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Thread: A picture tutorial on joining binding

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    A picture tutorial on joining binding

    I found this website by browsing on Pinterest. I join my binding in a similar way. I am going to try this on my next quilt. I am a visual learner and having pictures is a blessing for me.

    http://fabricfun-everythingquilts.bl...al-part-1.html
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    That is absolutely perfect – thanks for sharing!
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    I love this method!!!!

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    Thank you for this! A picture is worth a thousand words!!!!!

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    This is great!!! THANKS for sharing.

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    Thanks for the link. I have problems getting the corners perfect.
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    Sometimes a visual is the perfect thing !! Some of us do have quilters block !LOL when it comes to things (I know I had it yesterday-had to refer to the internet on how to !LOL), gotta be the age .. LOL
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    Thanks for sharing!

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    great visual... thank you for posting the link.

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    Thank You. This tutorial with clear pics. really explains it. I have been trying to figure this out for ever. Looks easy now.
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    Thanks for the link, pictures do help!

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    That is an awesome tute!!! Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Red face Binding Tute

    Quote Originally Posted by SherriB View Post
    I found this website by browsing on Pinterest. I join my binding in a similar way. I am going to try this on my next quilt. I am a visual learner and having pictures is a blessing for me.

    http://fabricfun-everythingquilts.bl...al-part-1.html
    That was a great tute. I'm going to try this method out on my next quilt. I struggle to remember how to do it every time I bind a quilt. Thanks for sharing.
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    This is a much easier way than the way I was doing it. Many thanks for sharing this.

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    Thanks for the info! It's great

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