There's More Than One Way to Bind a Quilt: How to Make A Finishing Statement with Your Quilt

There's More Than One Way to Bind a Quilt: How to Make A Finishing Statement with Your Quilt

by Editors at Landauer Publishing

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There's More Than One Way to Bind a Quilt: How to Make A Finishing Statement with Your Quilt by Editors at Landauer Publishing

Every quilt needs to be bound but not every quilt needs to be bound the same way. Now, in one concise booklet, 10 of the most popular binding techniques are shown in large, clear step-by-step photos, illustrations and easy-to-follow text.~The 10 binding techniques are: Double-fold, Single-fold, Machine-stitched, Self Binding, Inside-out, Two-sided, Flange, Four-fabric scrappy, Irregular-edge Hexagon, Irregular-edge Scallop~In addition, the booklet includes continuous regular and bias binding, sewing into continuous strip, joining tuck, straight or bias binding ends, hand-stitching binding to the quilt back and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935726760
Publisher: Landauer
Publication date: 09/01/2015
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 7.80(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.30(d)

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Landauer Publishing, Urbandale Iowa is an award-winning publisher of needlearts, quilting, crafts and hobby books.

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There's More Than One Way to Bind a Quilt: How to Make A Finishing Statement with Your Quilt 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BarbaraLyn More than 1 year ago
As a member of a charity quilt group, we are always looking for ways to bind our quilted projects. This book gives me all the ways and some that are new to me. I have always known about self-binding, pillow casing and the “normal” or double fold French binding. This book also tells how to do two sided (a different color on each side), scrappy binding, irregular edge binding and flange binding. I am intrigued with the flange binding and plan to use it on the next quilt. This is like the French binding I do but there are two different sized pieces sewn together on the long edge. Then you fold it in half (again like the French binding). Sewn to the back and turned to the front so both colors show. You can even machine stitch in the ditch with this binding. It makes me think of piping when it is all done. Very pretty. As I am a very visual person, this is definitely my type of book as there are LOTS of graphics. Now I will know for sure I am doing it right. I can’t wait to share this information with my charity quilt gals. "I received a free or discounted product in exchange for providing an unbiased review."