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Binding For Babies

Today, I'm presenting to you a short tutorial written by Michele Lancaster. If you frequent the message board, then you undoubtedly know her. In addition to releasing this tutorial in the newsletter, I'm also attaching it as a PDF file which you can download for easier copying and/or printing.

Michele released it as a mini e-book. So if you've never downloaded an e-book before, here is a way for you to get the feel of what an e-book is. Here is the direct link to the PDF file download: binding_for_babies.pdf


Binding For Babies
By Michele Lancaster

I am the worst procrastinator (or baby) when it comes to binding my quilts. This final step is really very easy and the result is a finished quilt you can use. It's a no-brainer! Perhaps by sharing my simple methods I will inspire myself to get some bindings done.

STEP ONE


Dust off the quilts that came back from the longarmer when your teens were toddlers. Remark to yourself that the fabric in some of those quilts MUST have been on sale. I only have three quilt hangers, so you are viewing just a...



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