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Thread: Straight Grain Binding

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    Super Member Jan in VA's Avatar
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    Straight Grain Binding

    This tute has been corrected slightly/the graphics updated.

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    thanks for that Jan

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    Thanks for this! I like the way you complete the final step of matching the binding, without using any special tools!

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    Thanks for sharing!
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    Thank you for the great tut. Appreciate all of the work that went into it. Thanks.

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    I want to add my words of thanks - that was not an easy tut. to compile and it helped me a lot.

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    great tut, jan. this is the way i do it, but it took me a very long time to learn that last part without twisting.
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    Thanks for your time and gift.
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    Thank you for the tutorial!
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    Thanks so much.

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    I love using this technic. This is a very clear and easy read. Thanks.
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    Thank you, this will come in handy since I am on my first quilt.

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    It's rewarding that this tute helped so many of you! I love teaching and sharing quilting techniques and patterns; I have several here. Thank you all for your kind words.

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    I appreciate this tutorial. I seem to have problems at the end so as to get the look that it has been continuous. Your illustrations are very clear. Thanks for the pdf format so I can save it as a reference for future projects.

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    Thank you so much for this tute ! I printed it out and I am sure it will be right next to me when I get ready to bind again! Looks so easy.. thanks again for all

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