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Thread: Wow, must see this

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    Super Member feffertim's Avatar
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    I watched a tutorial yesterday called 'ladder stitch for binding'. I was so impressed that I tried it today on a quilt I was finishing up and it is amazing. I never really liked the look of my hand stitched binding on the back of my quilt, but this tip is fabulous. Please watch it, you will be so glad you did. You need to scroll down to the second set of pictures to really understand the concept, but it is so easy to do.

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    Is there a link?

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    hmmmm .. any chance you can post the link.. ?

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    this is what I use & I agree - easy is as easy does

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    This is how I was taught many years ago by my grandma!! Old things do roll back around.:)

    This is the tute I found. Not sure if this is the one she was referring to but it shows how it is done.

    http://turningturning.com/tutorial-i...quilt-binding/

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    What is the link? I would love to check it out.

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    Thanks!

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    Super Member feffertim's Avatar
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    If you go to the home page, then to tutorials, you should find it, I think it's on the second page. I don't know how to send a link to a tute on this site

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    That's the only way I've ever done it...you mean there is another way?

    Diannia

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