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however, and do not share them without proper attribution or sell them in either print or digital format.
I call mine the “improved” tutorial because I use a slightly different method of measuring and pinning my pieces that results in a better-looking binding. This is a flexible method that can be adapted to many different sizes and types of fabric. Click on the “Learn More” button, below, for a printable PDF file.
This is a short tutorial illustrating how to chain piece strips of fabric for creating binding or making jelly roll quilt tops. It’s aimed at spatially-challenged sewists (like me!) who have trouble keeping the strips oriented properly.
Is there a specific sewing or other technique you’d like a tutorial for? I might be learning right along with you if it’s something I haven’t tried before, but I am willing to write up some instructions with photos. Email me at Janet@BigSkyKnitting.com and let me know what you’re struggling with.