Sandi, What a wonderful tutorial!! I have been doing table runners with these types of corners for a couple of years and they always turned out wrong. You are so talented and I love everything that you do. Theresa. I could use help with curves? Thank you for posting the tutorials with so many helpful photos. Binding is applied to this edge. I have an eight-sided table topper, completed in Nov/Dec 2009, that needs binding. After hand-sewing that corner, it will look like this. I also found a new pattern on your site—hexagone table topper. Binding is applied to this edge. I always ended up with to much fabric and could never figure out why, Thank you I will try this the next time I make something with odd corners. Thanks for the great explanation and photos for binding odd angle corners. I have a question for you. No binding (pillowcase method). Continue sewing around the entire quilt using the inside and outside angle methods. Yours are beautiful! I’ve been looking for some really good table runner patterns for a long time. Yay! I cant wait to try it this weekend. 3. Happy New Year! After completing the detailed process of sewing a quilt (see How to Make a Quilt) the last step is to bind the edges with fabric to give your quilt a “finished” look.This article details the process for making binding strips and using them to bind your quilt. Thank you for all you have shown this past year, from tips, photos, redo’s of your home and family fun! I have been putting off completing them because often I get a ‘nipple’ in the corner when putting binding on these angles. that was SUPERMEGAHELPFUL! Start sewing towards the corner. ~Rita, I just made my first ever quilt as you go project it is a table runner and I didn’t know how to turn the corners because there not normal corners . Fold the first corner of the binding over to form an angle. Thanks so much for the demo. Mar 14, 2018 - This tutorial demonstrates how to finish your quilt that has irregular edges using a facing instead of binding. Thank you for the great tutorial! To hand-stitch the back in place, prepare several lengths of thread. Step 1: Begin with a quilt top that you have finished quilting. Quilt binding is often the last step in finishing a quilt and an important one! Finishing Irregular Quilt Edges Without Binding. If I had more time, I would finished off the quilt edge by making a hexagon facing (see Bad Skirt for her drool worthy tutorial). With your long binding strip pressed in half, align the binding’s raw edges to the quilt’s raw edges on the front side of the quilt. Press the binding in half lengthwise and press. I have just been binding a table runner that has 135 degree corners – a quick web search brought up your excellent instructions which made what could have been a problem an easy job. The Secret Garden Runner pattern is calling my name! You do beautiful work. I’m going to demonstrate on this topper that I just finished machine quilting. They can really change the decor of your home so much and add just the right touch! I experimented on a runner once before with odd corners and they came out okay – but that pin tip is the trick. I would like to try! The pictures really help! I love your patterns. Happy New Year! I love your patterns!!! Your blog is awesome, always is. I haven’t tried anything other than a straight 90 degree corner, but I’d like to! Bring the binding over the quilt edge so that the double folded edge just covers the seam line (by just under 1/8”) and use a hot iron to press in place. Turn binding to the front and stitch through all the layers, covering the binding stitching line (I use a serpentine stitch). It was so helpful to have the too little, too much photos. Wish I had read this just a few weeks earlier:). nothing like a new (quick!) I really like the what if I do it wrong pictures also. Happy New Year! Learning a new technique is definitely a great reason!! boy you make that look easy. It’s good to know that this method works on other angle sizes too. I have no problems with square bindings but anything else throws me for a loop. You’re pictures and instructions make it so much easier to understand. Pin if you need to, place the mark you just made under the presser foot and start sewing a quarter-inch seam. Very much appreciate the giveaway opportunity!! Thanks for the great tutorial – I’ve never tried anything other than straight corners! Now I DO want to try it. This is by far the best way to learn. I design and publish quilt patterns, along with a few other things. Your batting should be cut. I would like to share some hints about binding, as I assume you will learn more from that and hopefully it will be something that helps you improve your quilting in the new year. What a wonderful tutorial Heather!! By that, I mean anything greater than a 90-degree angle. Trim the edges and the quilt sandwich (back, batting and top) so no excess batting or backing can peep from the sides. Thank you. Quilt edges are often slightly irregular due to quilting. Sew the strips together, end to end. And what lovely quilts to learn on! Thanks! It’s frustrating to put all the work in and not have the binding turn out well. I’ve had a lot of requests for directions for my method of using a facing to finish an art quilt, instead of a traditional binding, so I decided it was time for a tutorial! Thanks for the demo. [email protected]
I am going back to read the one on inside corners also – I have a GMFG quilt to bind (that has been hanging around for 6-7 years for binding!) Yes, I’m one of those quilters who doesn’t like sewing bindings! I always struggle with corners on binding. After all, I assume most of you come here to learn something about quilting anyways. Stitch in the ditch or custom quilt as you like. Thank you for the info. I am binding a charm quilt which has a zig zag edge. Make sure to square the corners and trim off any excess batting and backing fabric. I’m glad it was there today when I needed to see it. Now, hopefully with your instuctions mine will look good. Now fold the binding straight up, so it makes a straight line with the raw edge of the quilt as shown. Your pictures are very clear and accurate. I have never drawn the corner before sewing but I can easily see where that will be a big help. The patterns, books, and samples that you show on your blog are always so perfectly classy! The most popular method is to use binding which protects the edges of your quilt from a lot of wear. 4. I am sure I need more practice. Mary Beth. Now it's time to join it to the quilt edge on the front of the quilt top: Line up the raw edge of the binding strip with the edge of the quilt where you're going to start . Heather you made a technical task much more doable to a learner quilter such as myself. Happy New Year! Then draw a line from the intersection to the corner of the quilt. That’s my way of learning, so I appreciate all your great pictures. The pictures of your home and area where you live are so wonderful as well. Laura. This looks very easy. Now at least I know what I was doing wrong! Mixing and matching dish sizes will create a quirky irregular effect. Cut 2 strips 2 1/2″ x the width of two opposite sides of your quilt–I usually start with the top and the bottom. Thank you so much for this tutorial. Thank you once again. Thanks for sharing! Your instructions are always spot on. I love how it’s turning out! You have confirmed what I had thought was the case. Now I insert a pin at a 90-degree angle from the outer point of the quilt. The following photos show a few examples of quilts or runner that have the type of corner that I just showed how bind. ( Log Out / It’s kinda what I’ve been doing, but now I see why it turns out sometimes, and sometimes doesn’t. I was so happy to read how to correctly do mitering on >90 deg. I’ll announce the winner in my next post, so be sure to check back then. Thanks for sharing. I always wondered if it was the same technique as a 90 degree corner. The final crease of the binding will stay folded so that all raw edges are enclosed. I’ve been working on SweePea for a few months now. Just love these patterns, such lovely colors so happy and cheery, thay would look great in my place, I would love to make them, could be great ideas as well, Just used your tutorial again, Thanks . Your tutorials are so easy to follow and helpful. I can’t wait to see what you come out with next! Place the fabric onto the cutting mat and use the quilting ruler and rotary cutter to cut 2 1/2-inch-wide binding strips. Thank you soooo much for showing us how to do these odd corners! Heather, thank you so much for these directions. Count me in – I would so love to try these out! I am a newbie at quilting. Thank you! Thanks so much! For this method, the quilt's backing fabric is trimmed straight and wrapped around to the front of the quilt and stitched in place to form the binding. 1. align the binding raw edges with the quilt raw edge and, using a 1⁄ 4" seam allowance, sew the binding to the quilt, beginning at least 4"–6" from a corner, and leaving a tail of about 4"–6" (on large quilts, leave a tail of about 12"). I love your tutorial, would love a chance to win those patterns!! Little engineer brain here read this and it all makes perfect sense. Would love to win one of your patterns! Great tips Heather. what a gold mine of tips. I’m going to try the drawn lines and pinning, to see if I can make my corners much better! After your quilt top has been layered with the back, batting and top, and then quilted; you cut off these raw edges. Start with the end of the binding where the pin is part way down one side of the quilt, with the beginning end (the pin end) of the binding about 12" from the corner. .. one uneven end of the tube. Thanks for the tips. Living in California I don’t see much snow and it’s a nice treat. I made my first tree skirt for this past Christmas and had so much trouble trying to bind it, I rounded those 135 degree corners and made bias binding!! I’m wanting to try and get into something other than square corners soon. I was so happy the day I found your blog! Thank you. My friend shared your site with me and I am delighted. The red dot in this photo shows where my stitching line ends and you can see that the binding is pulled all the way up. It seems very weird I know to attach the binding and then trim after but I think the reason for that is so you can make adjustments if needed, that gives you a … Use a ruler to lightly mark a cut line on the fabric. I also really admire your knitting endeavors. I’m doing a runner and placemats for my daughter for Christmas and with your turorial I can go ahead and finish it. Most useful information found. Thanks for the tips Heather. Thanks for the tutorial! Mary, I read all of your binding tutorials and now I’m ready to bind the five (or more) quilts stuffed in a bin under my bed because I didn’t want to tackle the job. It allows you to take the quilting all the way to the edge, can add a nice professional and more artful looking finish, (especially to a smaller quilt) and I also find quilts seem to hang better and flatter with this method. and bought a set of straw needles and quilting thread today, so I’m armed and ready for duty. Thanks Heather for all the great pictures with your tutorial! Fold the binding strip back so its square to the edge, notice how it creates a nice 45 deg angle. Thanks so much for sharing such detailed, useful tips. Thank you! Your sewing is SO neat. Lay your tape on the edge of the quilt, starting away from the corners; match the raw edges, and make a mark two to three inches from the beginning of the tape. I have struggled with the binding on a couple of projects with these angles. Thanks for the tutorial on binding. How To Finish A Shaped Quilt Edge Without Binding. just found your tutorial on binding odd out side corners and sure glad I did. Thank you, thank you, my corners have always humped alittle and I was so tired my trying to fix them. And our family also likes to graze on snacks while playing Rook. I’ve not done this before. Binding is an essential stage in the quilt making process, and with the help of this free eBook, you’ll start approaching binding quilts in a whole new way. They are great. Kind regards – Dawn. Jul 20, 2019 - Explore Marilyn Yvonne's board "Sewing Binding", followed by 350 people on Pinterest. It’s just another element of FINISHING – always the hardest part for me. It’s so easy to follow and I like the way you showed what it looks like when you do it wrong. Your patterns are beautiful and I would love to win them! How to Bind Scalloped Edges. Never thought it would be done in the same way as my regular binding. Thank you too, for the chance to win a pattern! Tip #2 – Flannel Binding This is a fun way to finish flannel quilts for children. Everything you teach is so clear. Irregular-Edge (Hexagon and Scallop) In one concise 32-page handbook, There's More Than One Way to Bind a Quilt, 10 of the most popular binding techniques are shown with clear, step-by-step photos, illustrations, and easy-to-follow text. Pick me. Wish I would have seen it before I bound my new tree skirt last month. Excellent tutorial!!! This is so much more clear than any of the other tutorials I have found. I will put a link to this post under my tutorials tab, so you can easily look up this post for future reference. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Have been quilting on and off for 10 years. Thanks for showing the wrong way, too! What a fun way to start a new year. Your photos are so well angled and makes it so easy to see exactly how this corner should be done. I would love to win the patterns for the darling runners. Love your work! There you go – something new learned in 2011 already -thanks I need to see how others do the hand stitching on the back. That is how I do my bindings for regular corners, but I liked the extra hints for lining your edges up and using the pin to get it just right. Thanks for the chance to enter! Anna. anne. Heather is a beautiful name. This one is gorgeous and I’d love to try it out for myself! The oopsies photos are a great help. You make it so easy. Thank you! Thanks for the giveaway. I will be following your tutorials from now on. I have yet to try an odd angle but when I do, I’ll be sure to come back here to do it right! Wow, this looks easy. For this method, the quilt's backing fabric is trimmed straight and wrapped around to the front of the quilt and stitched in place to form the binding. It’s very helpful! Your tutorial will help for my next runner. Sometimes also called “birthing” a quilt. I always enjoy reading your blog posts. Great way to start off the New Year with a chance to win a prize. How To: Finish irregular quilt edges By Robin Mansur; Quilting; This tutorial demonstrates how to finish your quilt that has irregular edges using a facing instead of binding. It was very informative and answered questions I had regarding binding “odd” angled quilts. Happy day! Interesting! I can’t seem to get enough of it! Thanks for the opportunity to win such a wonderful prize!! Thanks so much. Thanks for the tutorial. Good for quilts that will be used … Folding the quilt in half lengthwise and width-wise helps to make sure it is generally squared-up. I needed to attach binding to a tabletopper that didn’t have square corners and I wasn’t sure how to do it. I have the mitered corners down but since the quilt has a zig zag edge, I will have /\ corners and \/ corners, if you understand what I mean. Your batting should be cut. Thank you for this excellent tutorial. Enjoy all your photography too. I love your blog. I recently bought your shams book and it was perfect for what I needed! I love making hexagon things, or runners with odd angles. I am just wanting to begin quilting and am already excited to try this. With my binding in hand I followed Jaybird Quilt’s tutorial, and was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was to sew the binding down to the quilt top. Thanks for the instructions on another technique. You can use a ruler and rotary cutter for this purpose. The tutorial was great! Thank you for this great tutorial. Here’s a close-up of that again. Binding keeps the edges intact and can add another element to the quilt's design. Cool. I know this is a very old post, but I wanted to thank you for the great tips. Thankyou for the wonderful tutorial, patterns and your blog. I would love to learn how to sew binding that has strange angles. I’m going to be sure to bookmark it for future use! Stitch this edge down, starting and stopping ¼in from each corner, as before. wasn’t feeling well but happy I went with them. This was the best tutorial I could find, thanks! Feb 4, 2013 - This tutorial demonstrates how to finish your quilt that has irregular edges using a facing instead of binding. Sew the quilt top and back together, 1/8 inch from the quilt top’s folded edge, all the way around the quilt. I am in the process of binding a Double Wedding Ring quilt and it has lots of corners. It seems like a tedious process, … The pictures and explanation were great – particularly where you showed us how it would look if we got too much or too little fabric in the fold. I haven’t attempted any shapes other than square or rectangle quilts. Thank you so much for this tutorial!! Any hints on binding these? I was wondering how this would be done. I would love to try it! B y sA r A h An n sM i t h o N t HE edge permitersFeCt For sarah’s instructions on how to make a perfect miter with any width of bias binding, check her blog entry dated July 20, 2007. It was really helpful that you also included pictures of how one can do wrong, and what the result will be. Love your patterns and would love to add to my collection of yours. very easy to follow and understand. The heat of the iron helps to set the glue. Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge and skill in such easy but detailed directions. The extra layer adds durability to a quilt's edges. As mentioned above I like to use the backing fabric for the binding, it’s a bit of a cheat and the finish isn’t as clean as using proper binding, but at this point I usually just want to get it done quickly (in this case the baby was already two weeks old, so the gift was long overdue! I was not happy with my results when I tried to bind a table runner with those angles, but now I know I can do it! I enjoy your patterns I love the Diamond Diva. I am rushing into my sewing room now and hope to be placing the finished topper on my table this weekend. Our bindings are usually cut 2 1/4″ to 2 1/2″ wide (and then folded), but for this irregular edge, cut it at just 2″ on the bias. What a bunch of beautiful examples! I will have to try that pin trick. This is not how you want this to look and this also happens by getting your pin in Step 5 in the wrong spot. A knife-edge finish is also called knife-edge binding, but it’s really not a true binding. As you can see, there are a total of eight 135-degree corners on this topper/tree skirt. If you would like to try it, I will give away a set of these patterns and books to one lucky reader! I appreciate your detailed instructions and photos along with the what not to do stuff! Yeh more material to buy. This technique is great for quilts pieced out of large hexagons. You break it down and with the pictures I always find it so easy to follow. I’ll be sharing a link back on my blog. That was an awesome tutorial on unusual binding corners. I LOVE the patterns as well. Great pattern and tutorial. You should have quilted together all of your squares into your desired pattern. It’s my goal to try some new quilting techniques this year, so hopefully I win! Your video on how to bind was excellent. As many have already commented, your examples are all so beautiful! Here goes. At last I can finish it. I’m feeling much better now. Thanks so much. Great inspiration! Starting at the top and the bottom edges of your quilt, cut two strips of fabric each 2" wide and a wee bit longer then your top and bottom edges. I love your patterns. Sometimes it gets tricky when you need to bind a quilting project with irregular edges. . Instructions for cutting the binding strips. Thanks for the great tutorial – the step-by-step pictures are very helpful. Flip the quilt over and begin pressing the binding to the reverse, extending this fold all the way to the end of the binding along one side. Taper the edges of the quilt coming towards the corner starting about an inch away. Thank you for the tutorial. Great tutorial! Nice to know you gals are out there to help us. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. I love your hex star pattern, that is SO CUTE! Thank you for making my “quilting life” much brighter and satisfying. Fold the binding down toward you as shown. Cut 2.5 inches wide binding strips along the grain of your choice, trimming off the selvage edges. Thanks for the tutorial Heather! Thanks for the opportunity to tey something new. I was working on a project with odd angles, so this was just what I needed to make a perfect binding. Thanks for the great tips. Nice to find out that as a self-taught quilter, I actually do something right! Your photos are great for showing when you don’t make that turn just right…..wonderful, wonderful. It works a treat. Thank you! I use the ¼″ foot for this. Thanks so much! Cheers Joanne. when you’re ready to use one of the techniques, be sure to read through all of the steps before proceeding. ( Log Out / I will discuss two methods for getting a quilt ready for binding. The folded edge should be facing in toward the quilt top. To make a facing for your art quilt, you will make a “frame” for the quilt back out of 2 1/2″ strips. After doing the hand-sewing, that corner will look something like this. Thank you, thank you!! Barb. Thanks, Heather. Thanks for the give away. Thank you for this tutorial! Thanks to for the chance to have the patterns…you just can’t have too many table toppers!!! Love your blog! I especially liked how you showed what happens when you don’t do it correctly. Pick me, pick me, pick me! I just finished a tree skirt with those angles. Thank you for sharing all these great tips. Your clear instructions are a great gift! I haven’t done any quilts other than rectangles or squares and would like to branch out, so this will be very helpful. On the Scallop Edge, it's not … To add mitred corners on quilt binding, use a binding clip to hold the corner, fold the binding back down onto your quilt, aligning the raw edges along the next side. I got the method I used on You Tube.And although they turned out not bad, your clear instructions would have been better. (rather than a Roast Beef or the like). I have a few quilts that are ready to be bound, so I am going to try your method one those. I have struggled with bindings like that several times and I was never very happy with the results. Wendy writes: I love your web site and find it very useful. Quilt binding can be sewn to the quilt in several ways, and one method uses continuous double-fold strips of fabric, which are long fabric strips folded in half to create a double layer before sewing. Wish me luck! You are such a talented quilter….I love your tablerunners as well as all of your other projects! What a fun pattern you designed with great directions as well. My family has been known to have contests to see who can eat the most pancakes. Good tutorial. Thanks for the chance to win. Binding intimidates me so yes I need the patterns! I really appreciate the time you spend in making this tutorial. Thank you! Thanks for the tips. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Thanks for the tutorial. Now I understand why my corners turn out the way they do. Thank you for sharing that much needed information… I have used the inside corner tutorial and found it very helpful. Today I remembered that I saw this a while back in your blog. I’ve only made one quilt, with regular 90-degree angles, and I didn’t have too much trouble with those. Hope you have a wonderful year. I just finished the Diamond Diva table toppers and runner – but was unsure of how to bind those corners! Can’t wait to try this out, especially if I win. Those patterns are adorable. Apply binding to a quilt in 6 easy steps. Here from Podunk Pretties! I am a newbie as well, and your tutorial made it simple to bind my hexagon table topper & place mats. The red dot in this photo shows where my stitching line ends and you can see that the binding is pulled all the way up. Thanks Heather for another great tutorial. Your tutorial came to my rescue. This kind of opens up the inside angles and makes the binding less bulky. The tuck is much to small. . I have several of yours, but not this one. Drawing pencil lines and using a pin to get the fold just right will be a great help! I have used your inside corner binding tips often and look forward to trying more of your techniques. Great tutorial! My son bought me two of your books for Christmas but I’d love to have more Thanks so much for the giveaway. (in this case you put your pin too high up). Now I insert a pin at a 90-degree angle from the outer point of the quilt. Continue around the edge of the quilt, gluing, pressing and adding clips; the glue works quickly so the clips don’t need to stay in place for long. Thank you for tip! Review this quilting instructional video to quilt a complex border finish. Either way, it’s just an excuse to hang out a little longer and enjoy more food! Facing Art Quilt Edges Tutorial. I had completed a one block wonder and did not square my quilt thus hexagonal with odd angles and inverted corners. Great tutorial! Thanks again P.S. You make it look so easy. Press under 1/4″ on one long edge. See how there isn’t quite enough fabric to make a nice mitered corner? We spent New Year’s Day as we always do, eating New Year’s pancakes. Place clips to hold everything in place. Review this quilting instructional video to quilt a complex border finish. Audrey April 14, 2020 IraRott Tutorials Animal Quilt, Animal Rug, IraRott Quilting, Irregular Quilt Edges, Modern Quilting, No Binding, Quilt Rugs, Quilting, Quilting Tutorial Leave a comment. After hand-stitching the binding, the corner should look like this: There are a few things to watch out for, and they usually involved getting too much fabric or not quite enough fabric into the tuck/miter at the corner. Like sewing bindings years ago that had the confidence to do stuff and so available! Ideas about quilts, quilt binding, bias binding, mitred corners be.: begin with a fancy edge, it will fit exactly over the edge of the quilt binding. Sharing a link back on my list finished except for the irregular binding,. 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