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Thread: Quick Machine Binding with Flange

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    Wow that looks great! Thank you!

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    That is such a good idea! I hand sew my binding to the front also and once tried machine stitching but didn't like it at all. This looks much nicer so i will try it. thanks for the tute!!

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    I'll be trying this one. Thanks a bunch!

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    I will be looking for ways to put cord into that peeper in order to give it more definition as well. Many thanks.

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    Thank y 4 sharing this new looking binding. Good idea

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    Wonderful idea - can't wait to try it. Will have to get busy, as I don't have anything anywhere near ready for quilting or binding!

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    Thanks soo much for posting this tut!! I had never seen a binding done this way before. I was just finishing a tablerunner and couldn't decide on the binding color so I used this method. I love the effect!! I have to admit my miters didn't come out as neatly as yours or as neatly as mine usually do when I sew a binding to the front first and fold to the back. But I will definitely use this method again and hopefully improve on my corners! Thanks again!!

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    Like others have expressed, I love this board because people are so willing to share ideas and to help others. Thanks for this tut.

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    This sounds like a great time saver and I love the accent flange! Wonderful idea and I'll definitely use it on my next project. Thank you so much for sharing this idea and taking your time to make a tut for us! Highly appreciated!!

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    Awesome. This is going to be sooooo useful for all these last minute Christmas things I'm trying to finish. Thanks for sharing.

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    This method is a little like one used by Ricky Tims in his videio 'Grand Finale' - it's a video well-worth buying! He uses a slightly finer fabric for the insert, placing a length of embroidery thread in the middle of it to make a very fine piped edge. It is then turned to the right side and stitched in-the -ditch so that no stitching shows. I've tried it and the result is exceptionally good - looks very professional!

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    Wow, this is a great effect! I know I will trying this binding more for the look than the speed.

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    MAN...I wish I saw this earlier this week. I have 2 quilts I needed done in a hurry and have only finished one. I have my binding already sewn on the other but that one is gonna have to wait for the hand sewing.

    Thank you so much for this Tute :thumbup: :thumbup: I will try it soon.

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    Thank you, that is very neat! You also now have a fansy border as well. I like this very much.

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    Thanks for sharing! What a fabulous idea.
    I love it when it seems like magic - and it's super easy and quick.
    I will remember this trick and pass it on to my quiting buddies too.

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    What a cool idea....thanks!

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    Love this idea! I will try it with my next quilt!

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    I did this on a tablerunner and plan do it again on other quilts. Nice tutorial.

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    I'm going to do this on the very next quilt I bind!

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    great info can't wait to try it

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    Thank you, that is awesome!

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    Thank you so much. I think I can follow this tute very well. You did a good job and it looks easy to.

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    When you do the corners is it the same way a normal as stopping a 1/4 inch and take out of machine then make your miter and stitch
    Love this
    Thanks Gale

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    Thank you for sharing -- what a fun binding to do

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    Great tute. Will give it a try.

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