. I just kindof muddled through on a table runner and forced them into submission. I actually, mostly, did it the right way.

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    Thank you for the links :D:D:D Though seeing her "cut" into the quilt did make me cringe and gasp out loud :shock: :lol: I will have to try a table runner pattern to use this technique on :D:D:D

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    Thank you.

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    I would love a tute too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Thank you for the links :D:D:D Though seeing her "cut" into the quilt did make me cringe and gasp out loud :shock: :lol: I will have to try a table runner pattern to use this technique on :D:D:D
    It might be a bit safer to do a stay-stitching line (tiny stitches) 1/4" from the edge before snipping the quilt; then cut just exactly to the stitching. I would also need to draw a line exactly where I need to cut ... I've learned over the years (of mistakes & repairs) to take all possible precautions/safety measures.

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    Thanks for the links. ankatreasures has some beautiful quilts. And the step by step pictures are awesome.

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