Video tutorial: making flange binding and regular binding by machine

Video tutorial: Regular and flange machine binding

Video tutorial: Flange binding and regular binding by machine

If you want to add a special touch to your quilt, add a faux piping, flange or accent.

Video tutorial: how to make flange binding and sewing the binding by machine

This is how you add faux piping to your quilt:

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8 thoughts on “Video tutorial: Regular and flange machine binding”

  1. Keen to try the flange method, does it work for right angle corners? Also how do you make the curved corners as shown please?

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  2. Sallie, what do you mean by right angle corner? A mitered corner. To make round corners I just used a glass to draw the corners, and then cut the quilt along the curves. Then I just stitched the regular binding along the edge. It’s easier than doing corners.

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  3. Hmm yes I guess I mean a mitred corner – new to quilting 🙂
    Using a glass sounds interesting, do you measure where you place the glass so that you have all the corners the same?
    Thank you

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  4. Hi Sallie, I don’t measure anything. You should be able to see it. Alternatively you can cut the first corner and use it as a template for the other 3.

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