Wednesday July 16th 2014

How to Make a Loop-Edge Binding by Pat Delaney

A loop-edge binding is made by adding cording pieces that have been rolled up on the ends. You can use the technique on any straight-edged quilt.

Pat Delaney this type of binding on her award-winning quilt, SUGAR MAPLES & NOSE STICKERS. With these detailed instructions, great photos, and a lot of pins, you can master the look!

Click here to learn Pat’s technique for making Loop-Edge Binding.

Sugar Maples & Nose Stickers
-Sugar Maples & Nose Stickers by Pat Delaney

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