How to Bind a Quilt: Odd Angles Part 5 video
How to Bind a Quilt: Odd Angles Part 5
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Have you hesitated to make quilt projects with odd angles such as scallops, points or peaks? Don't let an odd angle stop you from making those projects and then binding with confidence. In this Quilter's Skill Builders episode, quilting expert Nancy Scott demonstrates her tried and true methods for binding these non 90-degree angles.

In this episode, you'll learn how to:
  • Bind inside corners, including scallops.
  • Bind pointed or peaked angles.
  • Stretch to fit the angle.
  • Work with bias.
  • Determine width of seam.
  • Bind outside corners.
  • Join ends of binding.
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