I also don’t like to have my binding tight and snug against the quilt edge when I pull it around to the back, I like a little bit of wiggle room for when it’s washed and shrinks up. I thought my mom exaggerated when she said sewing on the binding […], […] FINISHING Labelling Quilts Add a hanging sleeve […], […] 10. Even the store owner that told me that the quilt wasn’t finished until the binding was hand stitched down, is sewing her bindings on by machine. I will try this method next. Thanks for the awesome tutorial!!! I've always sewn the back of my binding by hand, but I need to try this for baby quilts: like you say, they get alot of washing!! I have a question about your "stay-stitching" around the edge of the quilt before binding. I can't exactly tell what you did there after pinning the two ends together at the creases. This method is so clear and easy to follow and you know what now? Machine binding a quilt is a lot quicker than hand stitching it down, which means I get done with the binding faster! I want to make sure that the binding covers the row of stitching that I used to secure the binding to the back of the quilt. I'm going to try your way now. I’ve been doing my binding by stitching from the front but I like the look of yours better. I know several people who do it well. You can use this fantastic quilt binding technique using fabric or use bias tape. This has been most helpful and I'll be coming back when I get to that stage.  It was definitely quick and easy, and definitely […], […] you are in a hurry, I recommend using Cluck Cluck Sew’s tutorial on finishing your binding using your […], […] Personally, I really like binding a quilt by hand because not only does it create a clean, blind finish, but it’s also mindless sewing and pretty much the only time I sit down to watch a movie or TV. But binding a quilt by machine can be efficient and look equally clean and tidy. I used it on my 4th hourglass quilt using your tutorial. We LOVE the look of hand sewing! Yesterday, I provided a couple of ideas for getting them organized. I used this tutorial. I took a class on binding the past weekend to help with this first quilt and it was not all that helpful. darlene. Both methods work great and I love both though! That is so simple. Yes – it’s faster than hand stitching but I find it very stressful to do. Sew the binding to the FRONT side of the quilt top. hello…you actually forgot to say in the instructions that you first stitched all the way around the quilt to hold all layers together. I don’t understand how it goes from that to the next picture where it’s completely finished. You can decide if you prefer the Interchangeable Straight Stitch Foot or the Interchangeable Zigzag Foot for the job. Sew the binding onto the quilt FRONT first. Thank you so much for sharing you really made my day..working binding on my second baby quilt and your pictures and directions helped me so much.. God Bless and keep posting I need all the help I can get :). (The method I use is similar to that used for the Quilters Boot tool if anyone is curious about it.) If you use 2½” binding strips, this means you’re going to have “empty” binding that feels limp and thin or your binding will not be even on the front and the back. Remove the quilt from the sewing machine and lay the unsewn section of binding along the edge of the quilt to check that it lays properly along the edge and is the correct length needed to finish the quilt. I'll have to try this on my next quilt! That needle has to go through a lot of layers and the smaller needle may end up breaking or bending. In this case, I use my size 80/12 needle that I use for piecing. You won’t be able to see where your binding starts and stops. I tend to sew on the front binding more than not. You can also machine or hand baste the quilt’s edge just inside the 1/4-inch seam before adding the binding. This is last years Chris, Just in the nick of time I finished this year’s, I went a little crazy fabric buying with all the s. After a lazy weekend my house is a dumpster fire.. And just like that...time for Christmas! […], […] Finished! thanks!! Thanks for this wonderful tutorial – excellent pictures and explanation. I either need to make sure that I allow enough time to get all my quilts bound in the way that I prefer, or I have to perfect this technique or I just learn to live with it! From the front of the quilt, the binding looks pretty good. I cut two 11×16″ pieces of fabric, and hemmed along the long edge on one side of both pieces. Thread color is extremely important. I’m like things to be neat and this isn’t neat according to me! Thank you so much for this tutorial.  I would recommend machine binding over hand binding for durability. Yes this definitely works better for me, and from the front of the quilt, it looks hand done. I can’t remember not using this method of attaching binding. I like how you started on the front of the quilt instead of the back. However, I’ve noticed over the past decade that many people are sewing their bindings to the back of the quilt and then pulling the binding to the front and stitching it in place with the sewing machine. This was so clear and easy to follow and it worked perfectly. Now I sew them on the front, then press and fold over to the back. I love this method. I've tried a zillion and one ways (including this method) and mine never look good AT. Thanks for sharing! Create the Binding and Stitch it to the Quilt. There are also guides on the Changeable Straight Stitch Foot that help me know where to stop at the corner. We just wanted to master machine binding! I think I'll have to give it a go on some smaller items first so that I'm ready for the next quilt! It appears that people don’t have time to do the hand stitching anymore. I just want to say thank you for having this! Turn the corners, do the final join – everything is the same. I've created a three part quilting tutorial to guide you through every step of the process. You’ll notice in the first picture below that the default setting of this stitch has the zags to the left. […], […] quilted this one myself, and bound it with my machine binding technique you can find here. When I sew the binding on the front of the quilt, I use invisible thread on the top and use thread that matches the binding in the bobbin. I do tell them though that they can bend….. Yours is the first machine sewn binding that I actually like the look of. Elaine’s Tech Tips column (originally published in A Needle Pulling Thread magazine) is now available online in e-book format at QUILTsocial.com. I have saved it and I look at it each time to review before I do my binding. Choose a place to start, and fold the binding strip over until it’s PAST the 1/4″ seam line that you made sewing the binding onto the front and pin.  This part is important…if you don’t pull the binding edge past that seam line…you’ll get stitches in your binding on the front. Â, (the other seam line in the photo is the stay-stitching after I’m done quilting…ignore it), Sew right along the edge of the binding on the back…you are trying to sew, Keep sewing until you reach a corner, stop 6″ before the corner, fold the bottom edge up, then the side edge over creating a nice mitered corner and pin.  Sew to the corner, leave your needle down and turn to sew down the other side.Â, Keep on sewing until you’re back at the start and you’re done!  If you did it right (it takes some practice!) It’s my favorite and really all I use! Very nice tutorial. Just make sure you are pulling that binding on the back across the front stitches before you sew it down. Hi Sharon! Binding a quilt by machine: attaching your binding Step 1 Starting at the centre bottom of your quilt and following the traditional or seamed method (see below), attach the double-fold binding with raw edges aligned using a 1 ⁄ 4 in seam. Sewing Patchwork made by … In this method the binding is applied to the back of the quilt and brought around to the front, glue-basted down, and edge-stitched from the front. THANK YOU! I might even have a follow-up post so we can all learn. Fold the bindings to meet in the middle of the unsewn space, press with an iron or finger press…enough to make a crease.  Open the strips, and match the crease marks and pin the strips right sides together.  Sew down the crease marks, trim (make sure it’s sewn correctly before you trim! but when I sew to the front, turn to the back, the back binding is always so much wider so my seam line on the front isn’t close to the binding like yours. Thanks for your tutorial! It's not perfect but I know I'll get better with each project. Thank you. My grandmother used this with her old peddle singer. Cool! I followed this tutorial to sew on the binding by machine. I know you wrote this in 2013 but I just came across this on Pinterest in 2017! I tried a new method to sew on a binding this weekend, the one on Red Pepper Quilts, and was terrible at it. I didn’t find a difference in using either of the interchangeable feet for this first part. This is the best binding tutorial I have come across after lots of searching! Once you have completed the assembly part of your quilt you will now want to know how to bind a quilt to completely finish it. At some point will you show how to bind a scallop edge quilt?P.S. And I use the changeable dual feed 1/4″ guide food to sew on the binding. Preparing a Quilt for Binding by Machine. Just practice a lot and you’ll get it and love it! I just used this tutorial and, while I still need some practice, it looks great! I've tried it, but always wind up with a pucker or two, so I finally just stopped doing it, depending instead on the quilting to hold everything in place. Thank you so much! The tails don't appear to be tucked under and sewn down, after being trimmed. Sorry for such a long post. OK – that’s not always true and I’ll tell you about that in a minute. I like your method for the corners…it makes much better sense than the method I was taught. Old habits die hard and I always stitched that mitered corner when I hand stitch the binding. Thanks for this! I just completed binding for the first time. See all our, 2 reasons to use the Dual Feed Foot (Walking Foot). The right-hand side of the foot runs along the outer edge of the quilt sandwich and the binding edge runs along the blade – 1/2″ seam from quilt edge, binding edge is 1/4″ from quilt sandwich edge, binding has 1/4″ seam. :) I'll have to give your method a try. (Of course with a slab binding it didn’t matter.) now I know why you had two rows of stitching…. But a couple months ago I was in a real hurry to finish a charity quilt and I stumbled upon your tutorial… now I'm hooked. That's my preferred width, but it probably just makes it a bit more challenging. Have you ever tried a 2 1/4" binding? Elaine, Shaneka. We’re FINALLY back in business with the last part in our 5-Part quilting series, How to Make A Quilt for Beginners, and we’re going to finish off the series and your quilt with binding. Because I used a bobbin thread that matches the quilt top to initially sew the binding on, if I mess up a bit, it won’t be that obvious. Thank you! Binding color very closely matches the quilt backing. It seems like it helps you control the backing looking smoother if you stitch it from the back – Awesome step by step pics – thanks so much!!! While I’ve seen people use a lot of different decorative stitches for this step, I like to use a blanket stitch (D:3) which is found in the D Menu – Quilt Stitches on the Sapphire 960Q. On my last few projects, I’ve had better luck with making a 3″ binding. However I have to say that this mitered corner does look very neat and I could always go back and hand stitch that corner down. thank you for this great tutorial .. i have just finished my second ever quilt .. the first one i hand stiched the binding on the back but the one that I just finished this rvo (a small baby quilt) i used this technique !!!! 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Here is part 2 of my machine quilt binding tutorial! I used to attach them back-to-front but too often the part I pulled over would be more than 1/4″ and thus would obscure edges/points on outer blocks. I am a new quilter and just binded my first lap quilt using your method! Elaine Theriault is a teacher, writer and pattern designer who is completely obsessed with quilting. After quilting and trimming your quilt (the white stippled section of diagram is the quilt, the grey is the table), begin by stitching your binding to the edge of the back of your quilt. No handout was given to go by when u get home to help and the instructor was not very good at explaining the process but your tutorial is 100% right on. The mitered corner with machine stitched binding. I think I'd like to use this method. It looks neater and seems faster than other methods I’ve tried. :) http://www.sewmccool.com/chinese-year-of-the-horse-hot-pad/, VERY helpful, well done pics.  I used this great tutorial from Cluck, Cluck, Sew, and for my first time, it came out pretty well! Attach Binding to Quilt Back. and some time with my sewing machine and it was done! I really love the look of a hand-turned binding, so yours definitely appeals. Awesome! I bought one, but haven’t had time to figure it out yet. :). The binding and the backing need to be the same fabric. Very much appreciated. Busy backing that won’t show the stitching. […], […] Machine Binding Tutorial by Cluck Cluck […], […] If you are binding the play mat as I did, prepare your binding strips. 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I've only made two quilts, but this method looks so much easier and prettier! Our goal is also to keep viewers abreast of new quilting products, and how to use them effectively to make quilting easier and enjoyable. I love the satisfaction of finishing a quilt. Just found this tutorial. Jenn. There is another great machine binding tutorial by Cluck Cluck Sew. I’ll tell you what I like and what I don’t like! Keep sewing until you reach a corner, and stop stitching and backstitch 1/4″ before the corner/next side of the quilt…it’s important to get that 1/4″ of unsewn space at the end!  Lift the binding strip up as shown making  a diagonal fold, then pull the binding strip back down creating a fold at the top, pin.   Start sewing down the next side at the top using a 1/4″ seam allowance. As far as the quilt I don’t like, I may just keep to remind myself that I can improve. This time, when you machine stitch the binding to the quilt, you’re going to stitch the binding to the BACK of the quilt. Reluctantly, I had to learn how to sew bindings this way because at work we often have very tight deadlines to get quilts ready and there’s no time for hand stitching. Click on the image below to read the whole issue FREE online. When you’re making quilts that are going to be loved, used, thrown around, and washed… machine stitched binding is more secure than hand stitched. This tutorial just helped me sew my first ever machine binding on a quilt. Let’s say each strip is like a V shape (on its side) and you’ve pinned one side of each V shape together. finished in no time !!! I don’t see where you’ve matched the crease marks or how you could sew them down? have used this tutorial for each quilt I’ve done- on my 7th! Quilt binding is simply a folded strip of fabric that is used to conceal and bind the edges of your quilt to keep it from fraying.. How do you decide on thread color – do you match it to the color you used for the machine quilting? I have read and watch so many tutorials that I was so confused. I have come back to it everytime I've finished a quilt. Thanks again! Just go slowly while you are learning and stitching on the back…eventually it becomes faster! New to quilting and found this a great help. I shall do some more experimenting and when the next machine comes my way – I shall endeavor to work it in. as I have a few baby quilts in the near future to complete I think this will be the preferred method of binding from here on in :) Thanks so much for writing this post. I use Cluck Cluck Sew’s machine binding tutorial and that totally works for […], […] this mound of binding was that I should practice binding by machine! All that work….. I’ve only been quilting about 5 years. Normally when I use invisible thread, I change the needle to a small size because the invisible thread is very fine. :)). For more tips and explanation I have a Machine Binding tutorial here. I like to sew the binding to my quilt using the Interchangeable Dual Feed Foot. Tip 12: Admire your binding and your finished quilt! Great tutorial! i must confess also, i sometimes round the corners of the quilt and sew it that way, without mitered corners … shhhh .. don’t tell! Sew the binding onto the quilt FRONT first.Â. Just like every other step, machine binding can take practice to … Great tutorial! I used this tutorial for the binding – I know I complained a lot about the machine binding last time I around but […], […] I used were in my scrap basket. Why does this happen? If I have to machine sew a binding, I will pin it well with the pins at right angles to the binding and straight stitch in the ditch from the front making sure the folded over binding covers the first pass stitching on the back (hence all the pins). I have always wanted to learn how to do this. (You’ll find the whole binding process much simpler and easier if you use a walking foot on […], […] machine bound the quilt for durability using the fabulous machine binding tutorial by Allison at Cluck Cluck Sew, and it turned out so well. Thanks again. I had googled self binding since I am quilting my first ever quilt. This technique can also streamline your entire quilting process, too, while broadening your skills as a quilter. Thank you so much for this awesome tutorial! Thank you for this tutorial. It took me forever to find this again through Google. FREE PDF download is available for a limited time only. Does the quilt fill the binding and still cover the seam that was used to do the first line of stitching? I had never liked the thought of machine binding… I've done my binding my hand for 30 years! I every now and then teach kids with a friend and we finally decided that the button-topped pins are prerequisite on the supply list. Any suggestions? In this tutorial, you'll learn how to put that final detail on your quilt, giving it a more defined and professional appearance along the way. There are two different ways to stitch the binding on a quilt. There are ways to make this work and I’m going to try and perfect it since it’s a technique I know I’ll have to use for future quilts with very tight deadlines. at my city’s quilt and fabric shop where I have much more room to work on my BFF’s wedding quilt which is an extra long queen sized. Leave a … First you’ll need to square up the edges of your quilt.  I lay my cutting mat on the floor or table and straighten up my edges with my rotary cutter and ruler.  I cut my binding strips 2.5″ x the width of the fabric and trim off the selvages.  To figure out how many strips you’ll need, add up the length in inches of all four sides of your quilt + 20 inches.  Then divide that number by 42″ (the width of fabric). Â. Thanks so much. I'm going to pin it so I can find it when I need it. I finally bit the bullet and looked for tutorials online. ALL. I am new to quilting and starting on my first one. the binding will look like this on the front/back. Â. It is clear and understandable and the pictures are great. Using the red guidelines on the Straight Stitch Foot at the corner. My binding is cut 2 5/8″ wide to allow for some of the fabric being lost in the foldover, and I’ve found a method to mitre the corners by not folding but sewing them. Use a 1/4-inch seam and stitch the binding to the quilt. ⠀ This is what your quilt will look like now: Now turn the quilt over and we’re going to stitch the binding down onto the BACK of the quilt. Pin the binding to a side of the quilt, matching the raw edges and leaving about a 10″ tail.  Start sewing under the pin using a 1/4″ seam allowance.   Use a walking foot. Sorry for such a long post. So any and all examples are greatly appreciated. Loved the self binding tutorial as well. This was grams, an ounce of prevention. This machine binding quilt tutorial will walk you through an easy beginner friendly method. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to attach that strip to the quilt using your sewing machine. The steps to quilt binding by machine: 1. And who has that kind of time? ! Place the binding on one side of your quilt close to the middle matching the raw edges of the binding and quilt together. I am new to quilting and I found your tutorial very clear and helpful except that one part tripped me up. I actually prefer this way because then there are no stitches in the binding on the front of the quilt! Clip or pin to the quilt back. Thank you so much for this tutorial! Thank you. Invisible thread for the top and thread that matches the binding in the bobbin. -Allison. I was ready to give up until your suggestion of using the same thread color or make the binding and backing the same busy fabric. […], […] not be as pretty as hand stitching, but it will last a lot longer. I really need to bind a quilt for my brother. There is another great machine binding tutorial by Cluck Cluck […] Did you organize your presser feet? I was wondering what of foot were you using.  The Up From Here baby quilt is complete. Thanks….great pictures! :-).  I would recommend machine binding over hand binding for durability. Most of the others I had found for machine application involved attaching the binding from the back and doing final sewing from the front. i usually hand sew on my bindings, but this looks great and would be so much faster! It worked perfect on an 8×8 mug rug. When you get back to where you started, stop sewing about 10″ from where you started, leaving a unsewn tail. The feed teeth on the foot and on the sewing machine help to feed those thick layers through more evenly than if I don’t use the Dual Feed Foot. I’m going to flip it over and sew from the back like you do in this tutorial! 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