December 9, 2015

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

Welcome to the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

I am excited to be participating for the first time in the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day in the Sewing + Craft supplies section.  This giveaway is open to everyone, worldwide.  The giveaway starts today and runs through Sunday, December 13th and will close at 8pm EST.

One lucky winner will received two (2) charm packs of Kaffe Fassett Classics from Westminster Fabrics in green colorway which includes various greens from light to dark along with some blues, pinks and more.  Each charm pack of 5" x 5" squares contains 2 pieces each of 15 different fabrics for a total of 30 charm squares in each pack.  Look at all the beautiful fabrics in each pack.

Since I just started my blogging adventure, let me introduce myself...I'm Paige and love all forms of quilting, especially modern.  Please glance at my About page to get to know me a little better.  I enjoy entering quilt shows and below are my recent finishes which I submitted to QuiltCon West.  With the record number of entries, 1,810 to be exact, the jury has their work cut out for them.  My Triangle Challenge entry, Witco's Daisies, was featured on yesterday's blog post.

           Barcelona             |                Witco's Daisies             |             Positively Transparent


While we are waiting for the jury results, please enter my giveaway!

Giveaway Details:

  1. Leave a comment, any comment.  For a suggested topic, I would love to know your preferred quilt binding method.  Do you cut crosswise strips or bias strips?  Do you like to sew them down by hand or machine?  
  2. Followers, old and new, get an additional entry.  Please leave a second comment and let me know how you subscribe whether it be by Bloglovin', Email, or Instagram.
Please include your email address if you are a no-reply blogger.  If I can not contact you, you can not win.

Thank you for stopping by to enter the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway and I hope you will consider following along with me on this quilting journey!


Thank you so much for entering, the giveaway is now closed.  And thank you Sew Mama Sew for another great Giveaway Day!

328 comments :

  1. Great post! You are going to have to show me how you removed the background from your pics so well! For binding I use straight cut and almost always sew down by hand.

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  2. You know I follow your wonderful blog :)

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  3. Hi, I cut bias strips for binding and I sew them by machine.

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  4. Crosswise strips and I don't hand sew anything. Ever. I make wide binding strips at 3", sew to the back, then flip to the front and machine stitch down. I like how the chunkier binding frames the quilt, like a work of art.

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  5. Oh...gorgeous charm packs. I only recently began to appreciate Kaffe Fassett fabric and have a few small pieces so these would be a nice addition. I make my own double fold binding; I only cut bias strips if I'm doing curved corners or a scalloped border on a quilt. Generally I do cut my strips, 2.5inches, on the cross-grain as I find they have just enough "give" to make a perfect binding. I sew the binding to the front of the quilt by machine but do a blind stitch by hand on the back to secure the binding to the quilt. I also am a stickler for sharp corners that I also stitch down. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  6. What beautiful fabric I use crosswise strip for binding and since I'm a get r done girl I machine stich my bindings thanks for the giveaway chance your blog is lovely

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  7. Wonderful! I cut crosswise and the best part I love about bindings...sewing them down by hand!!

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  8. cut crosswise strips or bias strips? Do you like to sew them down by hand or machine?

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  9. I have been tempted to cut bias strips, but haven't done that yet. I have tried machine sewing both sides of the binding down, but find that I prefer sewing the back down by hand.

    lindsayrodems at gmail dot com

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  10. A new follower through Bloglovin.

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  11. Paige, you really do come across as a very experienced blogger. You must have been reading all the best blogs for some time now.
    This is a fun giveaway! I'm following you with BL, IG, FB, and on my blog's sidebar.
    Binding - I like to machine sew it to the front and hand stitch it to the back. I use Edyta Sitar's method. And basting glue. I want to retrain myself to use bias cut binding a lot more often. I did not realize how much better it holds up to wear and tear.

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  12. I now follow you on Bloglovin. Love your quilts.

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  13. I almost always cut bias strips for my binding. I just like the way they behave that way and I hand sew them down on the backside.

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  14. Thanks for the giveaway! I typically do binding cut along the WOF, and sewing down by machine almost exclusively. Anytime I have to do handsewing, I find that it never gets done!

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  15. I am also a new follower via my blog reader, feedly.

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  16. I love a bias cut striped binding. But I will cut the strips whichever way the fabric looks best - depends on the print I am using. Also LOVE scrappy bindings if that works with the quilt. Love your entries to QuiltCon. Best of luck!

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  17. I just saw that you are very new to blogging. Welcome!! I signed up to follow on Bloglovin.

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  18. Cut straight cut strips and sew by hand. Green is a very pretty color and would great for any project. Thank you for taking the time to be a part of the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day and the chance to win those charm packs. Happy Holidays to you.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  19. I machine stitch the 2.5 " binding strip to the front of the quilt then flip to the nack where I hand stitch the binding for a nearly invisible finish. I do the top and bottom first, then the two sides. My quilt label is in the shape of a triangle and I put it in a corner so the bindind secures it when it is machine stitched into place. I then handstitch the label on the back when I handstitch the binding.
    Quiltfanatic@gmaiĺ.com

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  20. I like bias strips and definantly sewing machine!

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  21. I love a narrow double fold bias binding, and the ritual of hand stitching it down is my way of finishing every quilt.

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  22. Cross wise, machine stitch to the front and hand stitch to the back. I love finishing by hand.

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  23. I use crosswise double fold strips and sew the binding by machine to the front but hand stitch to finish on the back.

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  24. I follow you via IG @winkowl and via Bloglovin!!

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  25. I use crosswise but binding. I am a new convert to machine binding. I used the Cluck Cluck Sew tutorial for machine binding.

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  26. I'm just just learning to quilt, so my favourite binding would be the one I finally need because I've finished a project!

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  27. I usually cut my bindings straight. I sew them onto the front with my machine and then hand sew the back. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway!

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  28. I've never made a quilt but I use binding in bags. I use bias binding usually unless it's for the top of a straight pocket.

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  29. Thanks for the chance to win some yummy Kaffe's! I cut my binding depending on the fabric--stripes usually get cut on the bias, otherwise it's crosswise cutting for me!

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  30. I sew my binding down buy hand and use 2 1/2 inch strips....happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  31. I got you on bloglovin.........happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  32. I make my own binding and prefer to hand stitch it down on the back. I've also machine stitched it on for small projects.

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  33. I cut my binding crosswise. I attach it with the machine and finish it by hand on the back.

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  34. I cut plain straight strips. Ususally 2.5 inch. Glad you are bloggin.
    RAGoos@aol.com

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  35. Crosswise and hand binding for me :)

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  36. I do crosswise binding; sew the front on the machine and hand stitch the back

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  37. I follow on Instagram.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  38. I cut crosswise and hand sew bindings down. Thank you for the chance to win!
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  39. I cut my binding strips crosswise. I prefer a handsewn binding for most projects for my family but quilts for the nephews or things to sell are usually machine bound using my new flatfell foot. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. I cut my binding strips crosswise and sew the binding on by hand.

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  41. I love those fabrics! I normally use bias binding, it gives a nicer finish i think.

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  42. I finish my bindings by hand. I typically do straight strips unless I have to go around a curve.
    rtgandy at gmail

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  43. I follow on bloglovin
    rtgandy at gmail

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  44. I love snuggling up with a good quilt while binding it by hand. It's like I get to use it before it's even done!

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  45. I recently started binding by machine and like the look Thanks!

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  46. I'm an email follower. Thanks!

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  47. Thanks for the chance for the lovely Kaffe fabrics. Love, love, love Kaffe! I like to use cross-wise binding by machine. I use bias binding only if it's a stripe. Thanks again.

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  48. I prefer to cut cross strips, machine bind, back to front, with a straight or tiny zig zag stitch!

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  49. I follow with Bloglovin. x

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  50. I often buy a jelly roll and do scrappy binding with it as I loathe cutting! I like to hand stitch my binding down. Thank you for lovely giveaway. x

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  51. Welcome to blogland. I prefer bias and I always handstitch.

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  52. I am following you on bloglovin and instagram.

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  53. So far I have only used straight cut bindings, I've only been quilting for about 2 years and haven't done anything with curves to necessitate the bias cut. I have done all of my binding by machine. If you have the right tool for the job, why not use it?

    linda_collum@hotmail.com

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  54. Hello, I cut cross grain strips and sew down by hand. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  55. I am not sure what you call what I do for binding as T am fairly new and am only binding my 2nd quilt...I use the backing and fold it over twice, then hand sew it to the front! Thank you so much for the chance! tghjlw @ gmail . com

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  56. I cut my binding the same direction I cut all my fabric. I stitch around it on my machine and then hand stitch it to the backside. Thank you for the opportunity. Have fun blogging.

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  57. For binding I like making my own strips, sewing them together, and machine stitching them down using an extra color for pop... well, sometimes. Other times I use a thread color to match the binding. It just depends on the project. Thanks for such a fun giveaway! My email is: Trekkiechick29 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  58. Following on bloglovin @ trekkiechick29. My email is: Trekkiechick29 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  59. Kaffe Fasset is one of my favourites!

    I cut my binding on the bias. If it's a large quilt I do it by machine but for smaller things I like the focus and rhythm of handstitching.

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  60. I use cross wise and bias cut depending on the fabric print being used, i.e..a stripe cut on the bias to make diagonal stripes on the binding. Of course I would use bias if my quilt had scalloped edges. I almost always hand sew my binding down (only because I like doing handiwork).

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  61. I subscribed to your blog using bloglovin :-)

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  62. I love Kaffe , I cut crossways binding (unless I am sewing around a curve) and always machine sew to front and mostly hand sew to back--- did I mention I hate binding

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  63. I cut crosswise strips and sew them down by machine. I usually follow Rita Hodge's tutorial (Red Pepper Quilts). Thanks for the chance!

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  64. I'm a new follower on Bloglovin.

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  65. I'll admit that I am new to sewing - only two years so far! And most of what I do is clothing for my daughter. But quilting will happen, and soon. I've got a little stock pile of charm squares (because they are adorable!) just waiting for me - I would love to add these to the stack!

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  66. Hi! I prefer bias strips and I sew them on the machine. Thanks for the entry! E_goblue@yahoo.com

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  67. I have started cutting bias strips (using the tube method). I have discovered the bias binding foot for my machine, and my quilts may now all have rounded corners so I can stitch the binding down in one go. Not quilt show quality, but still cuddly for the recipient.

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  68. Hi Paige! I always use straight-cuts and machine bind but I'd really like to challenge myself by using bias binding and hand sewing. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  69. I use straight cut for my binding, machine sew it to the front and hand sew to the back.

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  70. I am a new follower with bloglovin.

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  71. I cut my bindings strips on the straight grain and stitch down by hand

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  72. What a lovely fabrics! I usually cut WOF and then sew to the front by machine and hand stitch to the back.

    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  73. I'm new to quilting, but I really love machine sewing bindings.

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  74. I cut WOF and then machines stitch to the front but hand sew onto backing:)

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  75. New follower on Bloglovin!

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  76. unless I am going around curves I use straight cut binding
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  77. I've only bound something on my own once but it was cut on the bias and machine sewn back and front

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  78. Your quilt con entries are gorgeous! I cut cross wise and sew by machine.

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  79. I just discovered you so I now follow via email... the old fashioned way!! Thanks for the giveaway - perfect as my new fav color is green/teal!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  80. I just cut straight grain...straight across fold to salvage. Corners, don't know what htey are called, but they are not mitered...just the fold up, then fold down way! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  81. I follow you on Bloglovin' (ayngemac@gmail.com)

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  82. I'm a beginning quilter, so I don't have a method quite yet. Just learning the basics now. (ayngemac@gmail.com)

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  83. I would love to learn to quilt so I dont have any favourite methods but would love to give them all a try!
    H.

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  84. So glad to have found your blog...now a new follower on Bloglovin!
    H

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  85. I use bias strips n sew them by hand :) priza_7@yahoo.co.in

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  86. Followed u on bloglovin :) priza_7@yahoo.co.in

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  87. I machine bind... I'm to impatient to bind by hand

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  88. I am following on Bloglovin

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  89. I cut cross wise strips and using stich down by hand but recently started machine sewing them.

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  90. Now follow you via bloglovin and instagram @michells_place

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  91. I bind with crosswise strips and I machine sew. I have a feeling that the quilt police will bust me for my shoddy binding soon

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  92. I mostly bind with crosswise strips and handsew. I machine sew high use quilts (eg baby quilts). I use bias binding on quilts with curves or lots of edges.

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  93. I prefer binding with bias strips.

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  94. I cut the binding crosswise and sew down by hand to the back. thanks for giveaway!

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  95. I cut strips and double fold them, sew on with a machine stitch one side then hand stitch the other side. I LOVE binding!!!!

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  96. I do bias binding. Machine stitch it to the front then wrap to the back and hand stitch it down. It takes awhile but is very soothing to stitch!

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  97. I cut crosswise and machine sew my bindings. Hate binding. Thinking seriously of paying someone to do them for me!

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  98. depends....and I machine sew one side and hand stitch the other.

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  99. I cut crosswise, with a diagonal join. Machine the first side and hand stitch the flip side.

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  100. I still love the look of hand stitched binding so that is what I still do. Welcome to blog land. I cut the binding on the diagonal since I make a lot if oval mats

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  101. I already follow on bloglovin

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  102. I like the cross cut method and since I love hand stitching, I don't mind stitching it down by hand.

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  103. It depends on the project, but I always hand sew my binding. Thanks for the generous give away!

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  104. I cut crosswise strips and stitch it down by hand. I've tried stitching it down by machine but I've never gotten it neat enough to suit me.

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  105. Wow, what beautiful fabric! Thank you for the giveaway opp!

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  106. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  107. I like to straight cut, and I prefer machine binding mostly because I'm lazy. :)

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  108. I cut crosswise just for ease. Thanks

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  109. I use both methods for cutting my strips and I sew the binding by hand on the back once it has been attached on the front by machine.

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  110. Machine binding! thanks for the chance!

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  111. Crosswise and by hand on the back!

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  112. Yes please!
    I always cut on the bias for binding, since I read about the fabric wears better, as there are more threads (hatch pattern) on the very edge of the binding than if it were cut straight (one line of the weave). And I machine sew the first side, matching the raw edges of the double fold to the edge of the quilt, then fold over and hand sew the rest to the back!

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  113. And I've followed you on Instagram! :)

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  114. Congratulations on your blog feature and good luck!

    I have only done the binding on two quilts so far and used premade binding and my machine.

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  115. Thank you so much for your giveaway. I cut my binding crosswise and sew the front down by machine. Then I sew it to the back by hand. I only use bias when I have curves in my quilt.

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  116. I always cut bias continuing binding,most times I machine on, but hand sew binding on special quilts.

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  117. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the fabrics you've chosen for the giveaway!

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  118. I make bias binding and usually machine sew.
    Love the colorway.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  119. I make cross-wise binding & usually sew it completely by machine. I plan to try the two-color piped binding soon. Thanks.

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  120. I'm a new follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  121. Ooh, great prize! I've done both binding methods but usually default to straight cut/sew down by hand.

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  122. I really enjoyed the jelly roll quilt I made.

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  123. I always do my binding by hand. More work but looks better.

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  124. Your work is so wonderful. I love the simplicity of it.

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  125. I follow you, yes I do, on Facebook.

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  126. I cut crosswise strips and sew on by machine, finish by hand (takes forever, but I like the way it looks).

    livingincolorblog [at] outlook [dot] com

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  127. I almost always do double French fold binding by hand, unless I have curves or something else funky, and then I do bias strips. On small items I sometimes do single fold binding.

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  128. Following you on Blogglovin and Instagram. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  129. I sew all my binding on the machine with bias strips.

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  130. I am following on Instagram as marg1950

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  131. I cut binding crosswise unless the quilt has curved edges, then machine sew to the front and blind stitch to the back.

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  132. I love machine binding. i make flanged binding with WOF strips.

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  133. I usually cut across the grain, but sometimes when I'm energetic or have a quilt edge with curves, I do bias strips. I've heard that bias strips make a stronger edge that wears better. I hand sew the binding on the backside of the quilt.

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  134. I usually do crosswise strips and handsew the back of the binding. I love that relaxing part of the process. Thanks for the chance to win. Kaffe's fabric makes me swoon!

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  135. I just signed up to follow you via Bloglovin. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  136. I sew wof strips on by machine, and hand stitch, unless it's a donation quilt, and then I machine stitch. thanks for the chance.

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  137. I'm a new follower on Bloglovin. good luck with your Quiltcon entries -- they look great.

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  138. My daughters name is Paige! I sew my bindings but am still working on getting them to look good. It's the hardest part of making a quilt for me.

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  139. I machine bind my quilts now, simply because most of the recipients will be throwing them in the washing machine. I think they have abetter chance of staying intact. Thanks for the giveaway, Kaffe fabrics are so gorgeous. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  140. I clicked to follow you on bloglovin. Thanks for the chance.

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  141. I machine bind. I make mostly charity quilts so usually bring the backing forward to make the binding. last week though I changed things up and did one by sewing the batting, front facing the back around the perimeter then FMQing so there was no binding. That was easy. I also rounded the corners (because I messed up a miter attempt) and applied binding that was cut from the left over back so it was straight grained. Worked well. Thank you for the chance. I bought two Kaffe fabrics and will be using them in a liberated round robin. We are writing the directions soon - yur fabrics would be great additions. Thanks!

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  142. I machine bind and always make bias strips. :)

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  143. I use cross cut strips for my binding. Usually sew the back down by hand, but I want to try Ricky Tims all by machine method.

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  144. I just signed up to follow you on email.

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  145. I like bias binding and hand or machine sew depending on the type of quilt

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  146. Your daisies quilt is beautiful! I have used bias binding for smaller projects but have not yet made a quilt... Still learning techniques on smaller projects :) I love the Kaffe fabrics!

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  147. I cut my binding strips crosswise at 2.5 inches Sew on the front of my quilt by machine then hand stitch to the back

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  148. Cross wise, machine stitch to the front and hand stitch to the back. I am a big fan of KF :)

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  149. I usually make the backing a little larger and bring it forward to the front use as my binding. I do hand sew it in place.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  150. bloglovin follower: Nicole Sender
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  151. I know I should cut on the Bias but I don't. I do miter the seam connections and follow Patrick Lose's directions for sewing it on.

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  152. I use crosswise binding, machine sewn on the front and hand sewn on the back.
    Gathering the courage to machine sew on the back! Thank you for the giveaway.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  153. I just muddle through every time i put a binding on ;( i guess i need to be taught the correct way! Thanks for the chance

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  154. Following via email and IG.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  155. I sew crosswise strips and sew it on by machine and finish it on the back by hand.

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  156. Enjoyed reading your blog! I do binding strips on bias and hand sew them. thanks!

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  157. i am a new follower on bloglovin!

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  158. Hi, Paige! My preferred binding method is 2.25" WOF strips, machine sewn to back and then wrapped around and machine sewn to the front. We make so many charity quilts, it's too slow to hand stitch the binding down, and this lasts longer! Thanks for the chance at your lovely giveaway - you can find me at salliesue57 (at) gmail (dot) com!

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  159. And I'm a new follower via email! salliesue57 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  160. Very pretty fabric. I machine stitch my bindings now. thanks for the great giveaway.

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  161. I always try for bias binding unless I'm very short on yardage.

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  162. Thanks for the giveaway! For baby/heavy use quilts I machine stitch to the front, wrap around, and machine stitch on the back. For Art quilts I either machine stitch to the front/hand stitch the back, or use a facing for the edge. I cut on the grain bindings for anything with straight edges, but bias bindings for anything with abnormally shaped edges.

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  163. I always cut my binding crossway and machine stitch. I hate sewing anything by hand!

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  164. I cut across the fabric for my binding. I bind by hand unless it is a quilt that will be washed often and bind by machine.

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  165. Hi Paige, nice to meet you! I usually cut crosswise and depending on how much time I have, I like to hand sew. If I'm pressed for time I will machine stitch. Thanks for the chance to win :)
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

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  166. I'm a new follower on bloglovin
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

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  167. Hello and thank you for this gorgeous giveaway! I'm not much of a quilter, but I prefer hand sewing to machine

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  168. Binding puts me in a bind! I am getting better with it and the last baby quilt I made, I used my machine to sew it down. It really came out very well, so the anxiety is lowering! duchick at gmail dot com

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  169. I am a new follower of your blog on Bloglovin! duchick at gmail dot com

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  170. Hello, first time visiting your blog. I love your quilts!!! I can't decide which one is my favourite, although Positively Transparent is very high on the list...

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  171. I now follow you on bloglovin

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  172. I like to make bias strips, and sewing them by machine.
    quiltpatchappli at gmail.com

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  173. I'm a new follower with Bloglovin, so happy you visit my giveaway!! ;-)

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