Wednesday, April 29, 2015
- 'Machine Binding Tutorial' from CluckCluckSew. This is a slightly different technique that results in the binding stitching being seen on the quilt top (instead of the top binding).
- 'Binding Odd Angles' from AnkasTreasures. You basically need the same technique to bind odd angles as you bind corners on a quilt. This takes a lot of practice.
- 'How to Bind inside Corners' from AnkasTreasures. Binding inside corners requires a quick snip of the fabric. Not too tricky, just don't snip too much!
- Finishing Binding with a Mitered Edge from AnkasTreasures. A tutorial for connecting the two ends of the binding with a 45 degree seam, instead of a straight seam. Use this if you want the seams to match your continuous binding seams.
- 'Sewing Binding to Quilt' from McCallsQuilting. This tutorial includes some illustrative diagrams for attaching the binding.
- As a general tip, you might want to hand stitch the mitered edges of the binding corners after you've finished machine sewing them. Extra security.
How To: Cut Isosceles Triangles Without Templates10/13/2013 How To: Assemble an Isosceles Triangle Quilt Top10/16/2013 Step 1: Isosceles Triangle Quilt Top Completed10/18/13 TARDIS Applique10/27/13 Coordinating Pillowcases for the Isosceles Triangle Quilt11/6/13 Step 2: Isosceles Triangle Quilt Backing Assembly3/18/15 Step 3: Isosceles Triangle Quilt Sandwich-ing4/1/15 Attaching the TARDIS Applique4/8/15 Step 4: Machine Quilting the Isosceles Triangle Quilt4/15/15 How To: Continuous Double Bias Binding Strips4/22/15
- Step 5: Binding the Isosceles Triangle Quilt 4/29/15
- A Review of the Isosceles Triangle Quilt 5/6/15