Once you have a quilt sandwich completed, your quilt backing, batting, and quilt top quilted until you are happy with it, then you finish the quilt by binding the edges. There are many different techniques for binding a quilt. Some techniques have been tested by time and some are new and modern, to encourage any quilter to progress with their skills and accomplish more, in less time. Watch these free video tutorials to see which technique works best for you and your quilting projects! We’ve sprinkled some lovely photo examples of quilt binding stitched by members of the SWN community throughout.
Clare Rowley – In this episode, you’ll learn how Clare binds her quilts entirely by machine, but, it looks hand sewn when finished. Get more of your unfinished quilts finished, with the many hours saved using this binding technique.
Bricks and Bubbles Quilt Binding by Rebecca Merry
How to Sew Perfect Mitered Corners – Watch as Sara Gallegos shows you how to sew the perfect mitered corner when binding a quilt .
String Doll Quilt by Andie Johnson
Jenny Doan demonstrates how to bind a quilt the quick and easy way. Binding a quilt is a skill that every quilter should learn. From start to finish Mom shows you how to bind a quilt with no frills or tools. Give quilt binding it a shot!
Little Red Lap Quilt by Karen Pior
Erica Arndt – There are several ways to go about binding your quilt, so today Erica will show you a couple of ways that she likes to bind a quilt. Erica also shares a few tips to help you get your binding right the first time!
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