How to Create Continuous Binding with Paula Doyle
Classes with Paula Doyle • Educational, G, 01-Oct-2017
Paula Doyle is an accomplished and award winning quilt maker. She passes on her expertise on how to create perfect binding for your quilt. So don’t let the binding let you down!
Paula shows you how to create a continuous piece of bias binding from a square of fabric. Bias is essential when you have a scalloped edge to your quilt or a circular project to bind. You are shown how to draw the cut lines. This is how you become the absent-minded professor for sewing.
You will learn how to straight binding for a project. Paula has excellent tips on how to join two strips with a bias seam. Therefore you will create a perfect mitred corner when you are using a seam allowance that is bigger than 1/4inch.
And finally, Paula shows you how to join the final strips together. Again with a bias seam – and your double binding lies absolutely flat.
As a subscribed member you can have access to workshop notes for this delightful little purse, which uses a continuous piece of binding.
and if you like the idea of the bias binding tool, then we have a simlar one in the shop – click here to view.
and look at that lovely double-coloured binding – how effective is that!
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