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Thread: Quick Machine Binding with Flange

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    Talk about good timing. I had just decided to see if I could find info on this and bless your heart, you put this on the board just when I needed it. Thanks!!!

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    Thanks for the nice tutorial. Our charity group at my guild has taught people to do this and it sure makes fast work out of bindings.

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    Beautiful. Thanks!

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    I have done this twice now and I LOVE IT!!! Thank you.

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    Thaaaaaaaaaaaanks so much for this

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    I practiced this today using scraps and a practice quilting square. It worked great! I kept checking to see which strip was cut wider--it's counter intuitive, but works just like directions say. The mitering worked well, too. Thanks, Charisma, for sharing this beautiful technique. I'll use it on my next quilt!

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    Another exciting way! Thank you for sharing!!!
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    I have tried this previously, but was unsuccessful. I do believe that I'll give it another try. Your instructions are very clear. Thank you for sharing.
    Aileen
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    Thank you! This looks awesome.

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    I just did this! Loved it. I have to learn to keep my stitches straight, but that is my problem. The technique is wonderful.
    Alyce

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