So here is my method for binding a quilt with no hand sewing required, just your regular ol sewing machine, a walking foot, and clear thread are all you need!
For more info on the type of machine I use and recommend head on over to our blog post
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What a great tip! I have been quilting for years and never thought of doing this. What a bright spark!
it looks SO easy to do! :D
I'm inspired! That's saying a lot because I think I have the sewing machine with the lowest mileage on it ... ever! I've always wanted to make stuff and I think your post might have just given me the kick I need! Thank you for partying with us at Inspire Me Mondays. I hope you have a great weekend and look forward to seeing you at the Link-Up next week!
What a great tip! Maybe it'll help me get the sewing machine out more. :)
This is such a good tip! I agree, the last thing I want to do after all that work is sit down and hand stitch the binding!
I wish I had the skills to make a quilt! Maybe someday...
Thank you for sharing! I always have disliked doing the binding part of quilting and you make it look so easy that I want to try this.
That is a great tip - thank you for sharing it at Share It One More Time. Cathy
Really nice tutorial. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty - we love partying with you! Hope to see you next Friday. :)
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This is an awesome sewing tip! I would love for you to link up to the Stitch It, Blog It, Share It Link Party going on now at BehindtheSeamsSewing.com.
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