binding irregular quilt edges

I struggle with regular binding so hopefully I have more success with odd angles. The pictures really help! Thanks for the great tutorial. I made this English paper pieced hexagon quilt for my fifth-born child’s first birthday. Sometimes also called “birthing” a quilt. Thanks for the binding help . Thanks for the tutorial. I need all the too-power I can get! This is very clear. Thanks for the detailed instructions. We are our own worst critic! Start sewing towards the corner. Love your pictures and description! Great way to start off the New Year with a chance to win a prize. Waves add. Thank you! Time to practice the new technique. Good for wall quilts. 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. Happy day! Good tutorial. Thanks, Heather. Instead of applying a binding, you simply sew around the edges of the quilt sandwich as if it were a giant pillowcase, leaving an opening on one side that’s big enough to turn the “pillowcase” inside out. Binding is applied to this edge. I have yet to try an odd angle but when I do, I’ll be sure to come back here to do it right! Fold back so the edge of the binding runs along the edge of the quilt. 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. 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. Thanks for the tutorial on binding. I have struggled with bindings like that several times and I was never very happy with the results. Yours are beautiful! nothing like a new (quick!) Your tutorial on inside corners was so easy to follow and I’m looking forward to trying this new one out too! Thank you for the tutorial on binding. I have used your binding tutorials a number of times. Front Of The Quilt. Binding can be made from a single layer of fabric, but two layers (called double-fold binding) are much more durable. Happy New Year. Lay the quilt top (and batting) on top of the quilt backing right sides facing. Thank you! By that, I mean anything greater than a 90-degree angle. Pick me, pick me, pick me! Thanks for showing the wrong way, too! Instructions for cutting the binding strips. I also found a new pattern on your site—hexagone table topper. Thanks for clearing all of that up! Thanks for the tutorial. Quilt binding can be constructed from a fabric that's already been used in the design, or with any other fabric that works with the layout. You have the best explanation I have ever seen. The facing method allows you to avoid mitering every corner. Once you turn the quilt right side out, you top stitch or blind stitch the open section closed. I have a few quilts that are ready to be bound, so I am going to try your method one those. You break it down and with the pictures I always find it so easy to follow. quilt edges. I would love too win your fabulous book!! Thank you for the chance. Great tutorial Heather- I still struggle some with the mitered corners on quilts and trying to get them so they lie the way they should. Thank you for tip! I could use help with curves? Wish me luck! Step 1. Review this quilting instructional video to quilt a complex border finish. I hope this helps you with your binding –  and gives you an excuse to start a new project to practice the technique! Wow, I love it. I have only done one runner that has odd angles and did have some minor difficulty. I love how it’s turning out! It is beautiful-Enjoy your blog so much-hugs, Marietta. Just finishing up the quilt, Gypsy Girl. Binding is applied to this edge. I’ve been working on SweePea for a few months now. Thank you for putting up this tutorial….well done!! just found your tutorial on binding odd out side corners and sure glad I did. You are such a talented quilter….I love your tablerunners as well as all of your other projects! (that point is hidden under my binding in this picture). Thank you! Hope you have a wonderful year. What a fun way to start a new year. ( Log Out /  Drawing pencil lines and using a pin to get the fold just right will be a great help! I made a table topper with pointed ends, I have been looking for ages for instructions for binding the points, then I found your blog. Thank you for an excellent tutorial. Great tutorial! Your tutorial will help for my next runner. The facing method allows you to avoid mitering every corner. Enjoy all your photography too. Yeh more material to buy. Make sure that the seams don’t fall in any of the corners — if they do, adjust the placement so that the seams are along a straight edge. This is by far the best way to learn. I would love to try it! Will look at them with my next quilt. The facing method allows you to avoid mitering every corner. What a wonderful tutorial Heather!! Thanks so much for sharing such detailed, useful tips. Thank you so much for this tutorial! Thank you for posting the tutorials with so many helpful photos. Each time I finish a quilt, they do get better. After your quilt top has been layered with the back, batting and top, and then quilted; you cut off these raw edges. Find the tutorial on Jaybird Quilts. It just takes a little practice. Regards, This came at just the right time for me. I love the pin idea for odd shape corners. Thank you so much! I’ll announce the winner in my next post, so be sure to check back then. project to ring in the New Year! Thanks for the instructions on another technique. 3. Thank you so much for the irregular binding tutorial. I learn so much by reading your blog. Heather is a beautiful name. Thanks so much! (rather than a Roast Beef or the like). I’m going to try the drawn lines and pinning, to see if I can make my corners much better! Thank you, thank you, my corners have always humped alittle and I was so tired my trying to fix them. Now at least I know what I was doing wrong! The photos of your home and studio are lovely, and there is always so much inspiration for me. I really hope to try it out soon. 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. Happy New Year! Either way, it’s just an excuse to hang out a little longer and enjoy more food! At which point I faced an conundrum: sew the back of the binding on by hand, or use my machine? Fold the first corner of the binding over to form an angle. Thanks for sharing this Heather. Very clear directions; I’ve tried to bind odd shaped corners before but this explains how to very completely. What a great teacher you are and love the visuals as always! This is a great tutorial. Now fold the binding straight up, so it makes a straight line with the raw edge of the quilt as shown. I finished a table runner with these same angles last week, some corners look okay and some are pretty bad. Quilt edges are often slightly irregular due to quilting. You are a lifesaver!!!! Hi.Heather, Thanks Heather! This one is gorgeous and I’d love to try it out for myself! boy you make that look easy. I have a question for you. Thanks for the opportunity to tey something new. Thanks! Instead, you fold under the excess fabric along the edges of the quilt top and the quilt backing and sew those edges together, either by hand or by machine. Here’s a close up of one of those corners. Barb. Review this quilting instructional video to quilt a complex border finish. . I have ALWAYS had too much fabric in the corners, now I will try the pin thing and hpefully improve- just didn’t know what to try before, Happy, healthy New Year to you and yours, Susan. THANK YOU! that was SUPERMEGAHELPFUL! very pretty. Very helpful! It works a treat. How simple this looks! This is not how you want this to look and this also happens by getting your pin in Step 5 in the wrong spot. I’ll be sharing a link back on my blog. I will definitely print and keep this one! I have 3 of them. 4. Thanks! At last I can finish it. I’ve already talked about how to binding inside corners here, so today I’m going to show you how to bind odd-angled outside corners. This is so much more clear than any of the other tutorials I have found. . See more ideas about Sewing binding, Sewing, Quilt binding. I’ve attempted the corners so thank you for the I could have used this help when I made a runner a few years ago that had the larger angles. Thanks. I have shied away from thesse projects because of those “funky” corners. Great tutorial! Thank you for the handy tutorial. Sew the quilt binding to the side of the quilt, leaving the beginning tail free. what a gold mine of tips. You have the best blog site for quilting and knitting, I absolutely love it. Thank you for this tutorial! I just finished a tree skirt with those angles. Great instructions and really, really great patterns! Step 5. I will bookmark this one . Folding the quilt in half lengthwise and width-wise helps to make sure it is generally squared-up. After your quilt top has been layered with the back, batting and top, and then quilted; you cut off these raw edges. I am so excited to try this! I haven’t attempted any shapes other than square or rectangle quilts. Thanks so much! Wendy writes: I love your web site and find it very useful. I also really admire your knitting endeavors. Had a great day. Thank you! Thanks for this technique & the great examples. Many thanks. I was working on a project with odd angles, so this was just what I needed to make a perfect binding. Thank you, thank you!! Love, love,love your patterns. That’s one of the things i love most about the land of blog, those helpful little hints that make all the difference. I have not done any there shape than square or rectangle quilts but one day I would like to branch out. This photo shows not getting quite enough fabric into that corner miter. I had to do the first corner four times before I was happy, but the rest came out perfect first time. Thanks for opening up a giveaway. I will have to try that pin trick. I still struggled with the top point. I just purchased one of your table runner booklets and can’t wait to get started:). ( Log Out /  Love your patterns too. It’s so easy to follow and I like the way you showed what it looks like when you do it wrong. Thanks so much for this clear tutorial – I just made a runner with odd angles and was not getting the corners smooth and this worked like a charm! I did a hexagon tablerunner in December and could have benefited from this. I especially appreciate your pictures of what it looks like if it goes wrong. This tutorial demonstrates how to finish your quilt that has irregular edges using a facing instead of binding. I have an eight-sided table topper, completed in Nov/Dec 2009, that needs binding. Your tutorial is well explained and very carefully illustrated(I’m a visual learner). Made the dreaded binding so simple. Now, hopefully with your instuctions mine will look good. And the giveaway! Thank you for the effort you put into this tutorial. Thanks for the tips. Use the seam allowance you chose when you made the quilt binding. This is a great way to bind the odd corners. I use the ¼″ foot for this. 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. I love your fabric and patterns and I’m currently making the Sanibel free pattern quilt. Also liked that you included what corners should not look like. Great Great Great tutorial. I have tried binding odd angles and it was a struggle. Excellent tutorial!!! I will discuss two methods for getting a quilt ready for binding. Thank you! 4. Great tutorial! Wow, this looks easy. --Wendy. Your tips are a great help! Clip your binding in place along this entire edge. I wonder if there is a different way you do the top point then the other corners? The most popular method is to use binding which protects the edges of your quilt from a lot of wear. I made my first Hex table topper today and wasn’t sure of how to go about the binding. Heather thank you so much for doing this tutorial. This video demonstrates how to attach a binding to a quilt. Purchasing manufactured bias tape is not the only option to edge your quilt. Thanks….I love your quilts, fabric and all your tutorials. Quilt binding is often the last step in finishing a quilt and an important one! Pick me. 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. Congratulations to the lucky person who wins the patterns–I hope it’s me!! Attach the binding to the quilt. Pull the quilt edge toward the straight of the binding and sew to the next point. Press over end of the beginning of binding. I especially liked how you showed what happens when you don’t do it correctly. Thank you so much for the time you spent doing this for us quilters. A knife-edge finish is also called knife-edge binding, but it’s really not a true binding. It is often used for art quilts, but it can be used for any quilt where the binding may distract from the front, or when you want your colours or shapes to continue right to the edge of your quilt. Heather, thank you so much for these directions. 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"). Colour block quilt | Wit Konijn September 16th, 2013 . Thanks for sharing. Makes perfect sense now. I love the tree skirt pattern! It was really helpful that you also included pictures of how one can do wrong, and what the result will be. Thank you for sharing! Joel’s family goes for a different kind of competition, always involving some sort of cards, preferably Rook. Now turn the quilt, so that the next side to be sewn is running parallel to your sewing foot as shown. Thanks. Your batting should be cut. she rocks, i love her technique and clarity of work, i don't understand many people, but she is on a higher level, not boring, Premium A-to-Z Microsoft Excel Training Bundle, What's New in iOS 14? Slowly sew around the curved edge easing the binding into place. I’ve been looking for some really good table runner patterns for a long time. I’ve always enjoying viewing your works made of different shapes, Heather, especially hexagons. Thank you for the great tutorial. That’s enough to secure the edges so they don’t shift while the binding get stitched on. I can’t seem to get enough of it! I haven’t tried anything other than a straight 90 degree corner, but I’d like to! I also love your patterns. Thank you. Thanks! That’s the method I use for doing my binding corners. I’ve had a few of them and now know what happened. I do note that it’s yours, not mine. I've shown you how to make bias binding (you can find those instructions here, and you probably read one of my latest posts on how to cut scallop edges without Math (the template and instructions for my method on that can be found here Now, it’s time to actually do the binding! Do you have any other advice for GMFG binding? Wonderful detail in the pictures! Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. This looks very easy. What a fun pattern you designed with great directions as well. I am sure I need more practice. Now I can finish them up in a hurry:). I’ve only made one quilt, with regular 90-degree angles, and I didn’t have too much trouble with those. Love your house & I would LOVE to have your work space!!! Thanks to for the chance to have the patterns…you just can’t have too many table toppers!!! Thank you! Making your own bias tape is more economical and gives you a limitless selection of colors and designs for your quilt finish. Great tutorial! See more ideas about quilt border, quilts, quilt patterns. Wish I had read this just a few weeks earlier:). Always love learning something new from you. I’m doing a runner and placemats for my daughter for Christmas and with your turorial I can go ahead and finish it. Thanks again. Your tutorial came to my rescue. Learning a new technique is definitely a great reason!! Thank you gor the helpful tips on binding, Paula…, Where can I find the pattern for your Diamond Diva, it is just gorgeous…Paula…, Perfect timing! Thanks! I haven’t done any quilts other than rectangles or squares and would like to branch out, so this will be very helpful. Love you patterns! It looks like on of those projects that’s so easy to do once you try it, but looks intimidating! Thanks to for a great giveaway. See how the extra fabric makes a little corner that hangs over the edge of the binding at the top? They can really change the decor of your home so much and add just the right touch! It really is very easy. Again, thank you. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. 11. You’re pictures and instructions make it so much easier to understand. vic. Great tips Heather. In the table runner above, the quilting comes right out to the edges and are sewn in regular intervals on the quilt. Thank you so much for the binding tip. Repeat all steps. Thanks for the time and effort you put into it. Step 3. I usually get too much fabric and get that lump..ugh! The middle crease will enclose the raw edges of your quilt as the other half of the binding wraps around to the back. Like bindings’ thanks for the tutorial! Your video on how to bind was excellent. I printed the instructions for cutting bias strips (thank you!) Thanks Heather! It would be so much fun to win them! Thanks for sharing! We stayed up to watch the ball drop, but I have to admit that was East-Coast time (and we live in the central time zone). Binding intimidates me so yes I need the patterns! You always have such neat things on your blog. Thanks for sharing your great tutorial. problem solved! I would love to win a pattern. Finishing Irregular Quilt Edges Without Binding. Thanks for this tutorial. Thanks for the tutorial on binding weird angles! Thanks for the great tutorial!!! Your instructions are always spot on. Thank you, Heather, for that great tutorial. Thanks for the binding tutorial, especially since I have table runners and table toppers stacked up for stitching during January. 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! Love your work very much and I learn something new everytime. Review this quilting instructional video to quilt a complex border finish. Perfect timing for this tutorial as I am working on one of your patterns from Sizzling Sixties now and it has outer and inner borders! It’s great to learn new techniques. Any hints on binding these? 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. Oh my this was great. Your to examples look exactly like what I was doing. I sort of did it by the seat of my pants and the corners aren’t as good as yours but not too bad either! I absolutely love your Diamond Diva pattern, the fabric too. I can’t wait to give it a try. Now I know why — too much fabric in the corner. I really like that you show the oppsies as well. You have made the process very clear. I have just started quilting, so I am new to binding. Quilts are created when pieces of fabric are cut and sewn together in a pattern and layered with additional padding for warmth. Thanks for the demo, the last time I did a project with corners like these mine looked like you “not” photos. This is Exactly what I have been struggling with! In my opinion, the best way to learn a new technique is to actually try it. Thank you for all you have shown this past year, from tips, photos, redo’s of your home and family fun! Thank you so much for showing the examples of what happens when you have too little or too much fabric turning the corners … that really helps this visual learner!! You do beautiful work. Thank you for this great tutorial. I have used your inside corner binding tips often and look forward to trying more of your techniques. I always wondered if it was the same technique as a 90 degree corner. I would love to win some of your lovely patterns – hope you pick my entry! You have motivated me to finish a few projects that have been sitting far too long, just wainting for pesty binding. Binding finishes the edges of a quilt and there are quite a. ters use double-fold straight-grain binding unless the quilt. Do you have a tutorial on binding scalloped quilts? You have confirmed what I had thought was the case. Re: Binding a scalloped edge Yes I know the feeling! Thank you for the tutorial on binding odd angles! It should already be pinned and basted. Now I wont be afraid to try a hexagon table topper. I need to see how others do the hand stitching on the back. My last table runner is beautiful, thanks to your blog! It’s bothered me that my brain couldn’t wrap itself around this until this point. Yay! It’s really very easy after you follow your instructions. Now fold the binding straight up, so it makes a straight line with the raw edge of the quilt as shown. Thanks for taking the time to show us. Heather, I think you’ve just about covered all the tutorials you can regarding binding – thank you soooooo much. Preparing the edges of the quilt for binding. I would love to learn how to sew binding that has strange angles. Ha! The pictures of your home and area where you live are so wonderful as well. Other "Irregular" Bindings! I love the idea of pancakes for New Year’s Day; I’ll have to remember that! Thank you so much for the binding tutorial. I love your patterns and your books. It belongs to my daughter as well. Thanks for posting this. Thank you for sharing this great tutorial. Thank you so much for this tutorial! Happy New Year! Thank you once again. Sewing binding around a quilt's edges is one of the final steps in quiltmaking. Don’t worry about flattening the corners yet. Thank you Heather for the great pictures showing how to do the binding. Thanks so much. I recently bought your shams book and it was perfect for what I needed! Cool. I have several of yours, but not this one. I would love to try it with your table runner pattern. I always struggle with corners on binding. I am rushing into my sewing room now and hope to be placing the finished topper on my table this weekend. I love your hex star pattern, that is SO CUTE! Thank you so much for this tutorial!! Thank you, Heather, for another great tutorial. .. one uneven end of the tube. I have done a few of these angles and this really helps explains how to get really pro looking results. Your blog is awesome, always is. That would be a nice way to practice wide-angle binding. I have a very odd shaped UFO to complete this year. Ohhhhh, that is why my corners look the way they do. Any hints on binding these? I just successfully bound my quilt w/ these 135 degree angles. Review this quilting instructional video to quilt a complex border finish. I’m glad it was there today when I needed to see it. Taper the edges of the quilt coming towards the corner starting about an inch away. ( Log Out /  Count me in – I would so love to try these out! The pix and explanation were clear and concise, and my binding came out beautifully! I just finished 2 table toppers and your advice about the odd shaped corner worked geat. I will use your tips on the table runner I just made. It’s kinda what I’ve been doing, but now I see why it turns out sometimes, and sometimes doesn’t. Great tutorial. I very much enjoy your blog. To make bias tape, you cut fabric on a 45-degree diagonal in 2-inch strips. Place clips to hold everything in place. Yes, I’m one of those quilters who doesn’t like sewing bindings! Thanks for the chance to win. Your instructions are so clear. This really helped. Press the binding fabric with the iron to remove all wrinkles and make it smooth. 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. Great tutorial, thank you so much, I have always had problems binding on this angle. Now I think I know where I went wrong. Trim the edges and the quilt sandwich (back, batting and top) so no excess batting or backing can peep from the sides. She loves it. 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