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BUILD UP YOUR BINDING MUSCLES

Are you the person who loves, loves, loves binding your quilt? Or do you wish the quilt fairy would come in the night to finish things up for you? Or do you fall somewhere in between…

Well, whether you love binding or not, your quilt isn’t finished without it.

To make your binding as glorious as your quilt, you need more than the right tools and great skills—although these are important! It’s also important to have a grasp of the why and not just the how for choosing and adding the appropriate binding to your quilt.

So, let’s go a little beyond the basics and understand the strategies for success.

And oh, by the way, there is no quilt fairy available to bind your quilt for you…

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