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Thread: Flanged Binding

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    A really good tutorial with very helpful photos. Many thanks for taking the time.
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    Great tutorial and appreciate the photos at each step...seems easy to do and adds that something "extra" to the finished look. Thank you!
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    love it thank you
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    Great tutorial--thanks!!

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    Thanks for the reminder on how to do a flange. I forgot how very simple it is to do one. Love your witchy quilt too!

    Kat

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    Fast forward to 9/17/13. I'm so glad this topic came up. I have always wondered what that look was. You have made is look so uncomplicated. Thanks for a great tute.
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    what a great tutorial. thanks so much.

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial and the pattern info!! I lost my notes with the name of pattern and need it for my DD!

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    Ooooh! I like that!
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    Wow that was awesome, thank you
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    Love the look, can't wait to try it.

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    I have heard of this, and now I know how to do it! Thank you

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    Ah ha! Thanks for the name to find it on if I need it again.

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    Flange Binding on Utube

    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    Ah ha! Thanks for the name to find it on if I need it again.
    Check out the video on Utube video with Jenny Doan - Missouri Star Quilts

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAQWwwAa2K0
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    Thanks for this tutorial. You are just amazing.

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    Thanks for the tutorial. I just tried my first flange binding on a swap last month. I really like the way it looks, but it's so hard for me to get the seams consistent and straight lol! Any tips on getting narrow seams like this perfect, or is does it just take practice?
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    thanks for sharing.

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