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Neurotic Snail Quilt

Just a quick post to show this baby quilt I made for a friend.

corrina-1I framed a solid square with fun prints –  most of them from Made By Rae’s line Lotus Pond.  Three sides but leaving a little corner stone allowed for me to embrace my crippling neuroses and do some pattern matching.

IMG_2646Neurotic Snails.

IMG_2645Cute little quilted windows.

corrina-22See the little snail HSTs in the sashing?  I like ’em.

It was almost a shame to fold this adorable Japanese fabric into binding.

il_570xN.493732245_m3k8Yuwa Cotorienne Fabric ‑ Tanuki Hide and Seek Blue and White Stripes

corrina-2And a happy little embroidered label.  I made this circle using my sew-an-turn applique method.

Cheers!

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Back-to-Front Binding Tutorial

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One alternative to making traditional binding is to make a quilt-back big enough to fold over to the front of the quilt and sew in place.  That’s right, you can use the backing for the binding!  I’ve had a tutorial for this process up on the blog – it was one of my very first posts back in 2010!  But that tutorial needed some updates – here we go!

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