The Many Ways to Bind a Quilt

Sew For Fifteen is all about quilt binding this October. There are so many ways to bind a quilt – some include hand sewing, others are all done by machine. Some add a decorative element to your quilt, and others are done to minimize the impact of the binding on the finished look of your quilt. I asked the Sew For Fifteen participants to help me make a list of binding techniques, and they were so helpful. I’ve included a list of binding techniques, and found at least one tutorial for each technique so you can try whichever binding technique has been sitting on your quilting to-do list.

Machine Binding:

Quilty Love – Machine Binding Beginner Friendly Tutorial

Blossom Heart Quilts – How To Machine Bind A Quilt

Sarah Goer Quilts – Machine Bind Your Quilts Like A Pro

 

How To Make Bias Binding:

Moda Bake Shop – How To Make Continuous Bias Binding

Faced Binding:

The Silly BooDilly Super Duper Easy Way To Face

Fibermania Quilt Facing Tutorial

Judy Perez – How To Make A Faced Binding

 

Flange Binding:

My Patchwork – Faux Flange Binding Tutorial

Live Play Eat – Flange Binding Tutorial

 

Binding with the Quilt Back Fabric:

Cluck Cluck Sew – Binding Your Quilt With The Quilt Back

Maxie Makes – Using Your Quilt backing As Binding

 

Hand Sewn Binding:

Diary Of A Quilter – How To Finish A Quilt

Amy Ellis: Hand-stitiching a Binding

 

Visible Stitch Binding:

Lo and Behold Stitchery – How To Hand Quilt Your Binding

Kitchen Table Quilting – Big Stitch Binding Tutorial

 

Wide binding:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtZVTE9lDSI

 

Single Fold Binding:

Jay Bird Quilts – Single Fold Binding Tutorial

My Bear Paw – Single Fold Binding Tutorial

 

Curved Binding – Curvy Edges or Corners

Jay Bird Quilts – Binding Curved Edges

Cindy Seitz Krug – Binding Curved Edges

 

Corners Larger/Smaller than 90 Degrees

Rachel Rossi – Angled Binding

Getas Quilting Studio – Binding Quilts With Odd Angles

Jay Bird Quilts – How To Bind 120 Degree Angles

 

Prairie Points

Patchwork Posse – How To Make Prairie Points

Sew Many Ways – How To Make Prairie Points

2 thoughts on “The Many Ways to Bind a Quilt

    • bellasews says:

      I had no idea that there so many ways to bind a quilt, until I started my research for this post. I’m so glad you found it helpful!

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