Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Sewing binding. Get inspired and try out new things.
See how to finish binding on a quilt - the easy way!
Camilla Weathers saved to Quilts
How to Join Quilt Binding Ends Step by Step complete with video
Debby Ahlin Miloff saved to Binding
Learn how to machine bind a quilt in just a few easy steps! This is the best way to sew quilt binding quickly and accurately.
A complete tutorial on how to sew binding on a quilt. This video tutorial shows how to sew binding strips and attach it seamlessly to the edges of a quilt.
Go-Go Kim saved to Quilting tips and tutorials
These are the best 3 ways how to sew bias tape on the edge of your fabrics and projects. Join it together with necklines, hems, etc.
One way to ensure a neatly finished bias binding is to stitch the binding to the right side using the machine and then once it is folded to the wrong side you can stitch it by hand with an invisible whip stitch. This will eliminate the problem that a lot of people have of either having the stitching showing or areas of the binding on the wrong side not being caught in the stitching. If you like the idea of not being able to see the stitches but do not want to do any hand sewing- you can...
National Sewing Circle saved to Sewing Techniques
Mitered corners are a great way to create professional looking results when sewing corners. Many times mitered corners are associated with quilts or other projects that are being finished with some kind of a binding. However, Stacy Grissom demonstrates how to create a mitered corner while doing a double fold hem around the edge of a project.
National Sewing Circle saved to Sewing Tips
Do you have a go-to size to cut your binding? Have you ever tried a different size to see what effect you would get? I thought I would do a little experiment to show you different sizes and what they look like all sewn up! Here, I have four different sized strips: 2”, 2¼”, 2½” and 3”. I quilted up some sample swatches with a layer of 100% cotton batting in the middle. If you like to use thicker batting or thicker fabric like flannel or Minky, you may want to adjust the cut size to…
April Spolnicki saved to Quilting
Learn how to bind a quilt with a sewing machine only. We're sharing our secrets and tips that yield great-looking binding every time!
Laurie Sarina saved to Sewing