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Thread: Cathedral Window rolled type binding

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    Love that binding idea! Is it a bias binding? How wide did you cut your strips? Great finish for those "cathedral" style blocks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dilyn View Post
    When I posted my ‘Pinklet’ quilt yesterday I received several requests for a tutorial on the technique I used for my binding. I had some quilting practice pieces leftover from another quilt. I had used it to play with stitch length and tension so it’s not very pretty but it worked for this purpose. Come to think of it, I will probably use it as a large mug rug at my desk. Please let me know if you have any questions.
    That's a nice way to bind...never seen that before. Thanks for sharing.

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    Your scalloped binding looks very interesting. I will have to give it a try and thanks for posting the great tutorial. I went to look for it after seeing your quilt in pictures.

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    Just found this tute - Glad I did too!! Its great - I printed it out for my binder so I would have it - Such a great way to finish a quilt!!! Thanks
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    Thanks for converting your tutorial into a PDF. Much appreciated.
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    I love this! Thank you so much for showing it!!
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    It makes a lovely frame for your quilt. I was curious about the type of fabric you used for binding, it looked fuzzy, like it was a knit or polyester?

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    It was quilting cottons cut on the bias to give it the roll.

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    Fabulous tute! Thank you so much for the time and energy you put into this very easy toot to follow!
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    Wow, thank you so much! That is an excellent tute that I have bookmarked! Your pictures are great!
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