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Monday, December 09, 2013

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audrey

I never thought about ironing the binding in half before sewing the lengths together. Great tip! Hope your finale turns out to be impressive.:)

kate

Nuts! I've just sewn on a binding yesterday and you had a few tips here that I will definately be applying as of next time. I had the thought also yesterday that if I keep my left over binding strips in a box somewhere each time I finish a project that it would make at some point an interesting scrappy binding! Best tip is the not cutting off the edges until the binding is on - thanks Byrd!

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