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Thread: Quick Machine Binding with Flange

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    I am sure this is not the place to ask this but can't seem to figure that out either. I have not been on here for a very long time. At one time I had favorites and I've managed to find them. I would like to add this to thread to my favorites. Am I still able to do this and if so how?

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    That is cool and looks easy Thanks
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    Thank you. Will def try this in the future!
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    thanks!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunflower7 View Post
    I am sure this is not the place to ask this but can't seem to figure that out either. I have not been on here for a very long time. At one time I had favorites and I've managed to find them. I would like to add this to thread to my favorites. Am I still able to do this and if so how?
    just put a post on any thread you want to find, it will show up under latest thread, which you will find by clicking your name at top of page.

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    Great idea, thanks for the tute!
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    Thanks! This close to Christmas, SOME of us need quick solutions.

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    hmmmi love this, i love the little over hand on the front. Im curious to see what it looks like on the back! anyone have any examples?

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    I am definitely planning to try this method!
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    great idea thanks for sharing
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    Just wondering---when you sew the binding onto the back do you use 1/4 inch seam? could you use 3/8 in ch seam and get the same effect?

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    Wow, I really like this, it solves the ugly stitching I have had on the back when I do it the usually way and is nowhere near as complicated as some others I have seen, Thank You!

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    This is great, thanks for sharing and so nice looking....
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    Thanks for posting this method. I tried it and it looks great.

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    Will definitely try this. Thank you!

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    Thanks for the tut! I will definitely use this tip.

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    This looks good!

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    Wow Thank You!

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    Thank you very much, well have to try this. Thanks for sharing.

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    i love this concept, i will add this to try on my next quilt top which will be a batik wallhanging and i think a second fabric to the binding would add a lot....thanks

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    Charisma, Thank you for sharing this, This is what I am goiing to be doing on the quilt top that I have pieced, however I was thinking of having it sewn on but not down flat. This being because the back is being rought around to the front. Anyway Thank You again.

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    This is very interesting--I think I'll try it! Thanks for the tutorial!
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    Oh great thanks. also known as faux piping but done back to front. like it!!!

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    thanks! ill give it a try; it looks like it will work great!
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    Thanks for the great tute!
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