How to Bind Inside Corners – Plus a Give-away to Practice Your Skills!

Happy Monday Everyone!

 I still have a one new thing from Quilt Market that I haven’t shared yet.  It’s a large single pattern called Simply Sixties.  It uses the same angle, ruler and concept as the Sizzlin’ Sixties book, but it’s designed with large scale prints in mind.  The pieces are quite large, so it really shows off the fabric.  The larger pieces also make it easier to assemble, so it’s great for the advanced beginners that wants to try out the 60-degree angle, but feel that they aren’t quite ready for the smaller pieces in Sizzlin’ Sixties. 


The pattern is fat quarter friendly, but the quilts in the upper left and lower right hand corner can also be made from Layer Cakes.  I have what could be considered a large stash of Layer Cakes and it only takes a hour or so to make those blocks, so I plan to make quite a few of these!


Here’s a close-up of the the quilt in the upper right hand corner –


Which brings me to my point for today’s post.   How do I bind those inside corners?  I think everybody pretty much knows how to do the corners on a typical quilt (outside 90-degree corner), but I gets lots of e-mails anytime I change up the angle a little bit.  It’s really nothing to worry about.  It’s actually quite easy.  Don’t believe me?  I’ll guess I’ll just have to prove it!


I have been working on binding a topper over the weekend, so I will use this one as my demo.


The angle isn’t quite the same as the quilt shown above, but the concept is the same, so it doesn’t matter.


So, here’s the trick –

 Step 1.  Make a small snip into the quilt, right in the middle of that inside angle.  That snip will allow you to pull the side of the quilt straight .  See?  That’s what makes this technique SO easy!  It’s pretty much like sewing binding to a typical straight side of a quilt – you really just sew straight, but the steps below will show you how to “finagle” the quilt as you do this.


It may be hard for you to actually cut into your quilt, but the binding will cover it up in the end.  Just make sure that your snip isn’t quite as deep as the seam allowance that you will be using to sew on your binding.  For example, if you are using a 1/4″ seam allowance to sew on your binding, make the snip a scant 1/4″ or 3/16″.

If you prefer not to trim your batting and backing before adding the binding by machine (like I did in the photo above), your quilt will look something like this –


Are you with me so far?


Step 2.  Start sewing on the binding with your machine.



Step 3.  Sew into that inside corner and stop with your needle down.


The stopping point is where the 1/4″ seams would interesect at that inside corner.  It’s probably easier to see on the back of the topper, as shown here.



Step 4. With the needle still down, pick up your presser foot and turn the quilt so you are ready to sew down the next side.



Step 5.  With your left hand, pull the back corner of the quilt as shown.  The snip made earlier will allow you to pull the quilt straight like this.



Step 6.  Now pull the binding strip into place, along the edge of the quilt and continue sewing.  It’s as easy as that! 



This is how that corner will look after the sewing is done  –  At this point in this process, there isn’t a miter in the corner and the binding will stand straight up.  The miter will be done in the next steps as the hand-stitching is done.  To see my tutorial on hand stitching binding, click here.


Step 7.  Hand stitch as shown in tutorial above.  Before you get to that inside corner, flip the quilt over and pin the miter in place from the front side of the quilt as shown.



Step 8.  Turn the quilt back over and stitch to the corner as shown.  Notice how the pin is still in the front side of the miter, holding everthing in place while you are stitching.



Step 9 – Bring the needle up inside the point and do a couple of tacking stitches so that the miter doesn’t pull out after the pin is removed.





The finished corners will look like this –



To practice your technique, I’m having a give-away  – 3 to be exact.!!!  The give-away will include the Simply Sixties pattern:


And the Little Charmers 4 pattern that was our demo for today- (done up in my Rebel Roses fabric line)


And the Sizzlin’ Sixties book, featuring the Opposites Attract quilt shown here.


Can you tell I really want you to try this technique?  To enter, just leave me a comment and I will randomly select the winners next week.  Just PLEASE try it.  It’s really fun and easy to think outside the box 90-degree corner!

Edit:  Please note that is this drawing is now closed. 6-10-2009

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342 Responses to How to Bind Inside Corners – Plus a Give-away to Practice Your Skills!

  1. Kris Bair says:

    I always wanted to try inside corner bindings – but just didn’t know how to do it. Thanks so much for the tutorial!

  2. OOOhhhh… I would love to win any and all of those items! I just ordered one of your books over at Connecting Threads. Can’t wait for it to arrive. I’ve got a jelly roll all picked out for it. So, please, add me to your list of entries! Thanks. Bonnie

  3. Joanna says:

    Thank you SO much for showing this technique – I will use it for sure! The patterns are so lovely and will work perectly with all the great prints out there now:)

  4. Misty says:

    Thank you for sharing your tutorial with us! I had no idea how to tackle corners like that. You made it look like it would even be fun to try–not scary like I imagined it would be.

    Please add me to the drawing!

  5. Laurie says:

    I have the pattern that you used for your demo, and will now make the square topper thanks to your info! I have been using your technique for joining my binding, and it works like a charm every time. Thanks for your great ideas!

  6. rachel says:

    it doesn’t look as hard as i thought it would.

  7. midmainecustomcabinetry says:

    I would love to give it a try!!

  8. Missy Ann says:

    I adore Rebel Roses so much. I want yards and yards of the roses on chocolate so I can roll around on the floor in them, like a cat with catnip.

  9. Barbara says:

    Oh, I just luv those patterns! I would luv to try that technique! The tutorial is great–thanks!

  10. Gina says:

    You make it look so easy! Do you make house calls just in case we get stuck? Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win.

  11. Casey says:

    thank you for this! I hope to give it a try sometime soon, I really really love teh Opposites Attract pattern, it’s one I want to make so badly!

  12. Marian B says:

    You are certainly an excellent teacher. Before I saw your step by step tutorial, I don’t think I would ever have wanted to attempt those bindings. Now I can’t wait to try it! Thanks for showing us how to do it.

  13. Cynthia says:

    Each one of those quilts is really beautiful. Those are the colors that inspire me!!

  14. Christy says:

    Thanks so much for showing that! I’ve seen a few projects in your books with those corners, and have been a little nervous about trying them. Your demo sure makes it look easy! Better start a new project so I can try it out! Thanks again!

  15. karen says:

    Thanks for the info, I’m sure I’ll be able to master the corners before I could ever hope to quilt like you did on the table topper… love how the roses replicate the fabric pattern!

  16. Robin C says:

    What a nice tutorial. I think I understand what you’re say and might just have to try this sometime. Add me to the drawing please and if I win, I’ll try one.

  17. kathie says:

    great tutorial Thank you, you certainly made it look easy.
    I would love to try this, the last quilt is amazing, oh I think I have fabric that would be perfect for a quilt like that!

  18. Cathy McMann says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. You make it look easy, though it does seem similar to scalloped edge binding which I have done before.

  19. Jana says:

    Thank you thank you thank you! I made that same table topper not too long ago, and I really struggled with the corners. I am going to make another one for sure now!!

  20. Stephanie says:

    If I win I’ll definitely sit by this tutorial when doing the binding. Great tutorial and terrific patterns.

  21. ~Michelle~ says:

    I’ve been wondering about how the bindings are done on non-straight borders! Thanks for showing, the instructions make perfect sense! 🙂

  22. Jen says:

    Thank you for explaining. Really looked too difficult for me to even attempt!

  23. Thanks for the great tutorial. These edges on your patterns make the quilts so interesting. I would love to win your patterns. I have been eyeing Sizzling Sixties.

  24. Megan says:

    Hi Heather – Thanks for the tutorial! Your Sizzlin’ Sixties book is on my birthday wishlist. I got a 60-degree ruler for a workshop last fall, and I can’t wait to start using it for other projects!

  25. Carrie says:

    Thank you for the tutorial, it makes it so much easier when you have the visual. Words can really turn me around!! I will give it a try and I love your patterns using the big pieces of fabric. Fabric is all so pretty the pattern can be very simple.

  26. Evelyn says:

    I love that Opposites Attach pattern! I might just love it enough to try this binding technique. 😉

  27. Jane Eilderts says:

    Thanks for the info! It doesn’t look hard at all – and I love the pattern!!

  28. sherri says:

    I’ve never done an inside corner bindings…thanks so much…I feel confident enough to try it now!

  29. kristin says:

    Ok, you have convinced me. This doesn’t look bad at all. Thanks!

  30. Pam P says:

    Oh Boy! Please add me too! I promise to try your binding method if I win (hint hint wink wink). I’m after your Sizzlin Sixties book too 🙂 Thanks so much for the chance to have these wonderful products!

  31. Julia says:

    Hi Heather,
    thank you for this great tutorial! Last year I had to bind a table topper similar to yours and the pattern said nothing on how to bind it…and even had the yardage for the binding cut on the lengthwise grain…well, I had some difficulties…so thanks a million! I think I’ll try inside corners again!
    Oh, I just finished the “Double Takes 3” quilt ~ it’s the first big quilt that I’ll keep & I love snuggling up under it on the sofa in the evening…
    Cheers, Julia

  32. Rachel says:

    Wow. I’ve tried before but to no avail. Thanks. perhaps I’ll try again.

  33. dorothy says:

    wow–you sure make binding those odd angles look easy. i’ll definitely try it! thanks.

  34. Sinta says:

    Thanks for the tutorial “how to”. That was helpful! I want to play, so please enter me in the drawing! I just bought the Sizzling Sixties booklet. You are just so busy with all the new books aren’t you!

  35. Deb says:

    Great tutorial! Love all the closeups to be able to see exactly how to do it. Thanks!

  36. Lisa D. says:

    I love all your new patterns, and I promise to try the new binding technique if I win! 🙂

  37. Amanda says:

    ooh, I’m always up for a challenge.
    and being a beginner, this would be one.

  38. Margaret says:

    Great tutorial and giveaway! Thanks.

  39. Heather says:

    I’ve been wanting to know how to do that technique properly for a long time, so thank you so much for the tutorial, it’ll help out so much. Your new patterns are beautiful! I love them all. The last one pictured here with the Neptune fabric is gorgeous. I’ve already bought way too much of that fabric, and I am thinking I might have to make that quilt. Sign me up for the giveaway, thank you!!

  40. Ohhh I would love to try this technique!! I have been looking at your blog for a while..I really love your patterns and quilts.
    Tammy in Ak

  41. Sandy Rowe says:

    Thanks Heather, I always enjoy reading your blogs and reading your tutorials. Count me in!

  42. Judy W says:

    Again, your patterns are fab and you offer useful tips that make it look so easy. You have a great color sense — can you teach that to us also? (little joke).

  43. Carol Broughton says:

    I am a huge fan! Your quilts are fantastic and I am excited about the chance to win Sizzlin’ Sixties and try the new technique. Thanks for the great photos from market.

  44. Jo Anne says:

    Nice tutorial, very clear. Thanks for showing us. I like the striped binding. Of course, all the fabric is great. Hope I win!

  45. jaybird says:

    thank you for the tutorial.. i’ve been working with 60s for a while now and i like binding them.. but i haven’t been able to explain to others how to do it as well as you just did… i’d love to win one of your patterns or books… your work is great as always!

  46. Liz A. says:

    Thank you for sharing this. I had an awful time doing those inside angles on a double wedding ring and swore I’d never do it again but now I think I might just be up to trying it. You sure make it look easy.

  47. Rebecca Woods says:

    I am so glad you gave these instructions. I made a Christmas tree skirt years ago and just could not work out how to get the binding on. I put it away for years and then ended up not even using binding to finish it off. I just did not get it. I am hanging to try this technique now. I can start looking at different sorts of patterns.

  48. I liked your demo on inside corners, now maybe I will try the technique soon. Thanks

  49. I so appreciate your tutorials. I was binding a quilt last night, and I took just a second to review your tutorial before I started. 🙂 Many thanks. This one will come in handy too, I am sure!!

  50. Alexandra says:

    Thank you for the tutorial, very helpful considering I ordered all the patterns from Fat Quarter Shop last week when I saw them come in. I am seriously loving them, especially that you said it only took an hour to sew those blocks, gotta enjoy instant gratification when time is limited in my life for quilting.
    thank you

  51. Sequana says:

    You’ve never failed me yet…..*S*…so I’ll try this soon.

  52. Barbara Malmberg says:

    Anxious to try this. Your tutorial was great. Thanks for the help.

  53. laura B. says:

    I would love to win. Thanks for the chance!

  54. CarolE/UP says:

    You make it look so simple — I’ll have to give it a try soon!

  55. Kelli says:

    I love your patterns, but I would never have tried to do that binding without your tutorial. THANK YOU!

  56. V says:

    Looks great heather! SO many people will benefit from you tutorial! That’s how I learned bindings! online! lvoe that hex trick. gotta give it a try.

  57. Nicole says:

    What fun! I’m always game to try new quilting techniques……especially when there is a great tutorial! So helpful for the self taught people like me! 🙂

  58. sue says:

    your tutorial was really helpful.Your fabric and patterns are great! Thanks..

  59. Jana says:

    You make it look so easy! Will have to try this—thanks for sharing!

  60. MichelleB says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. I love those uneven quilt edges, but haven’t been brave enough to try binding one yet. With these explanations, I might just get brave enough to try.

  61. Nancy E says:

    Thanks for another great tutorial! I have wondered how you did the bindings. You create the nicest patterns.

    Nancy E

  62. pattyf says:

    Love the pattern and the tutorial was almost like peeking over your shoulder. Pick me! Pick me! especially because I LOVE the Rebel Roses fabrics!

  63. Kerry says:

    That was a very interesting tutorial that really took the mystery out of the job. I would love the opportunity to try it out. The patterns are all lovely, the hardest part would be to decide which to do first.

  64. Karen says:

    You make it look so easy. I can’t wait to give it a try!.

  65. Christina says:

    THANKS for both the tutorial and the giveaway! I can’t deny that I’m still a little nervous about the binding, but I’ll have to give it a shot!

  66. SarahB says:

    I do love the look of the angled edge! Thank you for your tutorial– makes it seem so simple!

  67. Christine Thomas says:

    Fun fun fun…the give away, that is. But the tutorial was good to have, too. It made sense to me. It’s how I do binding on the opening of the nightgowns I make for my granddaughters.

    Thank you for being such a patient teacher. And a generous give-away-er.

  68. Michele says:

    Your timing is perfect. I’ve a little more machine quilting to do on a Jack’s chain quilt and then I’ll be ready to apply the binding. the edges on two of the sides are irregular, so your tips will come in handy.

  69. Sandra McNease says:

    Thanks so much for this tutorial on binding….I have wanted to do quilts with this shape…but was chicken. Thanks again, love the new pattern!

  70. Lisa A says:

    I’m diggin’ that Opposites Attract pattern. I think that will work with the jelly roll I won in February. I’ve been binding a double wedding ring that has nothing BUT interior corners!

  71. Sarah Bisel says:

    Love the tutorial, quilts, and inspiration. You are fabulous. Please, enter me, enter me.

  72. Sheddy Reese says:

    I need the practice! Count me in.

  73. Dawn says:

    Great giveaway!! I love your patterns! Fantastic tutorial…I’ve always wondered how it was done. Now I know!!

  74. Joyce says:

    Finagling is soooooo much fun!

  75. Joan Hughes says:

    I really enjoy your designs. They are so contemporary and joyful. I always look forward to reading your blog after a long day at work. It gets me inspired to get sewing.

  76. Diane says:

    Thanks so much for the lesson! It’s great to learn something new!

  77. Marissa says:

    those quilts are beautiful! thanks for the instructions for the technique!

  78. Kelly O. says:

    No question about it, I never would have done it like that but it makes perfect sense now that I’ve seen it done. Thanks for the tutorial.

  79. Jeanne S says:

    Thanks for the helpful information, I have used your technique for cutting bias binding and it works great.

  80. Ruth says:

    This is perfect! I’m quilting a tumbler quilt now and have been wondering how to do the binding on the sides! Please add me to the drawing!

  81. Cindy B says:

    Thanks for the demo, it really makes it so easy to apply binding on those inside angles. I love your new fabric line, I always have to order your fabric on line…I hope you pick me but it you don’t I will need to order it on line. :>)
    I love your way of cutting the bia binding it makes it so super easy to do now.

  82. Judy says:

    I love your patterns and would certainly like to put your tutorial to good use. Your instructions made it look easy. Please enter me into your drawing. Thanks

  83. Nichole says:

    Okay, I’m convinced. I doesn’t look too hard at all. thanks for clarifying the process and showing how it is done. I love the 60 degree quilts you have designed – really clever and unique! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  84. Roseann says:

    Thanks for the great tutorial. I’ve always tried it the normal corner way and it comes out terrible, so I’ve given up UNTIL NOW!! I’m going to print your tutorial and use it from now on. Thanks a bunch – and oh, yes, I would love to win those patterns too! Love the Rebel Roses fabric too…

  85. Shelly says:

    I have bound a quilt with inside corners before and don’t remember it to be as easy as the “Heather” way. I look forward to using your technique the next time.

  86. Junglewife says:

    That looks fun! and easy! I would love to win a pattern so I can try it 🙂

  87. Cindy says:

    Thanks for the tips and I’d love to win!

  88. Danielle says:

    Thanks for your binding tutorial and the giveaway, too! I am going to give that binding technique a try sometime, not so scary at all now!

  89. Jessica says:

    Gorgeous table topper! And you enplained things so well. I’d love to try!

  90. seemommysew says:

    Thanks so much for the how-to! And what a gorgeous table topper!

  91. lilsis says:

    Wow! I never would have guessed it was that easy. I’m definitely going to bookmark this tutorial so I can find it again. Thank you!

  92. Edna says:

    Love your tutorials! They are very helpful! Thank you for the giveaway!

  93. BJ says:

    Thank you! I love these!

  94. Lynnette says:

    I’ve got to try that. You make it look so easy.

  95. Jennifer says:

    It looks like an easy technique to do with your instructions…I would love to try in on one of your new quilts!

  96. Q says:

    Wow – you made something that looks so intimidating look so easy. I think I can do it – so I can’t wait to give it a try. Sure hope I’m a lucky winner as I love all your new patterns!

  97. Mary-Kay C. says:

    Your tutorial was great and very easy to understand. I have never done anything but a square corner and now I will definitely give it a try. Thanks so much.

  98. Chris says:

    I would love to try it! the patterns look so fun! Thanks so much for having the give away and for showing us how to do the “inside” corners. 🙂

  99. Liz Martig says:

    Great tutorial! Thanks for the detailed instructions. I have an insane amount of projects on my hands, so I’ll have to work this technique into one of them!!

  100. Ruth B says:

    Excellent tutorial and love the patterns and fabrics. I would love to try this myself!

  101. Alyson says:

    Oh, thank you!!! I am so thrilled to see that tutorial. I have tried it before but never thought to cut in that little notch! Can’t wait to try it. 🙂 Count me in on the give-away! Thanks again-

  102. Nancy says:

    What a great idea! I Love these quilts and would love to try this technique….

  103. Tara says:

    So cool! I will be trying this on a table topper I’m making for the 4th of July–I think a star is in order!

  104. Kathleen says:

    Oh, I’m so glad you showed us how to do that. Maybe I won’t be afraid to try it out….I could probably handle a table topper. Would love to have the pattern!

  105. Ferne says:

    You make it look so easy…I am always up for trying something new so count me in!

  106. Lucy says:

    Thanks for the great instructions. I love all your patterns in fact the last quilt I finished I used your Double Takes II. Would love to try out this technique…

  107. Erin says:

    Thanks for the chance to win! I’ve been wanting to try a quilt with corners like this – and you make it look do-able!

  108. Michelle Smith says:

    That table topper is so cute! I must make one soon. Thanks for the great turorial.

  109. Patrice says:

    I’ve never made anything with that angle, but I would love to try it! Thanks for sharing!

  110. Tara says:

    That is awesome! And the quilt from the book looks so cool and fun!

  111. Lauralee Spence says:

    What fabulous quilts and well-explained tutorial! I would love to win and learn how to do those inside corners.

  112. Jill B says:

    I will definitely give this a try! Thanks for the tips and the great blog.

  113. Andi says:

    Can it really be that easy?
    I’m going to have to try that one out.
    Of course, it would be much easier with a copy of your book!!!!
    Fingers crossed.
    Andi 🙂

  114. Ginny Worden says:

    Sixty degrees intrigue me, and your tutorial for inside corners is great, thanks. Now all I need is to win those patterns and I can get started.

  115. Deb says:

    What a nifty creative post…the how-to and then you’re giving away the finished product!! How nice! thank you for explaining this technique; the pictures help me see it clearly. I’d love to win.

  116. Debbie says:

    You made that so darn easy. Thanks for sharing your tips! I love your new patterns. I can’t wait to get my hands on some of your fabric!! Awesome colors….a must have!!

  117. Karen C says:

    I love your style and have 2 of your books now, you really do select fabrics that bright out the best in your patterns. Thanks for the demo on the corners, sounds easy when you think about it, you’ve encouraged me to give it a go.

  118. Alissa says:

    I’ve always wondered how one would do that but I was too afraid to try. I’ll just have to do it!

  119. Carmen says:

    OK, I’m game. Pick my number.

  120. Carol says:

    What a great tutorial! Would love to win your giveaway and give it a try.

  121. Leanne says:

    Great tutorial and pictures, Heather. Will have to give it a try – it’s the only way to broaden my repertoire of quilting skills. I am gaining quite a collection of your patterns, which I love. I wouldn’t say no to the opportunity to win one of your new patterns. Thanks!

  122. judy says:

    You make it all look so easy! Tutorial is great!! Lov the fabrics and the patterns.

  123. Paige says:

    Oh that looks like so much fun! And that table topper is adorable. Thanks for the chance to win! 😀

  124. Mary Jo says:

    I love all these 60 degree angle quilts. I can’t wait to try one. Pick me for a free pattern or I’ll have to buy one. Thanks for all your great tutorials and pictures.

  125. girlsmama says:

    Thank you! That was a wonderful tutorial! I can’t wait to try it!

  126. Karen says:

    Thank you for the great tutorial! I’m ready to give it a try.

  127. Kersten says:

    Count me in! I have been wanting to try new angles, but just wasn’t quite sure how. This looks exciting!

  128. Vangie says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. I definitely want to try it. I have been waiting and waiting for my LQS to get your sizzlin sixties book in. I have several jelly rolls waiting.

  129. Jessica says:

    Looks like fun things!! I am new to quiliting and ready to try new things. Thanks for the chance to have a fun new project!

  130. Stephanie says:

    How cool! I will definately be giving that a try. Thanks for the tutorial! Such a huge help.

  131. Ming says:

    Love that new Rebel Roses line. You`ve given me another idea for using some of the over 13 yards of it I have acquired!

  132. Page says:

    I have had my eye on that sizzlin’ 60’s. I am new to quilting so I was really admiring it, but if I win it then I will definitely try it. I have trouble finding quilt patterns that I really, really like outside of plain postage stamp quilts. So this is a real winner to me! Thanks for the chance to win! Rebel Roses Rocks!

  133. Heidi says:

    Great demo! Wonderful new patterns too. I love how they show off the fabrics.

  134. Nova says:

    I really need to make a hexagon quilt. 🙂

  135. Sewmarm says:

    This is really helpful, especially the large & beautifully clear photos, and you have beautiful taste in patterns.

  136. Sally M says:

    I’ve got my sixties ruler, just need some patterns to go with it, so I can practise this.

  137. Juul :o) says:

    Thank you for the tutorial, lovely lovely.
    I’m wondering if you took all the photo’s yourself?
    Must be such a lot of work.

  138. Aline says:

    Thank you so much for the demo, it’s very clear ! I really appreciate your blog and it helps me to practice my english !
    Yes, of course, I want to give a try…

  139. This couldn’t have come at a better time as I am just about to bind the pinwheel topper from On A Roll. This will make it so much simpler. Thank you.

  140. Lisa says:

    You make it look so easy. I’ll try it and see if I’m as talented…….

  141. Karen Sikes says:

    Great tutorial, you made it look so easy.

  142. Dawn Stephens says:

    You make it look so easy I can’t wait to try it. I love your patterns and your quilts are beautiful. If I win I will be making them all.

  143. Jocey says:

    Great tutorial..but then again I love everything you do and show.

  144. Christine says:

    Thanks for the tutorial … very clear and easy to understand. Also thanks for the chance to win one of your wonderful patterns. I’ve just finished my 4th Crossroads Tablerunner … my most used pattern ever.

  145. anne says:

    Great tutorial. I think I might be able to do it with step by step instructions. I love the look of the corners and cant wait to make something with them. Thanks

  146. A Betty says:

    That looks so doable. Thanks for teaching us- and the chance at the give aways.

  147. Chrysalis says:

    Great technique. I am almost done with a hexagon quilt that I need to use this technique on, so thank you for the help.

  148. Robyn says:

    I would LOVE to learn this. I did a table runner and couldn’t figure this out. It ended up very lumpy. Thanks for the tutorial. THis is the first time I’ve seen a how to on this. GREAT!

  149. Sharlene says:

    Your blog is just so refreshing. Thanks for the give-away.

  150. Melissa says:

    Thank you so much for showing this. I have been wanting to try this and had no clue how to go about it.

  151. BethAnn says:

    Thanks for the great tutorial. Anything to help make binding easier. Those patterns are pretty awsome.

  152. Sarah G. says:

    Wow, that doesn’t look too hard. I wish I had seen this tutorial before…I would have tried doing a quilt differently.

  153. Dora Dis says:

    This is a very good tutorial ! A nice of you to have a giveaway.

  154. Cheryl says:

    Thank you for this tutorial! Another quilting question answered. Love the new patterns.

  155. shauna says:

    Thanks so much for the great tutorial. I’ve always wondered how do bind the inside corners and now I know. You make it look easy!

  156. Rebecca Silbaugh says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. Our shop made a sample of the same topper out of Sandy Gervais’ Tranquility line and we love it, but haven’t “finished” it yet. Now that I know how to finish the binding it might actually get done. Thanks again!

  157. Carol says:

    Looks easy enough. I would love to try out that pattern. Love the fabrics too.

  158. Becky Coykendall says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. I’ve never made a quilt with anything but straight edges. Now I’m willing to give it a try and would love to win your book and get started! I love your designs…so fresh and pretty.

  159. Kathy Savage says:

    I have wanted to make a quilt with ‘inside’ corners for years…no one to show me the miters! Thanks so much…now I can do so many more designs!

    The giveaway is awesome! Thank you!

  160. Gretchen says:

    Thank you so much for the tutorial!! The directions and photos are so clear, I know that it will now be easy to sew those inside corners. Thanks!!!!

  161. Karen says:

    THANK YOU(!) for this tutorial! I have the same table topper finished (in Patisserie) that you sewed for your demonstration, and I have been putting off binding it because I wanted those inside corners to look right but wasn’t quite sure how to go about it. Now I know! Thank you so much. And thanks for the opportunity to win your give-away! Karen

  162. Tamara says:

    I have been scared to try anything but the reqular square quilts but with your tutorial it makes other angles seem not to scarry. Thanks for showing us how this is done.

  163. Dana says:

    I love your tutorials! They always make me believe I can do the project, too. Thanks!

  164. Julianna says:

    Thank-you for that tutorial. I had no idea how it was done but it seems easy as pie now. I LOVE all your patterns and I’m excited about this new one. It’s rainy and grey here today so looking at those bright colours perked up my day.

  165. Nicole says:

    I have always wanted to try that technique, and you have taken all the “scare” out of it for me! I am dying to get my hands on your new book and pattern to try the 60 degree ruler.

  166. Shannon says:

    Thanks so much for the great tutorial! I’ve love to win the book or a pattern so that I’d have an excuse to try it out!

  167. Debbie Cameron says:

    Thanks for taking time to give us your tips. I often wondered if I just continue on straight on those points or if I would need to miter them.
    I woud love to win either but have the Simple 60’s patterns are calling out to me.

  168. Meg99 says:

    Your tutorials are always great! It looks so easy to sew inner corners as straight.
    I love your quilts and patterns especially “Secret Garden” made out of Fig Tree Quilts.

  169. jo says:

    -Thanks…I have an old quilt my grandma made that has the 60 degree angles and a similar border. I have thought about making a replica but haven’t as I’ve been unsure about binging it…THANKS for the tip! Now you have me back to thinking about tackling that project.

  170. Trish says:

    Thanks for the tutorial!! I’ve always been too chicken to try this, but think you may have given me the confidence to try my hand (I guess that would be try my needle) at it. Love your books and patterns!!!

  171. Shelley C says:

    What super cool patterns! I haven’t tried anything that ‘complicated’ yet, but you make it look so easy that I think I COULD do it! Thanks so much for this tute. I know it’ll come in handy.

  172. OK, so I really wish I had seen this technique before I attached my binding in my wrong, made up way to the same table topper I made! I still love that table topper.

  173. Kristy says:

    Too cute and easy…well looks easy when you do it. Love the tutorial, thanks for the detail and pictures. I’m a new quilter so I am having lots of FUN looking at all your beautiful creations!!

  174. Susan Bailey says:

    Thank you so much for the simple to use directions. I just finished making the kalidescope quilt from your Living Large book in Charisma and it was just beautiful. I can’t wait now to order this newest or win the new pattern Simple Sixties. I have fabric that would perfectly with this. You are one of the few designers who design for large print fabric!

  175. Karen G. says:

    I just love quilts with inside corners but have never tackled one myself. I will now! Thanks for the easy to understand tutorial with such great photos of the steps! Love your books and patterns…… wish I owned them all!

  176. nicole says:

    i’ve always wondered about 90 degree corners. thanks, now i can get out a few patterns that i’ve been waiting on.

  177. Gillian says:

    I love your tutorials, I really do learn something new.

  178. Teresa Stevens says:

    Thank you for the demo. I have always wondered on how to do this technique.

  179. Deana says:

    Thank you for your tutorial on the inside corners. I have always shied away from them but they don’t look so hard! Will have to give them try!

  180. Hendrika says:

    Great tutorial. I’m looking forward to trying this technique.

  181. Natalie says:

    I LOVE all of your patterns! And this tutorial is awesome…I have always been afraid to try binding inside corners, and it’s SO simple. I’m doing it! Thanks….pretty, pretty stuff!!!

  182. Cheryl says:

    Your tutorial is great – hope to try it soon! Your patterns are wonderful and I look forward to purchasing your latest. Thanks!

  183. Amy says:

    Thank you tons for sharing this with us. I’ve never done this before but you made it look very easy. I would love to win any of the patterns or books you are giving away – they all look fabulous. Thanks for all your inspiration.

  184. Judy says:

    Thanks for the info, shall have to make something “new” to try it on.

  185. Michelle F. says:

    I can’t believe that is how you do that! Thanks for the great tutorial. I would love to win anything that you give away. I love your designs and you really have a gift for breaking things down so it is easy to understand.

  186. Tricia says:

    Oh wow,

    I have done tons of bindings but never one that needed an inside corner. I can’t wait to try it out. Thanks for the Tutorial!

  187. Lynn Osborne says:

    The tutorial was excellent! Thanks for the chance to win the patterns!

  188. Sarah says:

    This is just cool. I have wondered how these are made. I hope to win and learn to make one soon.

  189. Erika says:

    Oh please enter me for a chance to win these awesome patterns – they seem somewhat daunting to me being a sort of advanced beginner, but I would so love the challenge…..

  190. Bonnie says:

    Thanks so much for the tutorial and what a great giveaway. Would love to be entered. I have never done an inside corner, kinda avoiding them, but love them.
    Keep Stitchen’

  191. Alicia says:

    Okay, it looks intimidating but I’m going to try it. Thanks for the tutorial!

  192. hannah says:

    Thankd for the tutorial–I am definitely bookmarking it to learn from when I try your technique! I hope to win the beautiful pattern too!

  193. Thanks for having a giveaway! I love your fabric line and patterns!

  194. Emily says:

    Great explanation! I’m new to quilting to I appreciate all these little tips and tricks. Love your patterns and fabric, by the way. : )

  195. Rita Lo says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this technique. I got 2 jelly rolls of ‘Wee play’ and wanted to make a ‘Merry go round’ quilt. That pattern also has alternate inside/ outside 90 degree angles. Now I can try making that and use your binding tutorial!

    Please enter me in your give-away draw. Love your patterns. In fact I just bought 2 of your jelly roll pattern books.

  196. Sarah says:

    Oh, these look like so much fun!

  197. Kara says:

    How fun! This looks easy enough that I just might try! You really do promise it’s easy?

  198. Pam says:

    What a wonderful photo tutorial …I think I just might be able to do this!!

    I love your fabrics and patterns!!

  199. Cindy says:

    Love the tutorial, I been wanting to make that tabletopper. Now I know how to do the binding. Your new patterns are very pretty!

  200. Karen M says:

    thanks for showing us how to do that binding .. it is helpful .. thanks for a great giveaway .. karen ca

  201. Reeze says:

    What a great tutorial! Thanks so much for the clear explanation and terrific photographs. I designed a quilt in this shape and found it difficult to write directions to explain how to bind those inside corners. Your explanation is clear and easy to follow. Thanks so much for all the time and effort it takes to write those tutorials.

  202. Marianne says:

    I would love to try this technique. Please enter me in the draw. Thanks for the tutorial.

  203. diane says:

    I do appreciate your tutorials so much! I’d love to win and then I will try it! Thanks Heather.

  204. Carol Lewis says:

    Great technique for the binding Heather. It would be so awesome to win one of your books so I could try this technique myself. I love the quilting on your table topper in your demo.

  205. Shari says:

    Thank you for the clear, detailed binding tutorial. Your fabrics and quilts are beautiful. Striped binding always creates such a WOW factor on quilts.

  206. wendysquilting says:

    Great tutorial! I wish I could stay home today and give it a try 🙂

  207. Denise Briggs says:


    You did a great job on your tutorial. You are generous with your time and skills.

    I liked your style of encouragement about the fear of clipping the quilt edge for the inset corner part of the binding.

    You’re a natural teacher.

    Please add me to your drawing.


  208. Christina D says:

    Great Tutorial! Thank you. It’s always nice
    to see what’s happening with the instructions.
    I have wanted to try a 60 degree quilt. Your patterns are inspirational.

  209. Kim H says:

    Thanks for the tutorial on inside corners, I have never tried one of these. Maybe I will get a chance if I win!!

  210. patty says:

    thanks for the tip, that table topper is one of my favorite charm pack patterns, but there’s usually a lot of grumbling going on when it’s time for the binding.

  211. Jennifer says:

    I love the extra dimension that the irregular edget give! Would love to give it a try.
    Thanks for the tutorial…

  212. Karen Holland says:

    Thanks for the tutorial, I will definitely try that on my next quilt! I would love to win!

  213. Jolyn says:

    Thanks for the good pictures! Makes it so much easier. I just finished a baby quilt and ended up snipping too far! Not good. Now I get to patch!

  214. Sharlene K says:

    I have a quilt waiting for me to try this technique-I’ve been putting it off because I wasn’t sure how to bind it. Now I know! Love the table topper too!


  215. alison Copes says:

    Oh….fun patterns! I just snatched up a great selection of 1/2 yards of your Rebel Roses line from my local quilt shop. Such pretty colors, and the perfect shade of teal to match my master bedroom. I’ve been wanting to branch outside the teal and browns in my color scheme and a beautiful quilt with your fabrics at the end of the bed is a perfect jumping spot!!! LOVE IT!!!

  216. Sandy G says:

    Great tip. I just finished the charm pack pattern and was wondering, just how do you put the binding on. I would just love to win one of your books. You have just beautiful patterns.

  217. Linda says:

    The tutorial was great. I love the patterns and would be thrilled to win and try them out.

  218. Jeanne says:

    I love your patterns and want to make them all. I will be trying the binding trick very soon. Thanks for the lesson.

  219. Chelsea says:

    That’s a great explanation! Totally makes sense now. Thanks. And thanks for the giveaway – those are great patterns.

  220. Barbara says:

    Hi Heather,
    Goodness, I can’t believe how easy that is. I’ve wanted to make those table toppers but I have to admit I was a bit intimidated by how to do the binding. Now I can just do it. Makes perfect sense now that I’ve seen how you do it. Thank you so much.

  221. shelley says:

    Well, I would feel very lucky to win one of these prizes! I will have to locate them at my LQS, just in case. I will definitely be trying this binding technique, and thank you for great tutorial!

  222. Sue Cahill says:

    I love binding quilts – it means they are going to be done!
    I love the patterns and would love to try the technique.
    I’ll keep my fingers crossed!

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

  223. Susan Lanthrip says:

    You make it look so easy! I love your Rebel Roses fabric. It is beautiful.

  224. Julie in WA says:

    Thank you for the tutorial. Since I have nothing that needs to be bound in such manner, I guess I better try my luck at winning a pattern to try it out on!

  225. Tissy says:

    Love your patterns, the ones for big prints are a great idea as sometimes you just don’t want to cut into the BIG PICTURE.

  226. Rachel says:

    I really enjoy viewing all of your work and would love to win your new pattern book!

  227. Kjersten says:

    I would love to win. Thank you for the tutorial. I was just asking a friend last week how to do this.

  228. Louisa says:

    Easy to follow tutorial on the binding – thanks. Now to make something and actually try it!

  229. Sheri says:

    Thank you for sharing. I would love to win!!

  230. Thanks for the great tutorial and photos! I’ll have to try this technique. Love the table-topper in this blog. Thanks for sharing! I’d love to win your pattern.

  231. Julie says:

    If i win one of the patterns, I promise to try a new technique. Thanks for the great how-to pics!

  232. Amy says:

    I just finished my first quilt with my new sewing machine and your site has helped me a lot! Thanks…from a fellow minnesotan!

  233. Danith says:

    Thanks for the demo – the pictures are very helpful, especially on such a beautiful quilt! Really am enjoying the Rebel Rose fabric!

  234. Sherry Moran says:

    I am a visual learner and really appreciate the pictures! I’m going to try the technique and I’d love to win!

  235. Julie says:

    Fabulous tutorial, I’ll hafta try this!

  236. Becky says:

    Thanks for the binding tutorial. I will have to try that and a quilt with 60 degree angles. I love all of your new patterns!

  237. Trish says:

    Great tutorial!! I’ll keep working on the 90 degree angles and maybe someday be brave enough to try this 🙂

  238. Margy says:

    I loved the picture of your booth at market. My eye went directly to the quilt with red zigzags down the sides. The for the opportunity to maybe win one of your great books.

  239. Kris says:

    Awesome Tute!!!!! Which book is that pattern in? I LOVE the rebel roses fabric!!

  240. highwaycottage says:

    Sometimes I enter because it’s something I’d like, but THIS (the patterns), are something I desperately need (ok, want, but really badly). Chances aren’t good with 232 comments already, but hey, if I’m not in I can’t win. I have a gorgeous stack of Park Slope just waiting for one of these patterns 🙂

  241. BL says:

    Great tutorial. I NEED to practice.

  242. Karen in Breezy Point says:

    I’ve done this kind of binding before but I think your tips will be very helpful! I love all of the 60 degree designs–they are so fun.

  243. jo smith says:

    any tutorial to learn something new is great, so are those cheerful quilts.

  244. Sandy says:

    Your tutorial made the whole process clear as a bell! Thanks so much.

  245. Laurie says:

    You make it look so easy! I think if I did step by step with my laptop right next to my computer, I just may be able to do these angles ( I think!!). I love your Little Charmer patterns – they are so easy to follow and they make me feel like a pro! I bet your newest patterns would do the same! Thank you for this chance to win such a fabulous prize set!!
    Laurie 🙂

  246. Sharla says:

    I love these new patterns! And feel inspired to try this new technique . . . .thanks!

  247. Melanie says:

    wow! thank you for showing that technique–i was always afraid to try zig zaged edges…will have to give it a shot! ANd thanks for the giveaway!

  248. Sandy says:

    I love all your patterns and really enjoy reading your blog!!

  249. Janet says:

    What a nifty trick for inside corners. Your illustrations help so much! I do better with visuals so thank you. I love your work.

  250. Jocelyn says:

    Heather, thank you soooo much for sharing this. I have been working on the Christmas Glow table topper from Scraps for All Seasons. And I have been really nervous about doing the binding right. This should be very helpful to complete the project. Thanks!

  251. Deb says:

    Wow! Thanks for this tutorial. I make quilt toppers similiar to yours and use the bias binding to help with those inside corners. Now I will never go back to doing it that way–I really detest it. :o).

  252. Vickie says:

    WOW! I just finished two quilts, a large one and a small one, and I thought they’d be so pretty with scallops … So I had to do inside corners, wish I had had this tutorial … THANK YOU … and I love the topper and the quilt patterns. I have made several of your quilts,and i love the Livin Large book … hope to add some of these to my collection. I need to look for that fabric in the pictures, I just love it!
    Thanks for keeping the creative juices flowing in all of us … hope we do the same for you in some small way.

  253. Maria says:

    Wow! I love your quilts! They look like so much fun to make. If I win this, thank you!!! If I don’t, I’m off to the store to get them!!!

  254. Great tute!! I’ve yet to need it – but I’m sure it will come in handy 🙂

  255. I enjoy your fabrics, and I’ve used several of your patterns. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial! I definitely want to make that table topper, too!

  256. Donna says:

    I just love all your fabric – especially the Rebel Roses! I would love to win!!!

  257. Trudi says:

    Thanks for your tutorial. I have been inspired to do a 60 degree quilt, if only I could find the right pattern. Your patterns look fantastic.

  258. Debra says:

    Thanks for the tutorial, I bet it will come in handy sometime. Your patterns are wonderful please do enter me in your drawing!

  259. Darcy says:

    I have been wanting to try this…forever! But never knew how to do it. I will add this tutorial to my binder. Your continuous binding technique is in there too (you have a really have a knack for teaching!).

    My name is coming out of that basket, I can feel it! 🙂 Have a great weekend. It’s my birthday, so this would be a great B-day present. *wink*

  260. folksmith says:

    thanks for the tutorial on the inside corners. will have to bookmark this for future reference.

  261. Mary says:

    The tutorial is so helpful. I’ve done my 90 corners this way, but always guessed at it and wasn’t sure it was going to come out OK. I think I’ll take some pictures as I bind a project to remind me.

  262. Ineke P. says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. I always wanted to try this but was afraid to do it. You make it look so simple.
    Now I will definitely use this technique.

  263. Mary Burn says:

    Your tutorial was awesome — makes sense to do it that way. I will give it a try.

    Thanks for the giveaway.


  264. Amy says:

    Thanks for the tut! I’ll give it a try.

  265. Norine says:

    Thank you for the tutorial. I will definitely try it on my next quilt’s binding. Your book looks like fun!

  266. Christine says:

    Oh pick me!!! I working on the Opposites Attract quilt right now – so much fun!!!!

  267. Sharon says:

    Thank you for this. I have a quilt top done that I need this information to finish! LOVE your books and can’t wait to get my hands on the new ones!

  268. Jolene says:

    I have not attempted anything with the inside corners, but you make it look somewhat “manageable”. Thanks for sharing. I’d love a shot at the patterns.

  269. Gwen says:

    I would never of thought of your trick – it seems so obvious now. Thanks for showing me the light :-).

  270. Marisa says:

    Thanks for a great tutorial! Your work is beautiful!

  271. Kimberly says:

    I’m terrified of 60 degree angles after a botched attempt with a diamond pattern. Thanks for the helpful tutorial…..I think my nerves can handle one more try at it!

  272. Karen S says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. You make it seem so easy i may just have to try it one day!

  273. carol says:

    Really nice technique…and those “Roses” just sing out loud !! Would love to win your kind giveaway!

  274. scrappylady says:

    Thanks for sharing this tutorial with us. So far I haven’t made anything with “funky” angles, but I’m LOVING the triangle quilt you made with the Darla fabrics. I may need to make one, or two…! Beautiful patterns, and fabrics, by the way.

    The close ups on your table topper show your gorgeous quilting! ( So fun to see! Maybe someday I will be brave enough to try free handing on my HQ16, but for now, it’s strictly pantographs.) You always have such fun giveaways, thanks for the chance to enter.

  275. Angela says:

    That was a wonderful tutorial! I would love to win your large-scale patterns and give this a try!

  276. Susan says:

    I have not attempted anything with the inside corners, but I want to try. Thanks

  277. Louise Jitts says:

    Quilters sharing their knowledge is all part of he sisterhood!. Thankyou sooooo much I will deffinatlely be trying this technique. A big thanks for your patterns very yummy.

  278. Linda in NC says:

    Very clear directions and photos. Thanks for the tutorial!

  279. Cynthia says:

    Inside corners???? Yikes….hmmmmmm…sputter! No problem! But seriously, you gave a great “play-by-play” of what’s involved! Now comes the hard part — actually doing it (how does that go? Right, I know I can, I know I can……). Thanks!

  280. Tonya says:

    Your tutorial couldn’t have come at a better time. I have a large hexagon quilt that I’ve been nervous about finishing because of all the inside corners. Thank you!

    I love the table topper. The fabrics make me smile!

  281. rebecca says:

    That’s a wonderful little tip for those angles. I’ll try it!! Rebecca

  282. helz says:

    Great Tute… actually feels half possible now…Lol especially love the concept of angles with ease…

  283. Linda says:

    Pretty pretty please with a cherry on top, pick me!! Well, I’m really not that much into begging, but wanted to enter. Your instructions and photos were right on and crystal clear – great job!!!

  284. Juli says:


    Thanks so much for showing how to add the binding to the inside corners it was something I had been avoiding. Now I’m looking forward to trying it out. Please enter me in the draw.

  285. Sue Goodin says:

    Can wait to try your binding techniques. Oh I soooo hope I win.

  286. Linda Chally says:

    This technique looks so hard but you make it easy! Loved your continuous bias binding and will use this with my quilting pal for our annual week of quilting this week. Thanks for the great instructions!

  287. Dee Johnson says:

    We had the pleasure of hosting Heather for our guild lecture and workshop. What fun. And the patterns are so user friendly – not to mention all the tips (inside binding) we received. Love all the patterns, but picked up the sizzling 60s and the ruler – truly awesome.

  288. angelines says:

    Your tutorial is fantastic and the little quilt too. Regards from Spain

  289. Laura says:

    so cool! thanks for the how to! Please add me to your drawing! I :love: the sixties patterns that you have put together!

  290. Kristan says:

    I’ll definitely try it!! Love the sixties angle. Hope I win the book and goodies. Thanks for keeping me inspired.

  291. Ruth says:

    Great Tutorial – I tried it on the two blue/yellow baby quilts I made – worked great!

  292. Bev C says:

    Thanks for that, your quilt work is great as per usual. Lovely bright colours in the quilts.

  293. Sharon Appleton says:

    Thank you for the tips it looks a great technique and i love the sixties patterns. I have to make some. Thank you

  294. alice says:

    Never tried anything like that, but I would love to learn! Thanks for the tutorial….the quilts are beautiful!!!

  295. Kathie Helms says:

    Thank you for the great tutorial. I will give it a try now that you’ve made it look so easy.

  296. Tressa says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. Perhaps it isn’t so hard as I once thought.

  297. Susan B says:

    That was a great tutorial. Thank you for the tips.
    Love the patterns. Love the fabrics.

  298. Lori says:

    Love the Sixties patterns! My kind of pattern!
    Thank you for the binding instructions. I love your work!

  299. Cathy says:

    Would love to try it out!

  300. Kim says:

    You make it look so easy, I bet it is! Thanks for this. Practise makes perfect, right? Cheers, Kim.

  301. Beverly says:

    Hello Heather,
    Thank you for the tutorial= it is a very helpful lesson. You are quite talented to keep coming up with all these wonderful patterns. And you have done a wonderful job of decorating your lovely lakeside home. Have a wonderful week!

  302. Jacquelyn says:

    Hi Heather!!!!!
    You make everything look so easy! You are a great inspiration to me and my dreams. Thanks for this blog and your willingness to share so much of yourself with all of us. I dont know how many messages you get from Canada but we LOVE LOVE LOVE you up here. Thanks for the tutorial. I hope to one day see you do this stuff in person.

  303. Kay says:

    Thanks for the tutorial on binding. That is great & makes me want to try a quilt with angles like that. I love the pattern & what a good way to use big prints which always seem to make their way home with me.

  304. Robin says:

    You’ve made it look easy—I so want to try it now. Love the new patterns.

  305. leta says:

    Thank you so much for the demo!!!

  306. treasa says:

    Thanks for the great tutortial. I will definately give it a try. Please enter me in the giveaway. I would love to win any of these.

  307. Sheila Hribar says:

    Oh my…. I have been trying to find Sizzlin Sixties at all my local quilt stores, without any luck. I would LOVE to get a copy! I so want to try a fun table runner.

    Thank you!!!

  308. Ladybug says:

    Thanks for sharing your talent. The tutortial was very easy to follow. Please enter me in your giveaway.
    Thanks Again!

  309. Angie says:

    I love all of your tutorials and have most of them printed out for every day use. Thanks for another good one.

  310. Beth says:

    I have two of your books and am looking forward to the simply sixties patterns. They are great. Thanks for the tutorial – I needed that!

  311. Carrie P. says:

    thanks for sharing your technique. the quilts are just lovely as usual.

  312. Elinborg Dagmar Lárusdóttir says:

    love the colors you use in your quilts, found your blog adress at thank you both for that

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  316. G. Mosso says:

    I just found your site and the technique on inside binding. I am trying to finish a wall handing with inside borders and I think this will be the way to finish. Thank you, thank you, thank you.


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  318. MaryEllen says:

    I have so needed to know how to bind inside corners .Too late for your draw ,but the information i now have i will thank-you everytime i do one of these corners Mary Ellen

  319. V Brown says:

    I have bought 3 of your latest patterns. The tutorials answered alot of my questions. Thank you and I will book mark it for when I do some more table toppers with inside corners. I have made several and can hardly wait to try it your way. Thanks Virginia

  320. Alicia P. says:

    Such a great tutorial — thank you!!!

  321. Kay says:

    Thanks so much for this tutorial. I’m making a quilt for my daughter’s dog that will be custom fit to go over the back cushion, seat and arm of the pooch’s side of the couch.

  322. Daphne says:

    Know I’m to late for the drawing, but linked here from Quilting board and absolutely love you site and your tabletopper,well all of your patterns. site bookmarked. Thanks

  323. Paula says:

    Thanks for the tip! I knew I was missing something to do to make it lay better. I love your patterns. Always well done!

  324. Marie says:

    Thanks so much for the tutorial on binding inside corners! It was very helpful!

  325. May says:

    I have stressed over finishing a “tumbling blocks” quilt. I am so grateful for your tutorial on the inside corners. I hope it is as easy as you make it look. THANKS!

  326. Jo says:

    I was having trouble figuring out how to bind an inside corner so I Googled “binding inside corners” and clicked on your demo. Lo and behold the piece you were using as an example was the exact piece I was working on! Your directions were superb and my “topper” looks just as I hoped it would. Thank you so much. HUGS.

  327. Jean Edsall says:

    Awesome! This is exactly what I needed to know, and how to do it! Thank you so much!

  328. Margie Love says:

    Absolutely perfect! I started making a quilt roughly in the shape of a baby grand piano. I had no idea how to do the inside corners. Your explanation with pictures was perfect!! THANK YOU!!!!

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  330. sewjournal says:

    What a great Tutorial. Thank you.

  331. Patti says:

    Wow! What a thorough job explaining this. The pictures AND the words. I need to do a 90 degree inside angle so I hope this technique works for me. Thanks.

  332. Heleen says:

    This is great! Perfect explanation. Just as easy as it looks like! Now even i can do those non 90 degree (inside) corners. Thank you so much!

  333. Della says:

    Big help with attaching binding. Thanks for the great tutorial.

  334. Gail says:

    So glad I searched and found this description.As Dell said, thanks for the great tutorial.

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  336. claire says:

    Great tut! I’ve always wondered how to do this move!

  337. beth H. says:

    Great tutorial. it looks simple enough. I look forward to trying it out.

  338. Rosalie Hill says:

    interesting. thanks for your tutorial.

  339. Mici Wiggins says:

    THANK YOU for the lesson. I was about to get stressed out. You saved me. 🙂

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  341. barbara Gesell says:

    after spending all day yesterday trying to bind the inside corners of my quilt GRRRRRR. I decided to try the internet. after many tries I finally came upon your site. Now to try your plan. looks good and easy we shall see what happens. Brooklyn quilt show2020 was just posponed because of the c virus. So I have sone leway. will send a pic if I can figure out how to send it… which me luck.

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