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Thread: Okay this may seem like a dumb question

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    Quote Originally Posted by omak
    Quote Originally Posted by henryparrish76
    Quote Originally Posted by purplemem
    I use it to bind my quilts. If you have all colors the same width, use it just like a scrappy binding. That is so cool, I wish I had a friend like that! :D :mrgreen:
    I thought it was nice of her. I just had to find out what you use it for....hehe :)
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    What a TERRIFIC idea! I was at a garage sale one year and found a shoe box FULL of this stuff ... as a hunter/gatherer, (hoarder ) I couldn't pass up the great deal, but the binding hasn't been disappearing any too quickly. It will now - - if I can remember where I put it
    Thanks for posing the question and the suggestions. Such creative minds and hands on this list. !!!
    yes there are creative minds and hands on this board. :)

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    I use binding when I make all my aprons.

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    You could also use it as piping under your regular binding. Just place it at the edge of the quilt under your regular binding.

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    Cool :)

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    I use it to bind my quilts and tablerunners and pot holders i just brought some last night for a tablerunner good stuff

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    What about using it on pillow cases?

    Barb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitching4Fun
    What about using it on pillow cases?

    Barb
    hmmm sounds like a good idea :)

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    You can also use it for mini mini quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darlene
    You can also use it for mini mini quilts.
    cool

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    You could use it like piping in an inner border.

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