Julie Cefalu - Tips, Tricks & Techniques - Binding Tips 3

Featuring: Julie Cefalu

Posts On: August 31, 2015

Sometimes you just need to finish that quilt; Julie has a quick method for finishing your binding by machine.  Stay tuned until the end for her "bonus" tip.



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#9 Marlette0613 2017-04-18 15:17
I do these same steps with one difference..... I cut 2 1/2" binding ttrip, fold, stitch it 1/4 inch SA, wrap and glue. With the 1/4" SA you will have a 3/8" width on the back binding. When you SID from the front at 1.4" the extra 1/8" on back will allow you to catch the entire piece so you won't have gaps.
If you like a wider binding than 1/4" on front just adjust being sure to add the 1/4" to the cut binding so you have the extra 1/8" when it's folded.
hope this makes sense.
#8 Frsn Sheeley 2017-04-17 13:00
I have tried this with out the glue, didn't work to good, but will try it with the glue, good direction and great tutorial!
#7 Donna Ferber 2016-09-08 17:38
now we need the demo of changing the glue stick refills. :D
#6 Karen 2016-08-29 19:21
I do my binding this way but I sew it. I would think glue will come apart at some point. I just stitch in the ditch on the topside and haven't had any problems. .
#5 Margaret 2016-08-29 05:45
Great tutorial. Never thought of using glue on the binding. Will do it today!
#4 peaceful 2016-08-28 22:54
Julie has a great voice for this. Her speech and diction are very clear. No "ums or ah's". Directions are simple and progressive without having to fill in something that was missed. Great videos.
#3 khowardquilts 2016-08-28 21:52
I am glad you showed that everyone misses an edge sometimes. I have done the glue basting before and had the same thing happen. I had to machine stitch when I was behind on binding a baby quilt. I had to do a few hand fixes, too.
#2 teresa Findlay 2016-08-28 14:12
loved all the tips and tricks. can be done by any level of sewing
#1 Jean Byer 2016-08-28 10:25
Very useful video :)
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