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Choosing a Quilt Binding

Choosing a quilt binding for your baby quilt should be done once the quilt is assembled. It is difficult to make a decision on what type of fabric should be used for the binding and how it will look on the quilt.

Quilt Binding is SEW important.

There are numerous factors to consider when you are choosing the method of finishing the baby quilt. Consider your time constraints, your skill level in sewing and quilting, and your preference in either handquilting or machine quilting of your binding.

A Baby Quilt – Gotta Love Those Monkeys

Monkey fabric was my choice for my lastest baby quilt. As I sat and finished the binding, I thought of those monkeys.
Quilters often spend their time in solitude. I mean that they sew and quilt in their own homes or in their sewing rooms, when they are by themselves or alone. This gives the quilter, plenty of time to contemplate or think about quilting. I am sure this has happened more than once to many of you. You pick up that fabric and start to daydream about …

Piping Quilt Binding – SEW Decorative?

SEW Decorative – Consider a Piper Baby Quilt Binding
A few extra minutes and a slice of color of fabric between the quilt and your baby quilt binding does wonders for the appearance and the accents the edge or frame.

Quilt Binding – SEW Fun!

SEW Fun! A Choice of Different Baby Quilt Binding
When I finish a baby quilt top, then there are a number of factors to consider when choosing the best possible way to finish the baby quilt.

5 Steps for Successful Quilt Binding

SEW Complicated – The Challenges in Making a Baby Quilt Binding
As a quilter there are many challenges you face when designing, sewing and ultimately quilting your finished baby quilt. Here are the 5 most important steps that you need to complete before the baby quilt can be proudly given as a gift or used to snuggle around your little one. But it the baby quilt binding, that most quilters struggle with. Here are a few tips that might help:

Quilt Binding – SEW Difficult?

Many people who see my baby quilts, especially those who sew, ask me the about making my quilt bindings.

Since my entire baby quilts are made with 100 percent baby flannel, which gives them the cuddly soft touch. With proper machine wash and dry, the baby quilt will only become softer with time. The binding needs to hold up overtime with the baby’s love and in the wash.

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