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    I saw a quilt today on Pinterest that had a double binding ... Does anyone know how you do that? I looked on the ladies blog that posted it "A Quilt and A Prayer" but she doesn't give directions. aaaaggggghhhhhh Now I really want to know how it is done. LOL
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    Need a bit more info. Which quilt is it that I need to look at? Thx
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    Look on youtube. I just did what is called "binding with a piping" after watching a video on you tube. It really turned out neat! I imagine you could find something similar on there. Good luck.

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    Hi Glenda,

    Here's a link to a craftsy class that might be helpful. I haven't taken this one but maybe other forum members have.

    Finish a Quilt Edge with Style in Finishing School: Edges & Bindings
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    I've done double bindings several times and love how they look. Here's the link that might help. Quilt n Queen: A 2 sided binding....tutorial

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    Google "flanged binding".
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    Jaybird quilts also has a tutorial for a binding flange. Is this what you are looking for?
    Binding Flange Tutorial | Jaybird Quilts
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    Default Re: Double Binding

    Here is another one. I used this tute for a mug rug.

    52 Quilts in 52 Weeks: Tuesday Tutorial: Susie's Magic Binding



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulamoon View Post
    Here is another one. I used this tute for a mug rug.

    52 Quilts in 52 Weeks: Tuesday Tutorial: Susie's Magic Binding
    I've used this method a lot and love it! It's a little more time consuming, but so worth it IMO.

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    Thank you all. I had no idea what to call it. I have a quilt I am waiting to get back from a professional quilter and I think I have time to practice before it comes back. I know I have said it before but I LOVE THIS FORUM!
    Glenda Bliss

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