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Quilt Binding Accurate Simple Steps You May Not Have Seen Before? Great Confidence Builder For All Skill Levels!

These simple well thought out tips take any guess work out of quilt binding without the need of complex measuring or guess work.

Donna Ward does a great job describing every detail without confusing us in a simple straight forward manner.

The next time you’re ready to add your binding to your quilt make sure you remember where this video is so you can reference it.

It’s so easy and straightforward you may only have to watch it once or twice while you’re attaching your binding to start calling this your own way of binding a quilt.

As simple as it is. Take your time the first time! Like anything new it will require you to think about it as you do it. So go slow and it will turn out great.

Image: Andrea R Flickr

As you watch the video on the Next to LAST Page you’ll see the binding being made & sewn on using simple SMART techniques.

 

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38 Responses to “Quilt Binding Accurate Simple Steps You May Not Have Seen Before? Great Confidence Builder For All Skill Levels!”

  1. Patterson Renae

    Apr 27. 2015

    Best tutorial I’ve watched, very helpful! Sandy Fitzsimonds check this one out…:-)

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  2. Jennifer Reinke

    Apr 27. 2015

    Thank you for this tutorial.

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  3. Wanda Aucoin

    Apr 27. 2015

    so simple nice and clear directions

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  4. Connie Gerhold

    Apr 27. 2015

    Thanks, simple and clear directions

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  5. Same method i use, except i use 1/4 inch like we do everything else in quilting . I dont want to bave to readjust my borders to account for that wider seam,

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  6. Missouri starquilt has a great tutorial worth watching

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  7. Sandi Rosamond

    Apr 27. 2015

    Very clear and helpful, and I have used a myriad of ways in the past. This was very easy and clear to follow. Thanks.

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  8. Margaret Caloe Radliff

    Apr 27. 2015

    She does hers like I do mine, but takes a bit longer. I had to watch the whole thing though, because I loved her accent.

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  9. Janet Girard, Betty Sawyer, Marlene Kowalczyk Meegan

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  10. Brenda Clough

    Apr 28. 2015

    Excellent tutorial. Every one was so clear & easy to follow.

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  11. Carla Daniels Heaton watch these videos so neat

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  12. Sue Cornish

    Apr 29. 2015

    Angela Muse Sylvia Rowe

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  13. Christine Cummings

    Apr 29. 2015

    Cheryl $#%&!@*mings this came up as a post on my FB page. I think it will be something you might be more interested in than me.

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  14. This is a very good tutorial.

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  15. Linda Markham

    Apr 30. 2015

    Betty Loyd this may interest you

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  16. Norma Collins-Spero

    Apr 30. 2015

    Cathy Leach,Robin Saby Ferguson,Janet Pirie

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  17. Robin Saby Ferguson

    Apr 30. 2015

    Thanks Norma! I didn’t know about bias binding – I learned to cut my binding on the width of fabric

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  18. Mandy Weldon

    May 01. 2015

    Deirdre Tudor xx

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  19. Susan Hartle MacGregor

    May 05. 2015

    My quillo has a piece that has come uns$#%&!@*ched. How can I fix it without taking it apart?

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  20. Bobbie Olson

    May 06. 2015

    Great idea!!

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  21. Betty West-Brock

    May 06. 2015

    i’ll give it a try. I hate binding and have $45 for someone to do it for me. 🙂

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  22. Barbara Richards

    May 07. 2015

    Sandra sellen

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  23. Sally Nyce

    May 07. 2015

    Got to read

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  24. Marcia D Myers Bartels

    May 07. 2015

    I appreciate the tips.

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  25. I have a tute (not this one) pinned to my desktop…I always forget what to do so I downloaded it permanently 🙂

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  26. Diana Cook

    May 09. 2015

    Love the scissors. LOL

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  27. Kay Daniel Sisemore

    May 09. 2015

    Following.

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  28. Beverly Haefner

    May 10. 2015

    i can’t even get to the tutorial

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  29. Cathy Matijega

    May 11. 2015

    don’t even bother clicking, it takes you through page after page of advertising

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  30. Jean A Mezera

    May 12. 2015

    Cannot open it but I think it may be like I do. If so, I always forget which way to sew the diagonal so just remember u read from left to right so u sew this way

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  31. Felicia Lisa

    May 13. 2015

    I’ve been closing my binding tails like this for several years. It takes ALL the guess work out of it. Excellent tut!

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  32. linda

    May 27. 2015

    What a great idea

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  33. Denise West

    May 15. 2016

    Mindy

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  34. Mindy Farrar

    May 15. 2016

    Hahahaha. I have another video to watch as well lol

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  35. Missie Gillespie

    Jun 10. 2016

    F

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  36. Teonë Axougas

    Jun 11. 2016

    Sharlone Graham

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  37. Sandra McCallum

    Jun 11. 2016

    Video was not available?

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  38. Jane Miller

    Jun 15. 2016

    Video ?

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