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Thread: Quick Machine Binding with Flange

  1. #176
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    Thank you so much for this new way to bind a quilt. For baby gift reviving blankets I sew 1 miter squares of flannel together binding with satin blanket binding. Machine sew on the front, flip over and hand sew onto back. Takes me 4 hrs to hand sew the binding on one blanket. I am so looking forward to trying this new method. Took me a bit of studying to figure it out but I think I have the gist of it now.

  2. #177
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    Great tutorial. This is the only way I do my bindings now. It is a great way to bind.

  3. #178
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    Thanks so much for this tutorial!

  4. #179
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    I love this idea. I am running short on fabric for a binding and have plenty of a darker color...this will help solve my problem and add an interesting element.

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