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Thread: Flanged Binding

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    I'm so glad you posted this just now! I'm making a raffle quilt for our high school baseball team, and want it to be sturdy enough to go to the ball park so I didn't want a hand finished binding. And I didn't think the pin stitch would look right on the quilt. This is the perfect solution! I have done it before, but had forgotten. Thanks for the reminder and the great tutorial. And I love your witch!

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    Thanks for posting the tutorial. I wanted to do this last spring on the quilt for my daughter's graduation gift but couldn't quite figure it out. Your quilt is so cute and the flange really makes it special.

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    Thank you so much for this tutorial. Your instructions, and illustrating photos are just excellent. I cannot wait to try this method. I do believe you have shown me the method I can use to finish the binding with machine stitching.

    amh
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    clever..Just love it

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    thanks for the tutorial. Sure can make a machine done binding look great

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    A really good tutorial with very helpful photos. Many thanks for taking the time.
    Annie

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    Great tutorial and appreciate the photos at each step...seems easy to do and adds that something "extra" to the finished look. Thank you!
    Creative clutter is better than idle neatness.

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    love it thank you
    we can make our plans but the out come is in god,s hands nellie diaz

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    Great tutorial--thanks!!

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    Thanks for the reminder on how to do a flange. I forgot how very simple it is to do one. Love your witchy quilt too!

    Kat

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