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  • Can you use muslin for quilt binding?

    Is muslin durable enough to use for double fold binding? I used it for the white parts of the top of the quilt so that would match best, but I want it to last a long time and wasn't sure if muslin is strong enough or if I should use another thicker quilting cotton.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Laura314 on Mon, Nov 24 2014
  • Machine quilting after binding or before binding?

    Hello quilters, I'm new to quilting and actually working on my first quilt, although I have been sewing for many years. A friend who has been quilting for years recommends sewing on the binding before home machine quilting it. She says that it is less apt to shrink or warp that way. Everything that...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by PattyGB on Thu, Feb 20 2014
  • Using a binding foot on corners?

    Hello! I'm new to quilting and have discovered the awesome adjustable binding presser foot! Can these be used to make mitered corners? If so, does anyone have any tips on how to do it? Thanks in advance! Jolyn
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Jolyn on Thu, Jan 2 2014
  • Adjustable Bias Tape Binding Machine Foot ?

    Being new at Quilting, when I began 5 yrs ago, my first machine I bought was a Brother SQ9050. I have to say I have enjoyed it and it's still the machine I use until I can afford something even better. I'm always looking for accessories for it. Yesterday, I found the "Adjustable Bias Tape...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Missy on Mon, Sep 23 2013
  • Re: Binding

    I usually use straight binding. It's quick , easy to work with, and comes out very nice. I don't think there's a visible difference between straight and bias binding once the quilt is done. I've done bias binding but it takes so much more fabric I don't like using it unless I have...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Joy on Thu, Mar 15 2012
  • Opinions Requested

    I have been working on a Wonky Log Cabin lap quilt, done in black, off white, and shades of grays. The blocks will finish at 12", which will make this top 36" square. I need to get the lap quilt to at least 40" square, but I do not want to add any blocks. Nor do I think I want to add sashing...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by MaxNTopeka on Wed, Mar 7 2012

    Hi Everyone next question, how do you do your bindings is there an easy way it looks complicated to me but im sure it must be easier than i think otherwise more companies would sell ready made bindings the last quilt i cheated and sent for Lollipops bindings from America, but i have noticed they do not...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Frances on Thu, Jan 19 2012

    Block Measurements for Half square Triangles? Is there a chart for measuring blocks for half square triangles e.g. 8" finished block, 8-1/2 inch block for just a block, is there a chart for making this block into 2-1/2 sq. triangles? I thought I had this chart in one of my quilting books...unable...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Joni on Mon, Nov 28 2011
  • Binding odd Shapes

    I'm very new to quilting, and have only made square or rectangular quilts so far. Binding them has been easy! I'd like to try some other shapes like octagons or circles, etc. In my mind I just cant figure out how to do the binding on them, lol I'd love any help or suggestions! Thanks, Linda
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Linda on Thu, May 12 2011
  • Re: binding/walking foot

    I'm not sure what the correct name is, but I use a magnet thing with a straight edge. I place it where I want it and it keeps the fabric and sewing line straight while binding.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Joy on Mon, Apr 25 2011
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