Thursday, April 17, 2014

Check Me Out Saturday Craft, Recipe, DIY, Link Party

Thanks for stopping by Check Me Out Saturday Craft Link Party hosted by A Vision to Remember. There were some really awesome links last week. You can check out the full list of links go HERE 

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1. Link up what you have been working on this last week.
 2. Grab a button and put it on your blog
3. Tweet, FB, or Pin the link to get more exposure for your links.
4. Stop by at least 3 of the other links and leave a comment. Tell them where you found them through.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

My #snapreads today included a little #curiousgeorge and pattern testing this cute shorts pattern. The review will be up on the blog on Thursday :) #snapdaily2014 #snapconf

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#ontheblog today. #cheater #binding how to for #quilts. #toomanyhashtags

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Easiest Quilt Binding Method EVER! Binding a Quilt with Clear Thread

I don't know about you, but after I have sewn together a quilt top, then basted, and finally quilted a quilt, the last thing I want to do is sit with a needle and thread and hand sew binding onto the quilt.

So here is my method for binding a quilt with no hand sewing required, just your regular ol sewing machine and clear thread are all you need!
I first sew my binding onto the quilt like you would normally. 
Then change your thread to clear thread in both the top thread and the bobbin.  Fold your excess binding over and hid it under your exposed binding and then sew as close to the edge as possible. 

and Voila!  You have a beautifully bound quilt, without a ton of hand sewing! 
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