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Janome Binding Set virgin.
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Date: 12/25/12 11:21 PM

So I bought the binding attachment set for my Horizon a few months ago from someone on SewItsForSale. I have a quilted quilt ready to bind.

Then I went to a quilting retreat in October with great intentions of binding that first quilt of mine... heh heh... But do ya think I got around to doing the binding? Heck no. I had fun doing goofy projects instead and spent the weekend decompressing from my crazy family and didn't want to do anything that required too many brain cells.

Then I moved in November.... and the chunk of fabric I bought for the binding is A.W.O.L. from the move. (That's my best excuse for still not finishing that quilt and I'm sticking to it)

So today (Christmas Day as I write this) I had the whole day to just poop around at home (I did the family thing yesterday... so the kids are at the inlaws today) ... and I made a 18" x 46" simple table runner for this one entry table in my house that badly needs something on top.

Gotta run and pick up my daughter from Greyhound soon... but I *swear* I'm gonna come home and tackle this binding thing.

I've only done a little binding on a few small (VERY SMALL) projects.. and I screw up cutting the spiral every time. I have had good luck with that 1" binding foot... but gonna try the big one tonight.

I'm off to YouTube to get some learnin' in again... :winkgrin:

Wish me luck.

My projects (and life and times!) are on

Wish list:
Bernina 550QE (for it's cute little footprint)
Ovation serger
APQS George ... oh heck... go Millie!

2014: Sold the 7700 to make room for a 5.5mm machine alongside side my Ellie.
2013: Wow.. no real new toys - too much family drama!!!!
2012: New Elna Lotus for granddaughter, Red Elna Press, Horizon 7700, Gidget 2 Table, Babylock Ellisimo Gold
1970's: Elna SU62 & ElnaPress

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Date: 12/27/12 12:12 PM

Well, did you do it or not?

I am a Quilter at heart. I love to play with fabrics, patterns and colors. Recently I have discovered I enjoy doing applique. I love making pictures. Using a sewing machine is much easier than counted cross stitch or oil painting for me. I enjoy landscape quilting as well. I am working on my first applique project in the spring of 2014.
Bernina 630, my main machine
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Date: 12/28/12 4:36 AM

ohhh Good Luck - How did it go? Did you like the binding attachment?

hmm my fav method of binding a quilt (uh the 7 I've done so far LOL) is on You-Tube (LOVE those tut's)... from a sewing company in North or South Dakota - her accent is really cute but it's a good lesson and I watch it every time before I bind.

Hope you got through it!


I have a great enthusium for sewing, but lack talent to be great.


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Date: 12/28/12 1:27 PM

was it "heirloom creations in Sioux Falls, South Dakota"? I like their videos, too.

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Date: 12/30/12 10:40 PM

I have to confess... I have the same binder for my 6600 and have yet to use it. I think I might start with a simple project but when I comes to bindings I have never been happy with those I do entirely with machine... so I have to challenge myself to tackle the binder. But right now my sewing room is undergoing a complete overhaul... there is not sewing happening there!

Janome MC6600 Bernina 240 Juki MO735 Singer 201-2 Singer 221-1

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