We've talked before about the many different ways you can bind a quilt, including binding with ruffles, big stitch binding, and mitered binding. So why now add another tool to your toolbelt and learn how to do Decorative Stitch Binding from Julie Bridgeman at WeAllSew.
Do you know what Big Stitch Binding Is? Even if you do, there's no harm in a refresher course. Gina Halladay at WeAllSew has a great tutorial for you on how to do Big Stitch Binding, which will add "a unique, functional, and decorative stitch to finish your quilt and attach your binding simultaneously."
How you bind a quilt is up to the quilter who quilts it. But there are so many different ways to do it that it can be its own adventure to try and bind one in a new and fun way. Julie Bridgeman at WeAllSew has such a way, as she will show you how to bind with ruffles. Learn a new method to bind your quilt and add another tool to your toolbelt in the process.
As Alex, and many other quilters, have said before, it is important to always label your quilts. But who says you just have to put a label on the back? With everything going on the past few years, Amanda Leins at WeAllSew didn't have time to create a label, so she decided to put the label in the in the quilt's binding! Find out how she did it.
Kathy K Wylie shares her incredible appliqué quilts and new fabric line. She demonstrates how to make hand-tied scalloped binding and a quilted frame. Then, Valori Wells shares tips to make a zippered pouch out of your favorite fabrics.