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How to Mitre corners on Quilt Binding

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Published on Apr 5, 2012

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If you find mitred corners tricky when binding a quilt, this method may be the answer for you. No fancy gadgets needed - just hairgrips and an unpicker. On the video I have used a quilting foot; however, when the wadding is not very thick, a hinged regular foot works just as well.

Click on the last link above and it will take you straight to my blog post of 28th June 2013, which shows how I overlap strips of binding rather than joining them with a seam.

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