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Thread: Easier way to make Diagonal Bindings

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    Thanks for the easy to follow tutorial. I'm going to bookmark this so I will have it handy to refer to whan I get ready to do my strip quilt.

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    Thank you!

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    Do mine that way all the time.

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    Thanks for the tutorial. What looked to be so simple always had me re-sewing because I didn't get the diagonal right. Now I have good steps to follow rather than eye-balling it.

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    Thanks for the great tips!

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    Thanks so much, this simplified that. I am always setting them up wrong.

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    thanks for sharing will try this for sure

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    Good idea...thanks!...but that blue line on your machine - it's enough to make me faint.

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    How COOL!!!!!

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    definately gonna do mine this way

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    Wonderful! Thanks for sharing with us!

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    Very sneaky! I like it - a ton better than my current laborious method. Thanks for the help.

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    Great tip. Thanks

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    Just saw this. Very cool! Thanks for sharing
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    Great tip. Thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nstitchs View Post
    I suggest using painters tape because if left on too long, masking tape leaves an awful mess to get off.
    This is the way I do mine also, the masking tape is really a mess.
    GrannyQ

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    Thanks so much !!!!!
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    I have been using this technique for some time now and it makes this piecing so much easier and less tedious. Good tip.

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