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I do all my bindings by machine,if you want to try it here is one of the best Tutorials I have ever seen online.I do my joins a tad different than she does but thats okay. Jeanna posted this on the Yahoo Janome Group.Her Blog is Because I Say Sew



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Posts: 9926 | Location: Michigan,up North,the west side of Perfect | Registered: Sep 14, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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TcMay, Thanks for posting the tute. It looks easy enough for even me to try!!! LOL Pat
Posts: 7849 | Location: Kenosha Wi USA | Registered: Sep 29, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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She has done a great job on the discriptions. That is the way I have been doing mine for a long time, without her magic secret, but very similar. This way gives me the best looking, most even binding instead of flipping the other way and saves my hands from the handstitching (carpel issues don't need to be reaggrevated).

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Nice tutorial. I'll have to try this ... maybe on my next Ms. Claus doll quilt.


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