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1425 South Airport Rd West
Suite G
Traverse City, Michigan, 49686

Better Bindings By Machine

Your quilt bindings are the final frame for all your hard work!  With the many useful techniques you'll learn in this class, your bindings can include  smooth mitered joints, nice and neat mitered corners, and a beautifully smooth joining of the tails.  We will also cover how to finish your bindings by hand or machine, and how to make a fun faux piped binding!

Supply list
Sewing machine with manual and walking foot
Fresh Topstitch or quilting needle, size 90/14
Rotary cutter and small mat
Fabric clips & pins
Erasable Marking Pen
CutRite Bind Up Tool
Folded Corner Clipper Tool
Two 2-1/2 or 2-1/4 inch x WOF strips 
One strip of solid fabric, 1-1/2 inches x 15-20 inches
2 Practice "sandwiches"* one approximately  18" x 9", one  9" x 9"
* For practice quilts, layer 2 fabric pieces with batting in between, then stitch through all layers in a few places to hold it together. A walking foot works well for this.  Then trim the sandwich making sides straight and corners square. 

Instructor: Tawni

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1425 South Airport Rd West
       Suite G
       Traverse City, Michigan 49686