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Easy Quilt Binding Technique

 



Today I will show you a quick and easy quilt binding technique, this is going to be a mini quilt project...great for beginners!…I will show you how to finish a quilt without the separate piece of binding. There may be some mistakes along the way…I’m going to quilt using my walking foot and just doing straight lines, we will listen to some music and have some fun…


Here is the link for the free gingham quilt pattern in the big version.
And if you want to see how I made this then you can watch this video: https://youtu.be/Ddi2hEXUf18

I gotta tell you half way through this I wanted to put it in my abandon pile because the binding did not turn out how I wanted it but lt ended up being beautiful…so thanks for sticking with me. Click here to join the quilting party.


SOME AFFILIATE LINKS: Spray basting:
https://amzn.to/3qwQCEy Warm and natural: https://amzn.to/2XLvOwU The quilt project I make today is 13x13” made of solid color fabrics from Art Gallery. This is such an Easy Mini quilt pattern that you can finish in an afternoon.



In my sewing tutorial I am using 2 inch square quilt blocks and I cut them in strips to make the construction come together faster. This is a great free quilt pattern ideal for beginner quilters.

The fabrics were purchased from
https://www.etsy.com/shop/EverydayFab... You can find the full pdf Gingham Pattern here: https://quilterscandy.com/free-gingha... If you need more mini quilt ideas you can click on my play list: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1... where you will find other small quilt projects for beginners. I even have several scrap fabric small quilt projects. I hope you enjoy this GINGHAM QUILT tutorial!
I would love to inspire you to make your own mini quilt as well as other beautiful handmade things and I would love to be part of your sewing journey. Subscribe If you find my channel helpful. You can also follow me on Instagram @simplydelilah1. And visit me at
https://www.delilahthomas.com/

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