Today at Sew Mama Sew, Debbie Jeske of A Quilter’s Table has rounded up fifteen binding tutorials; my Faced Binding Tutorial is one of them. *Here’s a link* to that complete list, which has opened up my eyes to the possibilities of making a creative binding for the edge of a quilt. I used her compilation as sort of a mental checklist of techniques I had tried. . . and some I hadn’t.
I’d encourage you to take a new look at what’s going on at the edge of your quilt by exploring these binding tutorials. Maybe you’ll try something new!
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Love them all! What a nice variety that Debbie pulled together. I’m proud to be among them too! Way to go, Elizabeth!
Thanks for sharing this. Just want you to know I refer to your faced binding tutorial all the time. I think it’s important to remember that the binding needs to reflect, compliment and be one with the quilt and not just be an after thought to hurry up and finish.
Such a great series and cool to be a part of. I passed it on to all my guild.
It’s amazing how many different ways the binding can be completed.