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Thread: Quick Machine Binding with Flange

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    Thanks...I Will Try this...
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    Thanks!

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    Nice! Thanks for the post!

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    Great tutorial, looks like I will certainly experiment with this technique. Thank you for sharing!

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    Thanks for the tute on binding I sure need help in this area and will give this a try.

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    Wow that is great ! thank you ! working on 2 Christmas Quilts I will try this !!!!

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    Looks great...thanks Charismah.

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    Thanks for sharing. It makes it look like you have added piping but done without the extra work piping takes!

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    Sounds like a great time saver and I love the accent flange! You could even put a piece of cording in and it would look like piping. Great idea and I'll definitely use it on my next project. Thanks.

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    Thats a fantastic idea Charisma! Thanks for sharing it!

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