Friday, March 29, 2013

Here....'s Number three

Happy Good Friday Everybody!

Question Number 3

How do you join your binding pieces?
a) diagonal ends ===\
b) 2  straight ends sewn diagonally  ====|\|=
c) Both, just depends on how I cut it or how I feel.

This question is hard to explain and hard to draw, Hopefully it is clear! Please comment below! I am tallying up these answers and will report on them at the end.

I am spending Good Friday with my Son and his family in Guelph. I will be home tomorrow, so I have pre-scheduled, this blog post!


                     
Things I found on the Internet today...

1.  Here's a last minute Easter gift .

2.  I absolutely love this post from Hunter's Design Studios. There are some great thoughts about how much your quilts are worth.

3.  More excitement.  Today I found another version of my Newfie star quilt. ( my name for it because I bought the pattern in NFLD). And she uses old telephone books to paper piece.


4 comments:

Gico said...

c)

Diagonal ends for large projects

and most of the time, straight cut for small projects.

NotionNanny said...

I use both depending how the ends look when I get ready to attach.

Cathi said...

Diagonal ends most of the time. Sometimes straight ends sewn diagonally.

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

Diagonal for bias binding, straight sewn diagonally for nonbias.