• Binding Perfectly Mitered Corners

    Sometimes Crafter January 11, 2016

    I had a couple of people on Instagram ask me about my mitered corners on my quilts, and how I got them to turn out so “perfect”.  Perfect is of course in the eye of the beholder, but I do tend to have nicely squared corners on my binding.  It comes from years of practice and perfecting my technique.  It’s not difficult, or any big secret, so let’s break it…

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  • Binding // Joining Ends

    Sometimes Crafter January 10, 2016

    I was reviewing my binding posts (1, 2, and 3) before my binding class at Modern Domestic last month, as I wanted to direct students there for a refresher after class should they forget a step.  I realized that while it’s still relevant, I don’t actually show the method i’m using now to attach the ends of my binding.  It’s still the same basic idea, but I now use the…

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  • AGF Stitched // Locket Quilt

    Sometimes Crafter January 7, 2016

    I’m a week late posting my AGF Stitched quilt for the last quarter of 2015.  December threw me for a loop, not least of which was because I had a horrible flu that just wouldn’t go away.  Despite all of that, I was able to finish the 4th quilt in the AGF Stitched series.  It’s the Locket Quilt pattern (a free download) designed to feature Amy Sinibaldi’s new fabric line…

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