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Thread: Thank you PaperPrincess..

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    Thank you PaperPrincess..

    Another binding question.. thread on 2/19. Your explaination on how you do binding was just what I needed. Not sure why, but once I read it, the light bulb lit up I have now in a matter of three days, put binding on 5 UFO's that had been lurking in the closet. So anyone else that might need help with a easy way to bind a quilt, check it out. So thank you again.

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    this is a link to the referenced post http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...ml#post5871946
    Nancy in western NY
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    You are welcome. Glad the technique worked for you! Ironing the binding after it's attached to the quilt sounds like it would take a long time, but it really doesn't and it lays so smoothly for the final stitching.
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