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    Missouri Star

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    Default This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.


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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    How clever! Thanks for sharing.

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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    Thanks for sharing. Will have to try that.

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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    This is the method I use. I still twist mine sometimes so I usually pin along the seamline and check for a twist before sewing.
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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    This is The same method that I use to finish off my binding. The only thing I do differently is press the seam open so that it lays nice and flat.

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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    Thank you for sharing never have thought to do it that way.

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    I have used this method for as long as I can remember. It works every time....love it. Thanks for sharing this!

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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    The only thing I do differently is I baste first just to make sure it's right and then sew. I think this is tricky because we only do it once per quilt.
    Vernona

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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    Nice and easy! Thanks for sharing the link!
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    Default Re: This has got to be the easiest method for connecting your binding ends.

    That's so cool!
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