TTMT #251 – Machine Binding Tutorial

What I intended to be a short tutorial ended up being just under 17 minutes. I am very sorry about that, but I hope you’ll find something useful here and thus forgive the length.

As in all things handmade, this is the way I do it. I am in no way saying you have to do it my way. This tutorial was created specifically for a few of my TTMT friends that wanted to see how I personally bind a quilt when I want to do it entirely by machine.

The quilt shown is from my 2014 UFO list and is now done and ready to donate!

Here’s an update:

  1. HP Swap Quilt
  2. Vintage Quilt Top
  3. Churn Dash Quilt
  4. 10 Minute Block Quilt
  5. PoD Signature Quilt – almost done!
  6. TABABOM
  7. TABABOM Signature Quilt
  8. Embroidered Flower Quilt
  9. Topsy Turvy Trees
  10. Australia Quilt
  11. Flannel orphan blocks Completed top donated to The Linus Connection!
  12. Mustachio
  13. Misc. Blocks (orphan, blog hops, etc.)
  14. Garden Party blocks
  15. NAWWAL
  16. Wedding Quilt Orphan Blocks Complete! To donate to The Linus Connection March 2014!
  17. 80s T-Shirts

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6 thoughts on “TTMT #251 – Machine Binding Tutorial

  1. Gwen

    Thank you so much, Jennifer, for your binding tutorial. I appreciate your taking the time to show how you do it and what works for you. I am a newbie, and binding is one of the those things that can be frustrating to tackle.

    Reply
  2. Linda Jones

    Great tutorial. Your directions are so easy to understand. Thanks for sharing your many talents.

    Reply

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