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I’ve signed up for this one! I’m always looking for cute little bags to make because they are fun to make and give as gifts. It’s a project that even I can get done in a day (usually). And as you know, the holidays are fast approaching! Eek.
And did you know at Craftsy you can give classes as a gift? When you go to purchase one, it is an option. What a fun surprise that would be sitting in your friend’s email in-box!
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You’ve worked hard to make your quilt top, and you’ve quilted it (or had a longarmer do it for you – yeah!), so now it’s time to trim and bind the edge of your quilt. Need help? Check out “How To Bind A Quilt” by Susan Cleveland on Craftsy.com and see if it’s something you are interested in. Craftsy.com classes are amazing because once you sign up you can watch them at your leisure.
Another good option if you live in the Springfield, Oregon area is to take a binding class from Teri Harter. She teaches a binding class at Our Sewing Room. She is a knowledgable and fun instructor and knows all the best techniques for binding. Check out her upcoming class. The next one is September 19, 2015 from 10 am – 4 pm. Here is the information about her class:
QUILT BINDING METHODS
Taught by Teri Harter
Saturday, Sept. 19, 10 AM – 4 PM
Teri will take the mystery out of binding. You’ll learn many different types of binding, including: Basic binding, bias binding, including continuous bias binding, applying and closing the binding, plus mitered corners, Prairie Points, continuous and individual, double sided, and easy scalloped edge binding. $40