Using a 1/4″ seam allowance, sew the binding onto the quilt, stopping 1/4″ before the corner of … I was zipping along at a very fast pace with the Dual Feed Foot. Sewing the binding on the quilt is the last step of the quilting process. TIP Use your quilting glove (on the left hand) to help maneuver the quilt. Just make sure the edge you are trimming is flat and not falling off the cutting table which can distort the edges. I used the “baste” sewing technique from the JoyOS Advisor on the Epic 980Q and all the settings were chosen for me! 40 = 6.4. Sorry for such a long post. This would make it difficult to stitch the binding on without some sort of shifting or tucks on the front. Lay the pinned binding out BEFORE you sew. Backstitch a few stitches to secure. Sew in place using a straight stitch – don’t use anything too tight and small as this may cause your fabric to pull and wrinkle. TIP As you’re sewing that binding on, give the binding a bit of a tug all the way around. So today, we’re sewing the binding onto a quilt using some of the amazing features of the Husqvarna Viking Epic 980Q to make this job super easy. Connect the strips by placing two strips, right sides together and sewing at a 90° angle. This will make a nice, uniform appearance on both the front and the back. Well, we’re going to take the tail on the right (looking at the BACK of the quilt) and place it face up. Using a guide on the Dual Feed foot to get the appropriate seam allowance. Slowly continue stitching until your needle goes through both corner pieces. In the last couple of days I talked about several options on how to cut fabric to make the binding. To make binding that will bend around curves, you will need to cut the binding strips along the bias of the fabric. An extra table to the left and front of the sewing machine to support the quilt. The worst is that it’s pulling the quilt which can cause broken needles, an uneven seam and lots of other issues. The two ends of binding are overlapping each other by the width of the binding. [shareaholic app=”follow_buttons” id=”23735596″]. Lay the binding “north” of the quilt, keeping the raw edges parallel. So PIN where you’re going to stitch. 2. You know what they say, if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it. But I’ll investigate that other method so when I’m back, I can let you know what I found out. Choose a spot to start stitching the binding on, but not a corner. I needed to trim my quilted items before I could bind them and I thought I’d share how I do that in preparation for sewing on the binding. To work around the corner of the quilt with the binding, turn the quilt and fold the binding up and away from the edge you have been sewing. When you get closer to a corner, stop stitching about 4” away from the edge. The seam allowance used to attach the binding should be equal to the desired finished width of your binding. Keep on with the process until you sew the whole binding. Just a few days ago I received this comment on my original post: … Continue reading "Self-binding a Quilt Tutorial" Double-fold binding is cut six times the desired finished binding width plus 1⁄4" to allow for turn of cloth (the fabric take-up resulting from folding and wrapping binding around the quilt edge). Privacy Policy - Contact us Copyright © 2021 A Needle Pulling Thread. Today, we’re only sewing the binding to the quilt on the one side. It helps to keep the quilt as flat as possible when doing this step, but most of us don’t have a space large enough to do that. Sometimes also called “birthing” a quilt. Press the seam open. If I’m using a ⅜” seam allowance, then I stop ⅜” from the bottom of the quilt and I use the FIX function to anchor the seam. If the edges of your quilt are not secure, it’s a good idea to finish them off. (Using the example above, you would need to cut 7 strips of fabric.). Start in an inconspicuous place on the side or bottom of the quilt. You need to sew the strips you’ve just cut into one long strip of binding that you will then sew all around the edge of the quilt. Turn the quilt and fold the binding at the corner. If you’re hand stitching the folded edge of the binding in place, then you want to be stitching the binding onto the FRONT of the quilt. Starting ¼ inch away from the corner of the quilt and using a ¼ inch seam allowance, stitch your binding to the quilt. The Epic 980Q has no issues going through many layers especially at the corners. The Needle Stop Up/Down light on the Function Panel indicates this feature is engaged. In the example below, I used the three-step zigzag on the Epic 980Q to secure the long edges of the table runner. Just like when we joined the strips for the rest of the binding. Get rid of that. I haven’t figured out what the advantage of doing it the other way is, but I’m comfortable with trimming first. I’ve heard too many times from quilters that their binding got twisted or they sewed the seam in the wrong direction. Trim the binding ¼â€ from the stitched line. End your line of stitching 1 ⁄ 4 in from the first corner of the quilt. Remember we chatted about the width of strips to cut for binding. Welcome back! Learn how your comment data is processed. If you are pressed for time or are mass-producing quilts, this will be the better option. Pivot the … This cutting method won’t work if your quilt has curved edges. Before we dive into the binding section, I have a couple of notes about quilting on the Epic 980Q. Large work area means you spend more time quilting and less time arranging your quilt. They’re fast and there’s no right or wrong. Use a walking foot if you find that the binding is scooting as you sew. Then open the binding up so you can see if you’ve got it correctly before you sew. Then, eliminate the extra backing. Large work area to the right of the needle makes for easier quilting. For example, if you’ve cut binding strips 21⁄2in wide, this will become 11⁄4in once folded. I use whatever bits happen to be left on my bobbins. Now if you’re going to hand stitch that binding, you’re finished with the sewing machine, but if you’re going to sew the next step by sewing machine, then be sure to come back tomorrow. I start by leaving a beginning tail of binding of about 6″. This may not look as nice as the first option, but it is much faster. Continue around the quilt until you’re about 12″ away from where you started. Sew the quilt binding to the side of the quilt, leaving the beginning tail free. The steps to quilt binding by machine: 1. You’re going to need this room to attach the ends of your binding … You want to attach the Dual Feed foot. I find it much easier to manipulate the quilt when I have my quilting glove on. It’s not a difficult process, but I’ve included over 20 pictures below in an attempt to be clear and thorough. Bias-tape: strips of fabric used to bind the edges of a quilt. Fold the binding over your corner on that edge first, then fold the other edge over. Remember back on day one, I talked about consistency in joining the strips? The joins are all done using the same method. Check the quilt is right-angled. Using strip sets to make quick and easy quilt blocks. The quilt below was quilted on the Epic 980Q and while the ends of the table runner are well secured as the quilting ran right off the ends, the sides have no quilting that comes to the edges. Binding a quilt with the quilt back (Cluck Cluck Sew) […] Two Types of Quilt Binding | Life + One Degree - October 17, 2016 For those of you who want to know how to do this, a tutorial I came across that I found the most useful for a mitered finish was on Cluck Cluck Sew. You can see in the photo above, that there’s a large white selvage. I really appreciate just how detailed all the tutorial are on quilt social. I like to use 2½” strips. This took no time at all to quilt. But your binding might make all that hard work go unnoticed! From the batting and backing, make a stitch. I start by trimming a corner and using a large square ruler, I tug the backing and batting to get the quilt corner square under the ruler and then trim up the right side of the ruler and across the top. Once all of the strips are connected, trim the excess fabric so each seam is a ¼". Open density quilting with easy wavy lines of stitching. Use the Needle Stop Up/Down so that when you stop sewing, the needle stays in your quilt and helps to hold it in place. If you still have a selvage on the beginning tail, trim that away with scissors. Stop before the edge of the quilt and anchor the end of the seam. Fold the binding up at a 45 degree angle. I also want my binding to be filled with the quilt. Finishing the Binding by Machine. As easy as that, the binding is on the quilt. That fold at the top should be parallel or just slightly less than the edge of the quilt. Press in place. Sewing with a wider seam will chop off important design elements. A sewing machine will … More space means less time fussing and arranging the quilt as you work. This one is definitely stable enough and doesn’t need any further work before the binding goes on. Unfortunately many quilters think quilt binding must be finished by hand. Line your needle up with the first crease mark (the fold line that is closest to the raw edge of your quilt), and begin sewing about three inches down from the tail of your binding. Before binding your quilt, make a quilt sandwich (we show you how here), compete your desired quilting and then remove any tacking or pins and deal with thread ends by burying them in the batting. Use a ruler to measure the overlap and scissors to trim the excess away. You can see in the photo below that I’m using the right-hand side of that long opening in the Dual Feed foot as my guide. Stitch the binding to the front of the quilt, just inside the folded edge. Start in a corner with a square ruler when trimming a quilt. I start with that corner, so I don’t forget to insert the label as I’m stitching. Stop sewing before you reach the corner of the quilt, ending the seam the same distance from the approaching quilt edge as the width of the seam allowance. If you’re stitching it down with the sewing machine, then you want to stitch the binding onto the BACK of the quilt. The extension table is a must if you’re going to do any machine quilting. If you just let the binding guide itself, you will get “extra” binding that you don’t need and there’s a good chance that the edge of your quilt will be wavy. This is the simplest way to finish your quilt. 11⁄4in minus 1⁄8in divided by 3 = 3⁄8in. 6. I am not going to give directions for machine binding, as there are so many out there, my favorite is Allison’s at Cluck Cluck Sew. In the picture below, you can see that most of the quilt is on the extra table that I set up which is BESIDE me and not directly on the left of the sewing machine. Or you could twist the very end of the binding around and use that as the guide. It’s time to start sewing the binding onto the quilt. Our goal is also to keep viewers abreast of new quilting products, and how to use them effectively to make quilting easier and enjoyable. In my case, the overlap will equal 2½”. Based on our amazing quilty math skills, we know that we need 7 strips of fabric. The FIX light on the Function Panel indicates that this feature is engaged. Binding can make or break your quilt. The edges of this quilt are slightly wavy. Thanks for your efforts, to all of the team who post. Create the Binding and Stitch it to the Quilt. Click on the image below to read the whole issue FREE online. Instead of applying a binding, you simply sew around the edges of the quilt sandwich as if it were a giant pillowcase, leaving an opening on one … I like the small label to be on the left-hand side of the quilt as you look at the front. This is very important and will help to prevent wavy edges on your quilt. Take your quilt to the machine and begin stitching your seam. I have pictures to show you in tomorrow’s post which shows you exactly what I mean. Use the seam allowance you chose when you made the quilt binding. Here’s a picture of the quilting I did on the table runner. That’s enough to secure the edges so they don’t shift while the binding get stitched on. I like to use a small label inserted into the bindings for my quilts, so I get one of those ready before I start stitching. I find your articles so informative. You can start wherever you would like, but NOT at a corner. The second technique uses a sewing machine to tack down the binding. The first technique (demonstrated in the video) uses a whip stitch to hand-sew the folded part of the binding to the quilt. (Reminder: clip binding to quilt, sew the binding, stop sewing 1/4 inch from the end, clip thread, make your corners, start over) Stop sewing and backstitch when you’re about 8-10 inches from your starting point. TIP Do NOT leave extra binding here. That means I’ll need to take a wee bit wider seam allowance (a GENEROUS ¼”) than I’m used to in order to get the same width of binding on the front as I do on the back. Then, I’ll press that last seam open, give the binding a little press at the seam so the fold is nicely pressed and go back to the sewing machine to finish sewing that binding to the quilt. Remove the quilt from the sewing machine and lay the binding “north” of the quilt, keeping the raw edges of the binding parallel with the raw edge of the quilt. If you’re going to stitch the binding down by machine, this is part one. TIP Intentionally wavy lines are way easier to stitch than straight lines. Then trim. Place the binding along the right edge (with the fold placed towards the center of the sandwich): Start sewing the binding close to the bottom edge of the potholder, using a 1/4″ seam allowance. Very great info some I new some I didn’t tyty will s3nd my friends here to help them. When not quilting, she enjoys spending time with her two dogs, Lexi and Murphy, or can be found cycling across the country. Binding Your Quilt – Quilting for Beginners Part 5. Press the strips in half so that the right side of the fabric stays on the outside. In order to present you with ideas and options for the remainder of the week, I had to get my act together and finish quilting a few items. So, place your quilt sandwich (quilt, mug rug, potholder, etc) with the back side facing up. It is the second step that allows for a couple options. Overlap the beginning tail of binding with the ending tail of binding. This is a good tutorial on how to do the binding ty for sharing…. The first technique (demonstrated in the video) uses a whip stitch to hand-sew the folded part of the binding to the quilt. In the picture below, I’m in the middle of quilting a table runner. In the first photo below, you can see that the edges of the quilt are pretty flat, while the second quilt has a few waves on the edges which were caused by NOT giving the binding a bit of a tug as it was applied. And I use the changeable dual feed 1/4″ guide food to sew on the binding. Really a big help. (Look at the picture below.) If it doesn’t, then you need to adjust the seam allowance. 3. The edges of the quilt have been serged before the binding is stitched on. Lay the binding strip on the outside edge of the quilt’s back side, aligning its raw edges with the quilt edge. Remove the quilt from the sewing machine and overlap the ending tail onto the tail that you left at the beginning of the binding seam. And the speed of the Epic 980Q is unbelievable. Press seams open with an iron. Now you want to trim the ending tail so that it overlaps the beginning tail by the WIDTH of your binding. Fold the top binding section down over the quilt’s edge, forming a neat miter in the corner. Then I place a long ruler parallel to the edge of the quilt and extending back over the part that has already been trimmed to ensure the trimmed edges will be straight. You can use a ruler to measure the overlap and scissors to cut it. Begin stitching your binding to the quilt about 10″ to 12″ away from the start of your binding. Better handling of the quilt will help to give a smoother seam allowance which will give a more even binding on the front. Give your binding a bit of a tug as you apply it to help prevent wavy edges. Notice how that wide throat space made it easy to quilt in any direction. In this case, there’s no extra hanging over the ends. Click here for supplies: http://missouriquiltco.com Jenny Doan demonstrates how to bind a quilt with a sewing machine. Using a rotary cutter, cutting mat and a ruler, cut 2 ¼" strips of fabric. I realize this is only a table runner, but imagine what it would be like to quilt a larger quilt! I’ve been playing with all kinds of stitches and threads and of course, the Husqvarna Viking Epic 980Q and I think you’re going to be impressed. On the quilt below, the edges were serged to secure the three layers together. The speed on the Epic 980Q with the walking foot was incredible. When you sew the binding in place, sew in the ditch of the fold, this way you can be sure that your stitching and binding will be accurate and neat. 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. Notice that I did a little stitch in the ditch in those small four-patch blocks. Thanks for the information. It makes it a lot easier to sew the binding on if the edges of the quilt are secure. There’s no stitching along the edges of this table runner to secure the three layers together. Pin the seam to join the two ends of the binding. Sewing binding to your quilt is twofold – the first step is sewing the binding to the edges of the quilt, the second step is to fold the binding over and tack it down. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sew the Binding to the Back Side of the Quilt First, trim off extra batting and backing and square up the quilt, if needed. Binding: the edging of a quilt - it encases the raw edges. You could have done it all right from start to finish: getting straight cuts, squaring up each block, snipping every thread, and pressing every seam perfectly. TIP Sew about 8 – 10″ of the binding and remove it from the sewing machine. I should mention that not only the speed of the Epic 980Q makes attached a binding a very fast task, but there’s a lot of power in this sewing machine. 1. Fold the binding down so that the raw edge of the binding is still parallel to the raw edge of the quilt. Again, use the same generous seam allowance that you used for the first seam. Does the quilt fill the binding and still cover the seam that was used to do the first line of stitching? See all our, 9 steps to making continuous bias binding, Stitching down the binding: thread color, stitches and stitch length. To sew a curved corner, you don’t have to do anything special. No binding (pillowcase method). It should come through the backing. Then there’s no mistaking what the width of the binding measurement is. Preparing a Quilt for Binding by Machine. There are some useful functions on the Epic 980Q to make the task of sewing a binding on much easier. Again, do NOT start in a corner. The fold should line up perfectly with the corner of the quilt. Time to get out that bundle of binding that you made yesterday and we need some thread. Step 7: Stitch the Binding on the Front. That was awesome and easier on the eyes and nothing fell off the sewing table!! In the table runner above, the quilting comes right out to the edges and are sewn in regular intervals on the quilt. Use your quilting glove to assist in maneuvering the quilt. In the table runner below, which was quilted on the long arm, you can see there’s a basting stitch that runs around the perimeter of the quilt. Dark thread for the top and bobbin to stitch on the brown binding. If you leave more here, you’ll get a bulky corner that doesn’t look pretty. Otherwise, you’re tossing and turning that quilt and it’s falling all over the place. 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. If so, you know you have the right seam allowance. How to Sew Binding on a Quilt With a Machine. The raw edge of the binding should stay in line with the raw edge of the quilt. Use the end of the actual binding to measure the overlap and then trim with scissors. This process looks cleaner because the finishing stitches are invisible. Using a long ruler to trim the edges of a quilt. Let’s just say that that table runner was quilted in a very short time. Elaine Theriault is a teacher, writer and pattern designer who is completely obsessed with quilting. This will help prevent a wonky seam allowance. Quilt … Fold the binding over. Self-Binding Quilt Tutorial Self Binding means: Bring the quilt backing to the front and using it as your binding, I am bring this over from The Quilt Ladies, this post is used and asked for all the time, Thank you for that. A quick tap on the Presser Foot Up and Extra Lift function at the corner will raise the Dual Feed foot slightly higher so it’s easy to get all that bulk under the foot at the corner. FREE PDF download is available for a limited time only. There are way fewer vibrations, even at high speed than with other machines. Fold the binding back down keeping the folded edges in line. Sew the them together on a 45° angle across the diagonal. Press the quilt sandwich and trim the edges so they are even with the quilt top all round. While some people sew the binding on before they trim a quilt, I like to trim my quilt and then put the binding on. With all the work you’ve done so far, I can pretty much guarantee that this will be cake. QUILTsocial was created for all quilters, beginners and experts alike, to empower them with the skills, techniques, and creativity required to make quilts that will be cherished forever. Fold the quilt binding wrong sides together and clip or pin to the raw edge of the quilt. In the table runner above, the quilting comes right out to the edges and are sewn in regular intervals on the quilt. Her blog is crazyquilteronabike.blogspot.com. THE formula for calculating the necessary yardage for... 3 essential tips for binding a quilt, turning... 7 tips for successful applique every time! Prepping the quilt edges to sew the binding on It makes it a lot easier to sew the binding on if the edges of the quilt are secure. The top fold should be parallel or slightly less to the edge of the quilt. 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