A binding trifecta

Of all the quilts I have here to bind, I didn’t necessarily set out to bind 3 Happy Block quilts in a row but that seems to be how it worked out.

Today’s finish is one pieced from donated blocks at the HeartStrings Nebraska sew-in.

15 thoughts on “A binding trifecta

  1. Binding would be what bogs me down everytime! I find I am just ready to move on to the next project and the heck with finishing. Fortunately on the donation quilts I don't have to as some of the quilt group are more than willing to do the hand finishing.

    Do you prefer to do it by machine, Mary? I know it makes a sturdy edge finish but I just hate how it looks when I personally do it.

    When I was making placemats as hostess gifts before my trip to Oregon, my fingers sure got a work out—a total of 10 of them!

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  2. I will try again – something must've happened when i tried to post.

    I love hand sewing on binding.
    I also like your new profile photo. And I thought those 3 quilts next to each other were one!

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  3. I will try again – something must've happened when i tried to post.

    I love hand sewing on binding.
    I also like your new profile photo. And I thought those 3 quilts next to each other were one!

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  4. I will try again – something must've happened when I tried to post.

    I love hand sewing on binding.
    I also like your new profile photo. And I thought those 3 quilts next to each other were one!

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