Learn how to make bias binding on your treasured quilts the prize-winning way! In this 28 page booklet Ann includes lots of how-to photographs and instructions on how to finish the edges of your quilts.
Having a beautiful binding on your quilt will always enhance its appearance, increase its usable life, impress the quilt judges, and make you very proud of your finished project
If you are a beginner, Ann gives you several ways approach the challenges of making square corners, and blind stitching the binding on the back of the quilt. There are tips and ideas for quilters of all levels; a great teaching tool for quilt instructors.
This is a great gift idea for quilters of all levels of accomplishment. A must in every quilter's library.
Inside this booklet you will find:
See Diane Gaudynski's blog for her comments on this booklet.
Diana Downey says "I received the booklet in the mail yesterday. Can't wait to spend the time to really study your techniques. The booklet seems to be very well written....clear, concise and logical."
Janet Atkins says "I recently purchased your book on bias binding. Thanks to you I am taking the binding off the last quilt I finished and bound - the little quilt I bound using your method looked so beautiful I couldn't bear to look at my not-so-good job anymore! Thank you for taking the time to put the book together. Your directions were clear, and you definitely made the whole process a lot less fraught with tension."
The booklet is 28 pages in black and white, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, a small measuring tool, all in a zip-lock bag.