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August 13, 2012

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Shelly

What a pretty way to store your bindings! I don't think I can do that, because by the time I'd use them up, they'd be all faded and dusty!

Donna

Congrats to the winners.
I love antique bobbins but I have mine filled with rick rack and ribbon! I should save one for binding .. great idea.
I can't wait to see your quilts.
I did a little sewing this weekend and worked in my flower beds. It was so nice here this weekend.
Back to school?
Hugs,
Donna

carolld

Congratulations to your winners. Looks like you had a productive weekend. Can't wait to see the finished quilt. I had to giggle about that binding fabric. Been there, done that. Good luck on finding it!

Mary on Lake Pulaski

Can't wait to see Lincoln' s Watch that Shelly quilted!

Thimbleanna

Oooh, I can't wait to see that Lincoln quilt finished -- it looks gorgeous. And I think you need to get that random generator fixed -- it's broken! ;-D

Maureen

Cool idea for the binding. Well you saw my sewing area this weekend...it needs lots of help! What did I do this weekend? Lots of grad work and cleaned my house and yard for special Girl Scout picnic. :)

Lynn

I just wind my binding around a cardboard rectangle from a package of satin binding. Certainly isn't as cute as yours!

Yay me! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Maggie Szafranski

Thanks for the link to the tutorial. I have seen this done before but I think I get it now! The tube thing just doesn't work for me either!

jenclair

I have extra bias binding from different projects AND SOON they will be wrapped around some large bobbins! Great idea--and thanks for the tutorial.

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