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Date: 2/21/13 5:05 PM

Bernina's Binding by Machine
New tutorial available athe The Quilt Show.

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Date: 2/21/13 5:26 PM

Awesome...it's now in my Delicious account.

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Date: 2/23/13 9:13 AM

Thanks for that link. It has nice close-up shots, but I wish they would have shown us how to stitch the binding around that corner. Also, they totally ignored the inch-long stretch of binding that did not get stitched down a few inches back from their finishing off technique. It was nice to see the finishing off technique demonstrated. Again, very good close-ups of the binder and work.

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Date: 2/24/13 6:08 PM

That one is good, but I think this one is more detailed including how to start the strip in the binder and how to finish.

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Date: 2/24/13 6:48 PM

I wish it did a larger binding. I don't see most of my quilts fitting into the foot.

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Date: 2/24/13 9:02 PM

Sharon, honestly I'm not sure I'll ever use it for an actual quilt. I'm very traditional when it comes to binding my people quilts. But for placemats and potholders and such I think it will be the bees knees.

That being said I always zigzag the edges before binding the old-fashioned way, so I imagine I will do the same with the binder. Are you using an extra-thick batt? I think any batt I would want to machine quilt would work well in the binder.

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Date: 2/25/13 0:53 AM

Excellent thank you. thank you both for these!!!

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"The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem." Theodore Rubin
"Life isn't about finding yourself. Life's about creating yourself." George Bernard Shaw
Dan 9:24-27

Bernina vintage and computerized, Bernina and BL sergers , BLcoverstitch (a stray Pfaff and Viking followed me home too)

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