How to Bind a Quilt: 90-Degree Mitered Corners Part 4 video
How to Bind a Quilt: 90-Degree Mitered Corners Part 4
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Achieve clean, crisp and professional mitered corners on your quilting projects! It's easy to do once you know how. In this Quilter's Skill Builders episode, expert quilter Nancy Scott teaches each step in detail so you can miter corners with confidence. For this episode, it will be helpful for you to have a project or a sample of backing, batting, quilt top and prepared binding strips to work along with Nancy.

In this episode, you'll learn how to:
  • Determine whether to sew binding to the quilt-top front or back.
  • Miter 90-degree corners.
  • Attach binding ends by the tucking or joining methods.
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