Monday, July 5, 2010

Faux Piped Binding Tutorial

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Faux Piped Binding Tutorial

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191 comments:

Anne Ida said...

Oh, that binding looks so nice! Love it! And you have made a great tutorial!! I'm gonna save it and try it sometime :o)

peaknits said...

What a unique binding! I often avoid piping because it's futzy - but this seems really possible! Thanks for sharing!

Jodie said...

That is very very similar to how I learned to do all my quilt binding--I never thought of doing an accent piece though.... will have to try that someday.

Cathi said...

What a great tutorial -- I am bookmarking this post to come back to when I have a quilt on which I want to use this method!! Thank you. :-)

Lynz said...

OMG! So now I'm desperate to make a runner to try this out! That is so cool.

Lynne said...

Great tutorial and I will definitely come back and let you know if and when I try it!

traceyjay said...

so helpful! Beautiful binding! :)

Thank you. :)

Jackie said...

LOVE how this looks! I'm going to save and try the binding technique too. How tricky is it to get the corners just right?

MichelleB said...

Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous. Did I say Fabulous? I can hardly wait to try it!

Alexis said...

Fancy trick- great tutorial, thanks Trisha! Your mani looks fab too :-)

Shayla Sharp said...

Great tutorial--and your mitered corners are so perfect (something I'm working on)! This belongs in a magazine article, you should submit it. :)

Vicki W said...

Fabulous! Thanks for the detailed photos!

audrey said...

I love it!!!!! I'm totally posting a link to this tute on my blog! did I already say I love it?!

Kim Walus said...

What a great way to do a piped binding. I love it and will definitely use this method on a future quilt. Thanks for the great tutorial and all of the detailed pictures.

Wendz said...

Brilliant binding idea that looks great, will definately try it. Great tutorial. Thank you.

lou said...

nice job!

Lynz said...

I've done it!!! Totally user friendly tutorial, great job! Thank you!!!

http://domesticlightandmagic.blogspot.com/2010/07/faux-piped-binding.html

Jan Marie said...

I love the look of piping. I will definately be trying this.

grammy and papi said...

Loved the piped binding...added that special touch to the quilt. Your tutorial was very easy to follow. I'm looking forward to trying it in the future.
THanks for sharing

Have a God Filled Day
Shirley

Penny said...

Wow! You make it look so easy! I'm making a runner,so will definitely give this method a try. Will let you know if I succeed! Totally awesome!!! Thanks.
http://pennyshands.blogspot.com/

Des said...

wow, great tutorial Trisha!

and love that green dot binding!!

julieQ said...

Oh, I have to try this!! Thank you, I am so excited to given this a try...

Suzanne said...

Wow! This was so helpful! I am excited to try it. I have been quilting for 5 years and always sew my binding down by hand. I love the way it looks but really I never did it by machine because I didn't know how to do it well and was afraid of "ruining" a quilt with a poorly machine sewn binding. Your tutorial was super! It answered a lot of questions on how to make it look really nice. Thank you!

scraphappy said...

What a great look, sometimes a little extra color is just right on the edge. I especially like the way it gives you a spot to machine stitch on the top.

Millie said...

This is SO seriously GORGEOUS! I love it! Thank you SO much for this great tute!

casserole said...

This is so cool!!! I found your tutorial via Field Trips in Fiber, and love this idea so much! I blogged about your faux piping over at Craft Gossip Sewing:
http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-use-faux-piping-for-an-easy-seam-finish/2010/07/10/

--Anne

susan said...

what a great idea and tute! thanks so much, i will definately have to try it. i found this post via craftgossip via doll quilt swap!

Regina said...

I saw this on CraftGossip - it looks GREAT!!! It's also a nice solution when you don't have quite enough fabric to do a full folded binding - this can help 'stretch' that while giving you the fun accent!!!

"Lois Grebowski" said...

I caught this on Craft Gossip and came on over. Thanks for sharing this idea. :-D)

Mimi said...

Awesome tutorial and the piping with the binding is a swish idea... I am going to give it a try on something small. Thanks for sharing!

Little Birdie Secrets said...

That is FABULOUS! I can't believe how easy it is for how great it looks! I will definitely be trying this on my next quilt. Thanks!

Sue H said...

Thank you for your tutorial. I was looking for a different binding technique for a couple of hot pads, and they turned out great.

artisania said...

Brilliant brilliant, a thousand thanks! I'm definitely giving this one a try :)

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

As many quilts as I have made I can improve my binding. I have a hard time ending. I need to read and reread this post. Thank you.

Amy Eileen Koester said...

This is just fabulous! I am going to try it on the quilt I'm finishing today. I found your tutorial on Dale Anne Potter's blog.

Heather said...

Your tutorial is absolutely wonderful! I just finished this on a baby quilt and I love how it looks! Thank you!

manos de chicureo said...

This is new for me, I do not know. Thanks for sharing. I'll try to do it.
Yasmin
www.patchworkmipasion.blogspot.com

Tru@TRU TALES FEATS said...

I don't do quilts, but I think this would be handy anytime you want a piped finish. Great tutorial and great quilt!

Sherry said...

Your quilt is fabulous! Thanks for sharing your great tutorial.

quiltygal said...

Oh how great going to try it on some small quilts Im making fro the Special Care nursery at work...Thankyou Great pics too very clear explaination

Debbie Kelly said...

Thanks for the tutorial of the faux piping I love little quilts looks like a great place to try the technique
Debbie Kelly http://somewhereinstitches.blogspot.com

lil misses' mama said...

i am not a quilter, though i hope to one day set aside my love of sewing clothes for my daughters to tackle a quilt...anyways, your quilt caught my eye--it is so beautiful and fun fun fun! i love the fabrics you chose and just wanted to say it is lovely!

teaginny said...

Thanks for this tutorial. I will be trying this asap! Awesome idea!!

SplendorFalls said...

I'm excited to try this techinque! Can you tell me more about how the back looks? Should the stitches line up with the seam or will you have stitches running along side of the entire binding on the back? (hope that made sense) Thanks!

Dana said...

That is a beautiful quilt and your tutorial is just wonderful! I love the look and you explained it beautifully. Thanks!!

Mary said...

I can't wait to try this! Thank you for taking the time to put this tutorial together :)

Marsha said...

A lady who cut fabric for me at Hancock's Fabric tried to explain this to me, but by the time I got home I had forgotten, so I lost my nerve to try it. Now, I have a beautifully detailed and illustrated lesson on how to do it. Thanks so much! I found this because someone posted it on Stashbuster.com

kathysews said...

Oh. My.Goodness. That was wonderful. I can't wait to try that. Thanks so much!

Mavis said...

I am just finishing off a baby quilt and am going to try this binding. Great job! The photos were nice and clear and explained the method very well. thank you!

Roslyn said...

Great idea when you don't want to fuss with a piping, thanks for posting!
I love piped binding- I have tuts on my blog for a couple of different machined bindings & I will add this technique to my repertoire!

Katell, France said...

I love this faux-biding border ! Thanks for sharing this top idea !

Jen of ReannaLily Designs said...

Oh man, that is really cool. I have to add it to my to-do list as well.

TJ and Whitnee said...

I'd like to share a link to this tutorial on sewwhattoday.blogspot.com on September 17!

The One and Only said...

FABULOUS tutorial!! Loved it and will definitely use it in the future!!

Cristina said...

I just finished my first quilt using your binding method. I love it!!! I'm a relatively new quilter/ sewer (is that a word?) and I have exactly zero hand sewing skills. I've been doing less than fabulous machine binding, but this is for sure my new go to method. Thank you thank you thank you!!!

PegF said...

I've used this method for binding my quilts for years and never could understand why people have trouble with theirs. Your piping trick is a wonderful addition that I look forward to using! Thanks for all the work involved in making such an explicit and well-thought-out tutorial. Much appreciated!

Kristin said...

I love both the piping and quilt. Any way we can get a tutorial or the quilt itself or where I can I find directions/pattern?

Brigitte said...

thank you so much for this GREAT tutorial, clever idea. I'll give it a try soon, for shure
greetings from Germany Brigitte

Mila@Rimbun said...

this tutorial really helps for a beginner like me.. thank you so much

plima quilts! said...

Thanks for that tutorial -- I am def. going to try this on my next WIP!
Quick question -- I love your quilting, the stitch length looks beautiful. Mind sharing what your setting is, and what thread you are using?
Thx!!

Jaciqltz said...

This was shared on quilt group and it is just amazing! Is there a PRINTER friendly version I can hang on my sewing room wall???

Barb said...

That is so awesome....thanks so much!!!

Kathy said...

Thank you so much....I found the link over on Dotty's site....great idea.

Linda said...

Love this tutorial!!! Can't wait to try it. Thanks for posting.

Andi said...

I used your tutorial this week and have posted about it here:
http://patchandi.blogspot.com/2010/11/my-creative-space-aka-fancy-shmancy.html
Thanks for a great tutorial.
Andi :-)

Jen said...

This is awesome! I've never done my binding all by machine but this seems to really be great in that you have an automatic guide to sew down b/c of the faux pipping! I must try this!

Linda T said...

Thanks so much for your tutorial - such a classy look. I'll have to try it sometime soon.

I was wondering about the blocks on your blog header. What are they called? I'd love to try them sometime!

ltenhage@gmail.com

free indeed said...

Love this idea for faux piping! I have used this method when I would make ruffles for curtains or pillows making them look like there are two ruffles. Smart smart!

Helen said...

Great tutorial. So - so easy. A much easier way to the same finish than a workshop I recently did. Thanks for sharing.

mariarrosa said...

Love it!

Anna said...

Wow, thanks for the tutorial. Great looking binding!

Courtney said...

I just found this tutorial via CluckCluckSew, and it is LOVELY! I cannot wait to try this!!! Thank you :)

Within A Quarter Inch said...

How lovely! and ingenious. Great tut, thanks!

Allison from SeamedUP.com

Lies Bos said...

thank you for your tutorial, I love the way you made this binding.

Eileen said...

This sounds really neat--thank you! I intend to try it soon.

Helen said...

This is a great tutorial. So easy to follow and such an easy and quick way to achieve this look. I did a workshop on the same look but it was so much harder and I would say the finished binding wasn't near as fine as yours. Thankyou. You will see the finished quilt when I go to my daughters next as she will send a photo to you.
Keep up the good work. Thanks again.

Andrea said...

I'm here to ditto the question in post #44... what does the back look like up close? In some places my seem landed on the binding and looks like patootie...and other places, it landed just a ways off the binding - not sure what it's supposed to look like. I'm debating ripping the whole thing out and trying again. (Thank goodness it's only doll quilt size)...but it'd be helpful to know up close what my end product should sort of look like.
Thanks! Other than that, everything in this tutorial was easy to follow!
clark 6703 at earthlink dot net

Miranne said...

A great tutorial - and a very clever way of doing it. Will have to try. Thank you so much for sharing!

Catholic Bibliophagist said...

This is brilliant! Definitely a keeper. I'll be trying this on my next quilt. It looks so much nicer than my regular machine binding.

flisa said...

Thank you for this great tutorial! I would like to put a link on my blog if that`s ok.

Kati said...

Thanks so much for posting this tutorial. I used it on a quilt I made for my mom for Christmas. It turned out fabulous.

http://www.fromthebluechair.com/2010/11/12-days-of-christmas-quilt.html

QuiltyGirl said...

I love this tutorial!

And I just saw that you're in Seattle! My family is relocating there, as soon as we sell our house in central IL. Hubby has been out there since June for work.
Small world! :)

Karen said...

What a great tutorial!! I have never seen this method - but can't wait to try it. Thanks!

Hirano Family said...

LOVE the nails!!!

Anonymous said...

That is great! I've seen this tute before and am so glad for the reminder! I have taken some notes and will be practicing soon! Not a new quilter, but still a novice! Thank You for taking the time to teach!

Penny said...

I've never seen this method before and I can't wait to try it! I have a throw that I'm quilting for my husband and should finish today, I haven't made the binding yet so this is timely!
Thanks!
Penny

Bry said...

This is a fantastic tutorial and I am totally bookmarking it! And I am so amazed at how beautiful your corners came out! Even the accent color part of the binding is mitered just perfectly!

Kristie said...

This looks awesome! I am going to give it a try tonight :-) thanks so much for the awesome tutorial!

Anonymous said...

Fabulous tutorial!!!Thank you, gracias, merci !!!!!
I love it!!!!!!
BNC

Anonymous said...

WOW! what a great way to create piping. I can't wait to try it and wow my frineds at our February retreat!

Quilter in the Gap said...

I would love to try this but sure hope you are still answering questions about it first.

(a) If you offset the two colors before you sew them together by what appears to be 1/4" and then them 1/4" from the edge (at least this is what pic looks like) how are you possibly catching the bottom fabric?

(b) I too would like to see pics of the back. Is it fairly easy to line up the two seams (front and back)?

c said...

this is the wrong place for me to ask, but I dont know how else to contact you. the header on your site, has a gorgeous block...what is that called and how do I do it? thanks carol c aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

Heidi @ Honeybear Lane said...

What a great tutorial! Thanks! You made that binding look so nice and neat and straight and even. That takes talent!

Heidi
www.honeybearlane.com

Teresa said...

This is definitely something I want to try! You make it look so easy and your instruction is clear...I'm making a baby quilt for a gift...this will be a very nice touch to add to my simple beginner quilt...

SewCalGal said...

Excellent tutorial. This definitely goes into my list of favorites. Thank you for sharing.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Came over from Sew Cal Gal's blog. This is great! Thank you so much - way less work than using a separate binding!

knitnoid said...

Wow. Love the binding. I may have to make something just to use this technique. I followed the link on SewCalGal's blog to get here.

Pamela said...

This is great. I am making a little baby quilt for a friend and I want to try this out on hers. Great, easy tutorial. I will link to your tutorial!!

Marjorie said...

Can't wait to try this - what a great idea!

bingo~bonnie said...

what a great tutorial! Your piped binding makes a great finishing touch to the quilt. I've never seen it before - and now after seeing your photos I think I can do it! :)

Thanks for sharing! Love from Texas! ~bonnie

Jodi-JoJoMia's Place said...

Really neat method! I can't wait to try it.

GerryART said...

Patch Andi told me about your tutorial when I asked about it when viewing her current post.
This is the best ! ! !
I am going to give this a try.

Hugs,
Gerry

Linda said...

This is wonderful! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I am a beginning quilter, age 79. I can follow this tutorial very well, and will print it off. I will practice on hot pads and place mats to start.
Thank you. Carolyn

narniagirl said...

Tonight I am using your method of binding for the second time. I love it! I am having trouble making my corners--the piping is not meeting to make a right angle. What am I doing wrong?

Carmen said...

I love this tutorial and binding technic. I have been using it for months now. This blog is marked as a favorite on my computer. Thank you TLC.

June D said...

Thank you for documenting your steps to doing this binding. I especially like that you showed what to to on the right side at the end when you fold the corners back. I'm thinking my next attempt at binding will turn out better than my last one!

Star said...

That was a great tutorial and a fabulous end result! Thank you very much! I found you through Stumble Upon.

Homemother said...

I share your tutorial with everyone who makes a comment about the difficulties or non-creativeness of binding. It's so easy to follow! Thank you so much! You've made lots of sewers/quilters happy!

Marti said...

I followed your link from Shared Creativity. What a great binding method. I'm going to try this on my next quilt.

cookie234 said...

I will be trying this tomorrow as soon as I get back from the LQS. Neeed to finish a baby quilt by Friday.

cookie said...

great tutorial. sure will give this one a try this afternoon.

piecedgoods said...

Thanks for the tutorial! I can't wait to try this. I love that the whole thing is machine stitched down too.
I 'Pinned' it to my tutorial board on Pinterest. (With credit and linked to you!) It's my way of bookmarking and sharing. Hope that's ok, but if it's not, let me know and I'll take it down!

Becca Quilts said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. I used this at quilt camp last week to get 5 things bound (3 baby quilts and 2 wall hangings) and had to give about 2 dozen impromptu lessons on the technique. Everyone loved how easy it was to bind their quilts using this method.

JenelTX said...

That was a great tutorial! Thank you for sharing. The piping looks great!

Khris said...

Thanks for sharing your tutorial. I have posted about it on my Freebies blog too...Khris

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

great tutorial...very clear instructions! (and great nails too!!)
I love the look of this, and will have to try it out. Do you take care when sewing the front piping down where your stitches are on the back. I often find that I kind of wander a bit on and off the binding edge on the back.

Juidmie said...

Thank you for this great tutorial. For the first time a was able to make a "good looking" binding.
Kerstin

Elisia said...

Obrigada pelo tutorial para alguém que está começando como eu isso é muito importante.bjsss
Elisia Barros

Angie said...

Brilliant tutorial, I use this method all the time now and I love it, Thank you.

Sunni @Love Affair with my Brother said...

This is such an amazing idea! I have never seen this and it would have taken me "the long way" to figure it out! Thanks for the tutorial!

Anna Lena Land said...

Wow, thanks to someone pinning this on Pinterest, I just discovered your post. Can't wait to try it. Thanks so much for the great tutorial.

Meg Tryba said...

This is great! Thanks for posting it. I have a quilt in progress with it, and just shared this page on my Facebook for Nutmeg Quilts. I hope you don't mind.....:)

Nutmeg Quilts said...

I just posted on my blog and on Facebook about your technique for faux piped binding. Thank you so much for this! I just love my little thirties quilt!

Jovita said...

Great tutorial, thanks for sharing!

Clare D. said...

Thanks for sharing this! I need to quilt again! Can you tell me the name of the technique or pattern in your blog header picture? cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

elliesue said...

Did you do your quilting first, before you put in the faux binding, or afterwards? I did mine a little wider than yours and haven't yet done the quilting as it really isn't the binding, it is the border, if you get what I mean. So I will have to quilt it after I add the border.

Nutmeg Quilts said...

I just wrote a blog post with a link to you, about this technique. I used it to finish a 30's round robin wall quilt. I am thrilled with the results! Thank you so much!

Nutmeg Quilts said...

I just posted about your technique! I used it to finish a Round Robin wall quilt. I am thrilled with the results. Thank you!

Quilter422 said...

brilliant, well done tutorial with good pictures and details. thanks so much for sharing your technique!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Wonderful tutorial. I hope to try binding this way soon. Thanks.

Fran said...

Thank you! This is so great. I'd seen a similiar method before but forgot the details. I'm saving this so I can refer to it when I need a refresher!

Dora, the Quilter said...

Someone from the Treadle On list just pointed us to this post. I've done piped binding using a couple of other methods. Next time, I'll use your method. Thank you so much for sharing!

Sandra said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. Just found it on facebook.

Judy Blinkenberg said...

This tutorial is AWESOME!! Your quilt is amazing. I wonder if you would take the time and email me with your sewing stitch. It is so pretty. Is it a 3? I have an Bernina too. I love this tutorial and I will start following you. Thank you so much. Judy jlblvn@gmail.com

Glenda F.Thomas said...

Definitely, what a magnificent website and informative posts, I definitely will bookmark your blog.Have an awsome day!
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╰☆╮ Barb ╰☆╮ said...

Your tutorial just popped up on my screen today in my Stumbled Upon account, and I'm SO glad it did! I love the look of that binding, and love how you can machine stitch it and it will look awesome. Great technique - I am going to try it out this week!
Barb
mountainquiltworks.blogspot.com

humble heart designs said...

What a great lesson for all quilters.
I shall try this one very soon.
Love it, and thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Hi!

Could you please tell me where I can obtain the pattern of the quilt block shown at the top of your home page? It's the quilt block that the yarn and knitting needles are laying on.

Your tutorial are great. I especially love your tutorial on the faux piped binding and used it on a quilt. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

hayley said...

i LOVE this quilt!! thanks for the fun tutorial. i'll try that on my next quilt. oh, and i also LOVE the fabric!!

hayley said...

i LOVE this quilt!! thanks for the fun tutorial. i'll try that on my next quilt. oh, and i also LOVE the fabric!!

Team Blakely said...

I love this tutorial! I was wondering where you got the big green polka dot fabric that you used for the Faux Piped Binding. I was also wondering if you followed a pattern for the actual quilt and if so, where I could find that pattern.

My mother and I are trying to make two quilts for my two girls and we would love it to look like the one in this picture! I love it:).

Thanks so much,

Kristin

teamblakely@hotmail.com

agoldencomet said...

This is a great tutorial!! I hope you do not mind if I refer to it in my blog? I love piping and I will be trying this soon.
Thanks!!
Also, I love your modern look/colours etc., too!
Marilyn

Kristie said...

Your tutorial was great. Can't wait to try this on my next project. I pinned this on Pinterest with your link.

Mary said...

Thank you for the tutorial! I saw it on pinterest last week in the midst of making my first real quilt for my baby girl due in June. I just finished the binding tonight - it's not perfect, but I'm really pleased with it. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Awesome totally love it thank you so much clk

KevinB said...

A little late to the party, but love this technique. I learned a similar binding from Ricky Timms, but it was more involved and time consuming. This is amazing. Can I share it with my guild? They say the t-shirt quilt I finished using this binding and want me to teach it at our learning night.

Anonymous said...

I hope they are paying you well for it! Magazines have budgets for content, so ask for more than they originally offer and don't give your intellectual property away for free.

Tonya said...

I am so sad I missed the tutorial!! I was so excited to try it. ;( Anywhere else a similar tutorial is posted???

Mollie said...

AHHH! I pinned your tutorial a couple months ago, and now my baby quilt just got done at the machine quilters. Time to bind - baby is due in 4 weeks. But now it's gone! Is there anyway I can get a copy somehow??? mollie AT B Y U . N E T Pretty pretty please?

Jessica said...

Booo, I just found this from pinterest, but there is no tutorial, just a picture...sad:( I was really looking forward to learning a different binding technique.

Anonymous said...

I missed the tutorial but love the look of the binding. Please post the name of the magazine.

ilovemy4kids said...

About to cry! I saw this a couple of weeks ago, just got paid and bought the material to bind my daughters birthday quilt, and now I have the material (two colors) and no instructions! I have no clue what to do! HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

Angie said...

I'm not surprised a magazine snapped up your tutorial, it was quite something. I have send hundreds of folks over to look at it (maybe not really hundreds but certainly A LOT) I use it on everything now.. Thank You so much for 'inventing it'

Ellisue said...

Trisha, I mentioned my Table Runner on which I used your Faux Piping Tutorial. I found the tutorial easy to follow, and it just made my runner fabric stand out from the border. I have attached a photo of it on my blog if you would like to see it.
Elaine

Anonymous said...

OH NO!!! I was planning on using your piped binding method on the baby quilt I was making and now that the top is done, I came back to your tutorial today to find that it's gone. I guess several people are having this same problem. If there is anyway to also get quick instructions as the baby is do very soon, I'd be much appreciative! crystal_finney AT hotmail dot com

Also, congratulations on being picked for a magazine! It really is a great tutorial and a fabulous method.

Anonymous said...

I'm in the same boat! I knew I should have printed it out when I saw it but am trying to cut down my paper use.
I need the sizes to cut my fabric and complete my quilt. I hope the magazine is coming out soon.
Judie

eigenwillig said...

And another one missing that tutorial... *sigh*

Anonymous said...

I always shared your website with quilters having problems with binding. Your tutorial has made many converts!!! Congrats on your recognition!!!

Anonymous said...

I would LOVE to get the tutorial on binding, missed it like several others. Please and Thank You!

Thad and Julie said...

Missed the covetous tutorial as well! Where can I get this? ...pretty please?

Anonymous said...

Sad I missed this :(

Tammy Morrill said...

Would love to check this out in the magazine! Are you able to share details on which magazine and which issue yet?

Miriam said...

Would love to know when this tutorial will be printed in the Magazine. Can you give any more detail?

May said...

Love your binding, has the magazine published your tutorial? Your sewing is beautiful.

Mabes_Momma said...

Please share which magazine we can find this in!!!

Mabes_Momma said...

Please share what magazine we can find this tutorial in!!!

Anonymous said...

What magazine and what issue!

quilter4 said...

Any chance of getting information on your faux piped binding? Has the article been published? Would love to make this binding! Thanks so much.

Suzanne in VT said...

That is wonderful for you! I used your binding tutorial to complete a quilt earlier this year and LOVED how it looked, so I bookmarked it. I'm not ready to bind another one and came to your blog to use it again and discovered your wonderful news (oh, how I wish I had written down the instructions as I need to do the binding now).

I remember it was sewing 2 strips together and one was wider than the other and you sewed from the back and stitched to the front, but I don't recall the width sizes.

Can you share when this will be published and which magazine??? If it is soon I'll wait to finish my quilt

خياطة وتفصيل said...

thank you so much
happy nice day

Julie Snow said...

I cannot find the tutorial! Where is it?

Anonymous said...

Have been all over this blog and cannot find instructions!

sinnemahoning said...

Help!! Try as I might, I cannot not find the tutorial. Please help us.

Kari @ The Purple Quiltapotamus said...

I can't find the tutorial either. Am I missing something somewhere?

Melania said...

I cannot find the tutorial...can you tell me how to get to it, please?
Thank you!

Margo said...

I really wish you would put the tutorial back on your blog!! It's a great technique that I've shared with lots of quilty friends!

A Child of Christ said...

I have searched and searched after following from Pinterest but I can not find the actual tutorial either. Bummer. I hope that you will repost.

Danielle said...

I cannot find the tutorial either.

Terry said...

I could not find the tutorial either. Was it pulled down cause it is in the magazine?

pbs.seams said...

I can't find the tutorial either, love to read it.

NotionNanny said...

I am linking up to this tutorial, tomorrow on my blog. www.notionnanny.blogspot.com

I am doing 15 days of questions on binding for a demo I am doing in September.

Anonymous said...

Someone pinned your beautiful Faux Piped Binding picture without letting us know how to find the information. I finally tracked it down and darn! for some reason it won't give the tutorial. I see it was a couple of years ago, but am I just missing how to bring it up? Love your beautiful work!

SewCalGal said...

Congratulations on having your great tutorial published in a magazine. Hope you understand that I needed to remove this from my list of favorite tutorials, as my page is focused on those that are "live" on blogs. I had to direct someone to a link that isn't live.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

maureen said...

I have searched and searched for the piped faux binding and it always sends me back to the page that tells to buy the American Quilters magazine. Please tell me how to find the tutorial.
Thanks Maureen

quiltish said...

OK I'm confused... The magazine is no longer available and the tutorial no longer exists.... So will this information ever be reposted?

Vanina said...

I can't find the tutorial?! Can you tell me where it is?

Phyllis Blickensderfer said...

So sorry it's no longer available - it looks lovely on the quilt. Perhaps it can be posted again in the future?

Crow Calling Woman said...

Unable to find the tutorial. Did you take it down? A friend recommended this to me and I am eager to see how it is done. :)

handmadebyloni said...

Just found your blog and I would love to have the tutorial for the binding. Always looking for a better way to sew binding.

Trisha said...

For those of you still interested in the Faux Piped Binding tutorial, I have redone it as a PDF so you can download it and for easy printing. I had to wait a certain amount of time before I could legally repost it after it was featured in American Quilter Magazine. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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