• How to Bind a Quilt

    "Discover Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Putting Binding on Your Quilts"

    There are a lot of great books about quilting, but none of them seem to dedicate enough pages to quilt binding.

    It seems like those who know how to put a binding on a quilt don't seem to think it's important to share this knowledge. As a result, we see 1000-page quilting books than only dedicate a couple of pages to binding, as if that is enough.

    A lot of experienced quilters think that knowing how to put binding on a quilt is important, so I decided to present to you a book that explains everything there is to know about quilt binding. This book is completely dedicated to binding and nothing else.

    I decided to call it simply:
    "How to Bind a Quilt. -- The most detailed, illustrated guide for quilt binding."

    And today, I want you to download your copy of this book so you can discover everything there is to know about binding.

    You will be able to create:

    • straight grain binding tape
    • bias grain binding tape
    • single-fold binding tape
    • double-fold binding tape

    So you will know how to make any combination like bias grain double-fold binding, or single-fold straight grain binding.

    "How to Bind a Quilt" doesn't use complicated and messy graphs. Everything is illustrated with real pictures so you can see exactly how to perform each and every step.

    And do you know how detailed this e-book is? Well, if a picture says a thousand words, then take a look at the picture below.

    Here, I'm showing where to put a stop pin when making a mitered corner. That is such a tiny detail, yet I didn't neglect to include it while compiling the e-book.

    And here, I'm showing how a mitered corner of a binding should be secured with pins.

    The point I'm trying to make is not about the pins, but about the amount of detailed information and specifics "How to Bind a Quilt" offers.

    Most manuals describe how to do binding in 5 steps and use some unreadable sketches, but in "How to Bind a Quilt" you will find over 120 pages with over 250 real pictures that show each and every step in great detail. You will know everything there is to know about quilt binding. Just think of the stop pin -- what level of detail it shows!

    As I mentioned above, aside from standard binding techniques, this book dedicates a section that explains how to make prairie points. In case your are not familiar, here is an example.

    How would you like to learn to make edges like that? You'll find a way to do so without having to cut dozens of separate squares. What I show is much better than the "usual" technique taught by instructors.

    I based my e-book on numerous questions asked by my quilting newsletter subscribers, who are mostly quilting beginners. So the book is prepared with a beginner in mind. I tried to make it as simple as possible, but at the same time include enough information to "wow" even an expert quilter.

    Here is a screenshot of the page 95 of the book (it shows one of the steps for making scalloped edges). This is the level of detail you are getting.

    And did I say it's an e-book?

    That's right! There is no shipping cost and you get it immediately. You can view it on your computer or print it out in just few minutes from now.

    Order my e-book today for only $24.95, instant download (even if it's the middle of the night).

    And remember, proceeds from the sales go to help run the Quilted Paradise newsletter, and the QuiltingBoard.com message board. So you will not only be learning new techniques, but you will also be helping out a great quilting community.
    Order How to Bind a Quilt on a secure server and download instantly for only $24.95!

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    Just something to consider: If you go to a quilting instructor for a series of lessons on quilt binding, you will have to pay for at least 5 hours, and most likely you will end up paying for around 7 hours. If an instructor charges you $20 per hour (a good one charges more) and you study for 5 to 7 hours, then you will pay anywhere from $100 to $140 to learn different ways to bind a quilt!

    Why pay over $100 if you can acquire the same exact skills by studying with my $24.95 book? And best of all, you can study in a relaxed setting, at your own pace.

    Also, if you pay an instructor and at the end of your study, you are not satisfied with the way she taught you -- do you think you'll be able to get your money back? I don't think so!

    I, on the other hand, guarantee that you will love my e-book or I don't want your money! If you don't like the book for whatever reason, then contact me and I'll refund your money without any questions.


    Konstantin Goudkov,
    [email protected]

    P.S. If you need any help with your order or if you have any questions then don't hesitate to contact me.

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