How to Make Bias Quilt Binding with Anita Birtles
Classes with Anita Birtles • Educational, G, 19-May-2023
Used for binding curved quilt edges, oven gloves, tree skirts and bags. This simple method of making a bias quilt binding will enhance any project with a curve.
Anita Birtles shows how easy it is to cut the binding. Using a simple method of folding the fabric on the bias. And cutting with a Stripology ruler from Creative Grids.
When sewn together with a quarter inch seams and folded in half. A continuous strip of quilt binding is complete ideal to use on any curved quilt edge.
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