More to explore:



There’s more to see...
Join millions of other people on Pinterest!
Visit Site
  • Mary Bergman

    Joining Binding Ends. Nice quilt stitch!

  • Sondra Sweeney

    Joining Binding Ends- From the crease, measure the distance of the binding strip’s cut width. If the binding strips were cut 2-1/2" wide, the measurement would be 2-1/2". Cut the second tail straight across at that mark. Join the Diagonal Seams Open the tails. With right sides together, place one on top of the other at a right angle. Join the strips with a diagonal seam. Before stitching, check to be sure the strips are not twisted. Trim the seam allowance to 1/4" & finger-press open.

Related Pins

Quilting Tip of the Day: When joining binding on the diagonal, press the seams open lBEFORE trimming them to 1/4". This is so much easier than trying to press seams open after trimming.

How to Bind a Quilt - PERFECT directions! Just adjust 1/4" to whatever seam you are sewing.

Tutorial for accurately joining quilt binding.

The fly in the ointment part of quilting for me. I have several quilts almost finished save for the hand stitching of the back binding. Maybe I can try this. | machine quilt binding tutorial

CN Binding by Lorena in Sydney, via Flickr. truly one of the most beautiful quilts i have ever only seen a wee bit of

Easy quilt tutorial no binding. How to sew together 3 layers of fabric for blanket and not have to bind it.

Boo Quilt - Quilts for Kids | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Lovely new take on the strip quilt here in "Mikayla's Quilt" by Belinda Gelhausen.

Bee In My Bonnet: How to Bind a Quilt and Other Quilty Projects... how to bind a quilt

Explore croskelley's photos on Flickr. croskelley has uploaded 2065 photos to Flickr.