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Thread: Double-mitered binding

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    What a good idea. Thank you for sharing.
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    Thanks for sharing. I have seen them done so many ways. I will try this on my elephant wall hanging tonight.

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    This is very interesting. I did a quilt where I would have liked the binding to change color at the corners but didn't know how to do that. This technique would have worked. Thanks!
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    Going to rip out the binding on my hexagons and try this. Thank you for sharing this.

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    Thank you for the your time that you took to make this tutorial. I will have to try it.

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    Thanks for this. I will have to try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    I can't use adobe flash with my current antivirus but it sounds like you learned some valuable things in your class.
    I have not but the gals in class discussed that they could use it for other angles. One said she used it on a hexagon which means you would have more strips to start with.

    This is also a great method if you want different fabrics for the bindings on each side.
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    Thanks... that was interesting and informative.

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    thanks a gazillion, Mad.
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    Thank you for sharing.!

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