About my header

My shed is my header by my son Darrell, He painted the Robin for me and said that it reminded him of me. Because Robins use other birds nest and if there is an egg in it, they will take care of it just like its their own. He said thats what I do, I have always taken care of others in need of a home when I come across someone in need. Isnt that Sweet, I had told him I wanted a bird and this is the one he chose. Robins have solid blue eggs which are the symbols for him and his brothers and the speckled egg are the others I have taken into my home. It was very touching to me because he researched his piece, He is a true artist and has lots of great jobs. my neighbor had hers done to

Friday, November 22, 2013

SIMPLESEW IS Collecting Binding Tutorials, Please share your Favorite


BINDING IS A CHALLENGE FOR ME
WHY ?  I DONT PRACTICE ENOUGH. ???.....I THINK A LINKY PARTY FOR JUST BINDING WOULD BE GREAT, PUT IT ALL IN ONE PLACE..SHARE TECHNIQUES. I HAVE TRIED TO USE THIS ONE,
BUT AS GREAT AS MSQ CO AND TUTORIALS GO... THEY HAVE TO REMEMBER BEGINNERS NEED NOT A MASTER RUN THROUGH. THIS IS SOLELY MY OPINION AND THIS TUTORIAL IS ON YOU TUBE, WHO DOESNT LOVE YOU TUBE.. I PREFER TO SEE THE VIDEOS ON CREDITABLE WEBSITES AND SHERRY HAS SPUNK BUT WHEN A PERSON HAS DONE IT OVER AND OVER FOR A MILLION YEARS, ITS 2ND NATURE. ANYONE ELSE HAVE SUGGESTIONS AND A OPINION.. DOES YOUR WEBSITE HAVE BINDING 101, I DONT HAVE ANY TUTORIALS, I AM NOT AT THE POINT TO TEACH, I AM CREATIVE AND LOVE SEWING QUILTS AND CRAFTS. I MUST FINISH A THANKSGIVING RUNNER I HAVE QUILTED AND BINDING HAS ME ALL FLUSTERED AND WONKY....THANK YOU MQC FOR THE TUTORIAL.. WOULD YOU TWEEK IT FOR US WITH YOUR EXPERTISE AND GREAT YOUTUBE CAPABILITIES..?



Happy Turtle






Thank you for Sharing another binding tutorial, the pocket method, it shows how to hand sew the binding on the reverse side, the pocket method is easy for beginners https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buCKs-Fgvb4&feature=youtu.be

1 comment:

  1. I so get what you're saying about binding! I found this tutorial and I am very pleased with it!
    http://happyturtlequilts.blogspot.ca/2013/05/time-to-finish-something.html

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