I got your WIP right here.

Machine Binding the Tutorial by you.

I wrote the machine binding tutorial over at Flickr.com - it's here. The tut is its own set with notes and explanations. I thought it would work better on Flickr.com. check my "collections" to see all my tutorials.
I kinda taking the week off. I took Mom to the mall yesterday. Back in the day, my Mom would take me bra shopping and offer her advise on fit , etc. Yesterday I helped her, it both kinda sad to realize she needed the help and a real privilege to be able to be of service.
I think I want these little tags... so cute!
Did you know Denyse Schmidt is coming to PNCA ?
Does she have new fabric coming out yet?
She is doing a 2 day class on her Improv Piecing technique and I got a mail telling me no syllabus was available. ... did I get in? I hope so ... more on that later. fingers crossed.
Quilters Rock!


Anonymous said...

That's so sweet that you helped your mum...hard to see roles reversing sometimes.
I'm going to check out your tute!

Kay said...

Excellent tutorial, wish I had a walking foot those consistant stitches make me a bit jealous :o)

jacquie said...

i tried the machine binding on the placemats i made for my niece. not bad...probably would work better with the binding tool, but i wanted to give it a try before i purchased. so...did you get in? i want to hear all about it...i so wanted to go.

Anonymous said...

I lagged on registering and now it's full. Did you make it?

I use to use a foot for my machine the made binding for my slings. You just had to iron it in half.

I'll have to go check out your tut.

I haven't been working on my 9 patch, but will catch up soon. Are there others besides the tulip flower with pink and green that you need? Can't remember if I told you, I only have a bit of that one.