In this lesson, Sharon begins the process of making a reversible binding for a reversible quilt. Stay tuned for Part 2.


#7 Louise Haddon 2016-09-15 14:29
Why do you have 2 layers on the one side and only 1 layer on the other side? (by folding the one piece in half and not folding the other piece)
#6 Ann 2016-09-15 14:23
:-) Great tutorial! Wish I'd known how to do this with previous projects, but glad to know it for the future.
#5 Linda 2016-09-14 23:31
Great idea, so glad to view this, as I always make my toppers reversible and have had this very dilemma. I will try this method tomorrow on my Xmas topper.
Thanks so much.
#4 Dot F 2016-09-14 13:43
Thanks for the tutorial...I used your technique for joining blocks in a reversible quilt and the measurements worked perfectly. Many thanks, Dot
#3 DebbieW 2016-09-14 10:54
Thank you for sharing this wonderful skill. Thank goodness for HomeEc classes, I remember them fondly from the 60s.
#2 Leann Stites 2016-09-14 09:19
Great idea! Thank you Sharon!
#1 Susan Stitch 2016-09-14 07:01
LOVE this technique! It looks like you have extra batting beyond the edge of the quilt -- is that to make the binding more full? How much do you leave?

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