I am starting on binding one of the four quilts I’ve gotten back from the long arm quilter. This one is the gingham check baby quilt. After so much company, I’m starting with the smallest quilt.
When I looked for something to bind it with, I saw these extra parts from the rail fence front of the quilt, sewed them all together, and there was just enough to use for the binding. It has a lot of seams, but the gingham fabric is so thin that the seams are not a problem.
Trimmed the binding to 2.5 inches wide:
Pressing it to make it double fold:
Here is a picture of the start of the final hand sewing. I will send a picture of the completed quilt next week.
I hope to look at everyone’s blog this week and catch up with you all. Thanks for being so understanding while I was entertaining. It was a great week.
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