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Posts Tagged ‘binding flange’

Flanged Binding Tutorial

Posted on: January 20th, 2015 by Lorna McMahon

A wonderful method for starting out, and getting some experience with machine finished binding, is a Flanged Binding, also known as a faux flanged binding or piping.  This Flowering Table Runner was finished with a flanged binding. After practicing the flanged binding method on many, many quilts, my confidence grew with experience.  This experience enable […]

The Mother Load – Machine Finished Binding Tips and Tutorials

Posted on: September 27th, 2013 by Lorna McMahon

One of my proudest accomplishments in learning how to make a quilt has been developing a machine finished binding method that works for me. But, believe me, this was not achieved without a lot of trial and error. For my first attempt, on my Fall Leaves quilt, I followed the instructions given by Rita of […]

Baby Boy – Puppy Love – Completed quilt

Posted on: February 6th, 2013 by Lorna McMahon

I am sew pleased with the finished Puppy Love quilt! This project was my first for a few things. One is that it is the first quilt I have ever made using this batting – a combination poly/cotton.  It is fluffier than cotton, but nicer to work with than polyester.  And it’s cuddly! Another first […]

Sew Fresh Quilts – New Year’s Resolution

Posted on: December 24th, 2012 by Lorna McMahon

I have never been one to make (or follow through with) New Year’s Resolutions.  But this year I am determined to make and keep some quilting/blogging resolutions.  Perhaps they will be easier than losing weight or quitting smoking!  Perhaps not… However, I am certain these resolutions will far less painful to accomplish. Here is my […]