How about a little tutorial today--- I am thinking that most of us have our 'own' spaces for sewing, but even when we do we travel with out sewing goodies....often it is sometimes just to the next room. That wouldn't be because we have to many sewing items? of course not! So, without looking further into the reasoning....let's just assume that we are all wealthy sewers who get to go on a lot of sewing retreats or have our own in our home and we need something that is portable and moveable.....but most importantly Usable!!
Girls-- IT'S FOCUS FRIDAY and the last post on How to bind a Quilt!!!! This is where the non-traditional Binding of Quilts comes in. This last day is going to be filled with ways to bind a quilt, but really it is how to do something different so you don't have to bind a quilt. hee hee I am useing the word 'binding' very loosly here. Don't get all huffy on me now. I know technically it isn't a true bind, but get over it. The quilt gets finished and the edge is cute. I am trying to show you that you don't have to do the traditional binding to have a beautiful finished quilt.....and to tell you the truth- sometimes these little edgeing are cuter than the 'traditional'. So get your outside the box glasses on and take a look at what else we can do to those edges. These tutorials are great. Perfect patterns for beginners and advanced sewers.