Penny, and teach some classes.
Di Ford BOM from Quiltmania. I am just going to put all the cut out flowers and leaves in a bag, and play with them when I get there.
I knew that I would have to take along my Little Sisters quilt, as the quilting is not yet finished and I have 6 weeks to get it done. So, today I decided to put the binding on. Bit risky sometimes when the quilting is not complete, but I think it will be ok.
Turned to the back of the quilt, the pressed edge sits neatly onto the machine sewn line, and this is where I will slip stitch in place.
This is not meant to be a tutorial, just a few hints. When I started quilt making the bindings were always a chore, and just threw them together, not thinking about the final result.
Until......entered in a quilt show and the judges comments were "watch your bindings" .......ok......time to do a better job at it.