I’ve been asked several times lately about my binding method. I do a double machine bind, where I sew the binding on both the front and back of the quilt, with the sewing machine… no hand sewing involved :)
I started doing my bindings this way, out of sheer necessity years ago, when I just didn’t have time to finish them by hand and they were piling up. It took a little patience and a little bit more practice, but now I’m super happy with my results and it takes a fraction of the time that it used to. I’m no longer stressed about the time it takes to get things done!
I made a new YouTube video showing my step-by-step process for this double machine binding method. I sure hope it helps! If you haven’t tried binding this way, maybe this will inspire you to give it a try.
Here are the links to the two other resources that I talked about in the video. I think these will help guarantee the most successful outcome.
How to join the ends of your binding… foolproof!
How wide to cut your binding
Happy Sunday everyone!
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