CONTINUOUS BIAS BINDING 101 TUTORIAL
November 04, 2009
Long, long time without a tutorial, right? My apologies for letting you down that long...
Well, I want to share this new one that I think you'll like.
Why continuous binding? Because I receive tons of e-mails asking if I use any special binding techniques on the quilts I send to magazines and also on my quilt patterns. Many quilters use regular binding: they cut strips selvage to selvage and piece them together to get a long piece.
But, like Ricky Tims says, "if we don't want to get caught by the quilting police let's do the traditional way", that is continuous bias binding.
I know, I know... many of us find out to do bias binding a tedious endeavour! Let me show you an EASY, FAST and FUN method to get yards and yards of perfect pieced bias binding.
You can find on the right sidebar under "Tutorials" or see it right here. Don't forget to let me know what you think, I love your feedback.
Hope you enjoy and can put it to use many times. I always enjoy sharing with you...
Btw, do you like the new look of my blog?
With all my love,