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Tuesday, April 07, 2009

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Ann

This is the way I do it as well and I think it always looks great.

Bonnie

Yep, Pat, we're on the same page! I do it this way, too!
Bonnie in Colorado Springs, CO

Loved the blog video by Dionne!

Dionne

Begging and Pleading works!
Cheers,
Dionne
PS - LOVE the new easy-peasy Tutorial link!

Nancy

Look at that Lisa!! It looks easy enough doesn't it...? I have a baby quilt to bind as soon as it gets quilted so I will try this. I always just stitch my ends together straight.

Barbara Anne

Good morning!

I also use this method for joining strips and it's as simple as it looks. It works well for me and for my new quilter MIL!

Pat, I'm glad to know you'll have tutorials where they're easy to locate. Cheers for that idea and for you!

Dionne's premier podcast is sensational!!

Pat

This is the same way I join strips...and, basically, I do this same way to join the binding strip at the end and it is often nearly impossible to tell where the joining is this way. I find it the best (and least bulkiest) way to join the strips. Thsnks for the pictures.....will refer to your pics when I help new quilters in our little group do this.

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