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The Self Binding Baby Blanket

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Published on Mar 1, 2012

http://missouriquiltco.com - Need a quick project to use up you fabric stash, or make an adorable gift? Well, look no further! Jenny Doan shows a quick (10 minute) way to make a self binding baby quilt/receiving blanket.

To get the materials needed to do this project, follow the links in the description below.

Flannel Fabric
http://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop/b...

Fabric By the Yard
http://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop/b...

Comments • 1,389

70TheProfessor
My wife bought a kit to make this type of self-binding quilt.  The instructions were not clear enough to make it work; but when we found your video, the project came together in just a few minutes! We're both teachers and we appreciate clear, step-by-step directions that you did on this video!
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eileenfb1948
This is fantastic. It can be used for other things too. I did need to watch the video twice to understand it. Many thanks for all your videos.
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Katheryn Howat
You should make an edit when you say, "make an equilateral triangle," to "right triangle."  I went into a tizzy for about a half an hour because I couldn't figure out how you made it an equilateral until I realized to pay attention to the picture and not the words :)
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Monika Blue
Want to thank you for the idea of the blankets we have a few women that get together at my house to use up my fabric.  We have made over fifty blankets with the scraps being turned into bibs & burb clothes and given them to pregnency crisis centers and hospitals  Then  I decided we could use the same idea and make placemats with the same concept. We have made over 300 with my friend Laura taking many home to do and probably have made herself a 100.  One lady, Moreen,  comes that does not sew but is a darn good ironer  We have given them to Meals On Wheels in different  towns to pass out to the shut ins.  Love your ideas thanks again.  Peggy  (Caring & Sharing Angels)
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Julie Hyde
I love your tutorials! You are easy to listen to and I feel like you are my friend teaching me how to make fun things. Thanks for all you do!
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Heather Buczkowski
I finally figured out the 90 degree corner, and I love how it turned out! But I cannot see a world in which this would ever take anyone 10 mins! LOL! And I have been sewing 15 years! :-) thanks for sharing!
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CustomAlice
I find that using a chopstick to push out the corners works better than using my finger...just a thought... :)
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Karen Talamantez
My blanket came out perfectly. THANKS! I'm so excited. It looks like I know what I'm doing.
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nö mach ich nicht
I wonder: does this only work for square shapes, or will it work for rectangles as well? I'm thinking about making a table runner, and this seems to be so easy.
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Sheila Alls
The 90 degree angle does not work for a mitered corner..need to change that . The 90 makes the corners cup up and not lay flat.
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