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  • onebigmama
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    This looks like the easiest way ever ! Thanks

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  • sewbizzy
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    Thank You...I will try this on my next project...

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  • jjkaiser
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    I always tuck my ends inside each other and join my ends straight across. It is much easier for me than fiddling with the diagonal and getting it to fit just right. I decided that 100% of people getting a quilt from me could care less and it wouldn't even occur to them that somewhere on the quilt the binding is pieced together, so they wouldnt even look at that part.

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  • Sewgurl
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    🤗 Mind blown! I'll never have one side twisted or that one seam going the opposite angle of all the others again! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Grampz
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    she makes it seem so darn simple. I will have to give it a try. Thank you for sharing

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  • snippet
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    Originally posted by Jen7 View Post
    I have never seen that 90 degree fold trick anywhere, can't wait to try it! I always get twisted up....
    I hadn't seen it either but it sure helps from keeping me all twisted. I have used it a few times and it works like a charm.

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  • Jen7
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    I have never seen that 90 degree fold trick anywhere, can't wait to try it! I always get twisted up....

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  • kgirlmom
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    I still get tangled up with tails. As a result, I use the "pocket method" by Heirloom Creations. Fool proof - and I am often the biggest fool. Attaching the binding starts at 2:49. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWh90tXr7g4
    Last edited by kgirlmom; December 14, 2016, 06:58 AM.

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  • Marty
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    Thanks for posting. I always seem to twist mine.

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  • Sylvia H
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    This is a great way to do binding. I have another method that works for me, but I think I'll try this one and see if it is easier.

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  • grma33
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    should havel ooked at the link Monique posted same one lol
    Gale

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  • Suzette
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    That is best way I have seen yet for finishing the binding. Thanks so much for this link Monique! I have used Sharon Shamber's method for years and while it creates a beautiful finish, it is a bit more confusing, I think. This one is simple, easy and gives a beautiful finish. In other words, my new method. lol

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  • grma33
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    this is the one i use NO math
    http://www.mccallsquilting.com/mccal...ining_the_Ends
    Gale

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  • Annette Ackley
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    I like this method. Will have to try it on my next project. Thanks for sharing Monique!

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  • cv quilter
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