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5 Methods for Perfect Quilt Binding and Finishing

Free Tutorials on How to Bind a Quilt + Tips on Finishing a Quilt

If you are looking for innovative and interesting methods for finishing your art quilts, this eBook is a must-have! Traditional binding methods aren’t the only way to finish handmade quilts. Let our experts at Quilting Daily show you their ideas on finishing and binding a quilt using a variety of materials and techniques.

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Have you been looking for a new way to bind the edges of your quilts? Each tutorial in this free eBook will lead you through a distinctive way to finish your quilts, with beautifully creative results. Youll discover that binding edges is easy and learn about using everything from sheer ribbon to bias binding.

Explore tips on how to machine bind a quilt and uncover 10 original quilt binding techniques to try. Plus, discover interesting ways for hanging a quilt including framing and an invisible quilt sleeve. Experience the process of binding and finishing quilts in a whole new way; download your free eBook today!

Get started binding a quilt with unusual materials and get insider tips on the best finishing techniques!

Download this free eBook to learn how to successfully bind your quilts using techniques such as raw wraps, double-fold bias, and satin stitching. Have you ever thought of binding quilts with couched yarn? Check out the included tutorial to see the beautiful results this technique has to offer. Now get ready to finish your quilt with professional flair, including creating a gallery wrapped canvas or an invisible quilt sleeve. Whether you are looking for ideas for a more sturdy binding, one that is more decorative, or even professional tips for hanging, you’ll find them all in this free collection.

Learn all the tricks, from binding inside and outside curves, points, and use alternative materials.

Quilt Binding Tutorial

On the Edge by Sarah Ann Smith

In this supercharged lesson Sarah demonstrates a plethora of binding techniques to help you conquer the most common challenges you will face. Love how a bias binding leaves a finished edge? Follow along with the double-fold bias binding for an incredible step by step look. Looking for an unusual or edgy solution? Youll love learning to use sheers and even couched yarn for your binding quilt needs too. Get advice and expert guidance on standard edges and quilt binding corners, inside and outside curved edges, and more.

Learn how to create this gallery worthy finish for your quilts.

Alternate Binding Tutorial

Not Bound by Tradition by Sherrie Spangler

Leaving her roots in traditional binding techniques behind, Sherrie began experimenting with alternative methods. In this article, she walks through a few of her favorite alternate ways for binding including backing fabric as a frame, using exposed batting, and raw wraps. Youll love exploring these easy quilt binding techniques!

Give a looser, creative feel to your quilt edges without them looking sloppy or unfinished. Learn how with this free tutorial.

Alternate Finishing Tutorial

Big Finish for your Small Quilts by Terry Grant

Traditional bindings on small quilts are so often heavy and overwhelming, especially for ATCs. Terry loved the look of zigzagged or satin-stitched edges but found that corners were always a problem. The stitching seemed to hang up, leading her to uncover this brilliant technique for clean corners. Learn her inventive way of getting a clean line and machine bind a quilt with ease!

Learn how to finish your small and wall quilt by framing them with this free tutorial.

Framed Finishing Tutorial

Picture it Framed by Lyric Kinard

The presentation of your artwork says a great deal about your feelings towards it. Just as an oil painter carefully selects the perfect frame to complement their masterpiece, so can the art quilter show off their work. Elevate your art with this quilt finishing tutorial and learn how to match your art quilt with the perfect frame. When it comes to hanging a quilt, learn how to show off in style with Lyric Kinard’s technique.

Learn how to make an invisible sleeve to finish your two-sided quilts.

Invisible Sleeve Finishing Tutorial

Two-sided Quilts by Barbara Shapel

When you take the extra steps to make sure the back of your quilt as beautiful as the front, you’ll want to plan for a hanging system that showcases your workmanship and creates an elegant finish on each side. Of the many methods for finishing two-sided quilts, using an invisible quilt sleeve is one of the most elegant. In this detailed tutorial, Barbara walks you through each step when planning for, setting up, and completing this quilt hanging sleeve. The preparation and planning will absolutely be worth the end result!

Learn the bias binding method plus other unique quilt finishing techniques with this free tutorial.

What are you waiting for? Turn your handmade quilts into a work of art with these quilt binding techniques!

Binding is an essential stage in the quilt making process, and with the help of this free eBook, you’ll start approaching binding quilts in a whole new way. Learn techniques for crafting a hanging sleeve, quilt binding corners with ease, plus using materials such as sheers, backing fabric, and yarn for binding quilt edges. Beginners will love our easy quilt binding methods; while more advanced quilters will love the inventive new ideas. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn about each technique. Go ahead; download your free eBook today!

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3 comments on “5 Methods for Perfect Quilt Binding and Finishing

    • Tiffany Warble says:

      Hello Gail,
      The free patterns should get sent directly to the email address you enter on the form on this page. If that doesn’t work let me know!

      Quilting Company Team