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How to Bind a Quilt: Joining & Pressing Part 3
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Nancy Scott has two generations of quilting in her heritage. She owns Masterpiece Quilting and her business includes longarm quilting services using both computerized and free-motion patterns, custom-made quilts, show quilts and pattern design. Full bio »

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Finishing off your quilt with binding is the final step to preserving your work for years to come. There are binding options for different types of quilts--most common binding is either single-fold or double-fold.

In this part 3 in our comprehensive binding series, you'll learn how to:
  • Join the strips at an angle to reduce bulk.
  • Make single-fold binding.
  • Make double-fold binding.
  • Use a binding baby to store binding for future use.
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Meet The Expert
Nancy Scott has two generations of quilting in her heritage. She owns Masterpiece Quilting and her business includes longarm quilting services using both computerized and free-motion patterns, custom-made quilts, show quilts and pattern design. Full bio »

View other episodes by Nancy Scott »
Finishing off your quilt with binding is the final step to preserving your work for years to come. There are binding options for different types of quilts--most common binding is either single-fold or double-fold.

In this part 3 in our comprehensive binding series, you'll learn how to:
  • Join the strips at an angle to reduce bulk.
  • Make single-fold binding.
  • Make double-fold binding.
  • Use a binding baby to store binding for future use.