French fold binding

Learn how to master the art of French fold binding with these creative techniques. Enhance the look and durability of your projects with this classic binding method.
Double Fold French Binding   If you cut your binding at 2 ½” sew your binding on at 3/8”  If you cut your binding at 2” sew your binding on at ¼” French Quilt, 9 Patch Quilt, Sewing Binding, Binding Tutorial, Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns, Quilt Binding, Jellyroll Quilts, A Glass Of Wine, A Cup Of Tea

Double Fold French Binding

Here is the blog on double-fold french binding finally! It's a long one so maybe get a cup of tea or a glass of wine :) I hope that you enjoy it. I make my binding from cross-grain or length-wise-grain strips unless I need bias strips for rounded edges. I really like length-wise-grain since it is so strong and have very little bend to it. I usually cut my binding strips 2.5” for large quilts and 2” for small wall-hangings. I find that I don't like the look of a really thick binding on a…

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Emily L.
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Making French Fold Books

Bookbinding sounds much more intimidating than it really is, especially considering how loose the definitions of 'book' and 'binding' are individually, more so when combined. One of the easiest books to make is the French Fold. There is no sewing necessary, it can even be done with tape instead of messing with glue and dry-times, and you can easily incorporate mixed media. 'French Fold' is in reference to the pages of the book being joined together on the outward facing fore-edges, instead…

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ellen young
There are many options when adding binding to your quilt....I have had a lot of success using a French Binding and here is the method I use.... Quilt Binding Tutorial, Quilt Tips, Sewing Binding, Binding Tutorial, Clear Pictures, Quilt Binding, Ooh La La, How To Finish A Quilt, Quilting For Beginners

A Tutorial: French Binding...Ooh,la,la!

There are many options when adding binding to your quilt....I have had a lot of success using a French Binding and here is the method I use. To begin I measure the perimeter of my quilt top and add 10 inches to that measurement...that will be the amount of binding I will need to cover the quilt top. I cut my strips 2.5 inches (from selvedge edge to selvedge edge)... Sew the strips together by placing two strips perpendicular to each other and right sides facing...draw a line from the top…

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