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Thread: Double-mitered binding

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    Senior Member jarenie's Avatar
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    Looks great I will have to try this

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    I definitely will try that next time. Thanks!

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    Thanks lots. I will print the pdf file and give it a try with my next binding.
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    Thank you so much for posting this. I never have liked hand sewing the miter; this makes the miter look a lot better to me.
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    I do nearly all of my binding using a method very much like this one.

    Using the "X" marking will save me steps.

    Thanks very much for sharing this.
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    Thanks for sharing.

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    i really like the way that loo! thanks, nell, definitely worth trying!
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    This is how I do it, but I use the corner of my ruler to draw that little triangle. When I did the continuous binding I was redoing that part where I would join it over and over.

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    Thank you so very much for sharing

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    Wonderful tutorial..Thanks..I will have to try it
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