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    Default For those struggling with joining binding ends together

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    This may be just the one my friend needs!!! We all have different ways of making things stick in our minds... Thanks Monique)
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    Default Re: For those struggling with joining binding ends together

    I found this one that I've been using lately: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BT1pl_IolE. I used to get the ends twisted when joining, but now I don't. Start around 5:18 to get to the joining part. He uses a 3" strip though! That's huge!

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    Default Re: For those struggling with joining binding ends together

    Thanks! Always good to have options
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    Default Re: For those struggling with joining binding ends together

    I just used this method to join the ends of the binding on my last quilt. It worked like a charm and was really easy to do.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BT1pl_IolE

    Oops. I just realized this is the same one that snippet posted.
    Last edited by cashs_mom; December 9th, 2016 at 12:42 AM.

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    Default Re: For those struggling with joining binding ends together

    There are many ways and I hope you all find a method that works best for you.
    Blessed are the children of the piecemakers for they shall inherit the quilts!

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    Default Re: For those struggling with joining binding ends together

    I like this method a lot. Will give it a try next time. Thanks for posting this.

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    Default Re: For those struggling with joining binding ends together

    I like this method too. The second tute was almost the same, but seemed a little fumbly ( is that a word? lol) to me.



    Lorie

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    Thanks for the links. I like the first one, also. Much clearer instructions.
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    Default Re: For those struggling with joining binding ends together

    That is awesome!!!! ty so much! I have so many tutorials on this and I still manage to twist mine up or cut it wrong. I am trying her method today.

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