T-shirt quilt tutorial: Binding

Here are the final videos in the How to Make a T-shirt Quilt series. The first video focuses on preparing the binding and sewing it to the top of your quilt with a sewing machine. The second shows you how to stitch the binding to the back of the quilt by hand using an invisible stitch.

Thanks for following along with these tutorials. Make sure to post photos of your finished T-shirt quilt to the Flickr group for this project.

What you’ll need:

Sewing machine

Walking foot

Quarter-inch foot

Iron

Ironing board

Thimble

100 percent cotton thread

Previous posts:

Fabric requirements

Cutting the T-shirts

Attaching fusible interfacing

Sewing the sashing – Part 1

Sewing the sashing – Part 2

Laying out the quilt

How to piece the quilt top

Making the sandwich

Quilting

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Comment (4)

  1. What stitch length does she recommended using when sewing the cornerstone fabric onto the sashing fabric? What do you think about cutting the 12 1/2 in sashing fabric so that the sashing stripes would be cut on the length of grain rather than crosswise grain

  2. The width of the smashing w cornerstones is 3″xwhat length? I will also go back and watch the video 3 again also, Tks.

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