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    • Susan F

      old red barn bind quilt

    • Тамара Токарева

      Quilt Along Week 7 How to Bind a Quilt @Donna Maywald Red Barn Co.: I must apologize in advance. You are about to encounter an obnoxious number of photos. Bear with me as I'm about to cover trimming and squaring up your quilt, making the binding, sewing the binding on the front of your quilt, and hand sewing it onto the back.

    • Wendy Herrera

      Machine sewing front and hand sewing back of quilt binding tutorial.

    • Lindsey Dixon

      How to bind a quilt - hand stitching the binding

    • kaylyn-pearlgirl

      quilt binding instructions

    • Alexandra Ueckerman

      old red barn co - how to bind a quilt tutorial

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    The quilt was pieced. If you try this on your own, make sure not to sew the strips of fabric together in a rectangular shape, otherwise you will have a lot of waste. Sew them together offset, like steps. Keep in mind that you’ll need the stepped strip sets (say that ten times fast!) going in two different directions to make this pattern.

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    Old Red Barn Co.: Quilt Along Week 7 How to Bind a Quilt.. Love the step by step how the Binding is done will do this someday--TD

    detailed instructions for how to bind a quilt - does not use bias binding, though

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    The best instructions I've found for how to bind a quilt.

    Mini Scrappy Quilt ~ what fun to use up your scrap fabrics! I really think the machine quilting made this quilt!

    I know this is a quilt and NOT crochet but it is crochet inspiration. I think a granny square afghan made like this would be really cool and actually pretty easy to do.

    A Little Help When Sewing On Binding by Pleasant Home, via Flickr --- what a great idea!

    this is a quilt back... but i would totally dig it as a front.

    Love quilts that have something to say on the back as well as the front.