Fast Turn Your Project
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 01-Jul-2011
Fast edging for your patchwork projects
This is a great little tip for all projects, including quilts. Valerie used it on her Trip Around the World quilt.
No need for additional fabric for the binding. You can always stitch round close to the edge as part of your quilting to give the impression of binding.
This tip is extracted from a longer workshop, where Valerie makes a tablemat with the Tiger Tiger pattern from Oakshott fabrics.
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