Binding Detail | Starry Night Quilt

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Over the last year we have stitched blocks, made backings, quilted and now, it’s time to add the binding details. The binding is the final detail to finish this baby off.

See how easy it is to make your quilt binding details pop from your scraps. Starry Night Quilt Sampler

 

Quilt Binding Details

 
Binding can be cut on straight grain or on bias but since my quilt is a rectangle, I chose straight grain to save fabric. By now, it’s pretty safe to say that I love to use every last piece and this project is no different. So, I gathered all of my leftover polka dot fabric scraps from Dear Stella and started cutting.

See how easy it is to make your quilt binding details pop from your scraps. Starry Night Quilt Sampler

I could not be more thrilled with how they look stitched together.

See how easy it is to make your quilt binding details pop from your scraps. Starry Night Quilt Sampler

Be sure to hop over to see more details about how I squared up my finished quilt and stitched this binding on by machine.

See how easy it is to make your quilt binding detail pop from your scraps. Starry Night Quilt Sampler
 

Starry Night Quilt Binding Details

Well, that’s the end of our Starry Night Quilt Sampler. I’m so proud of you for stitching with me this past year and finishing! A big Thank You to Fairfield World for inviting me to the party with my block of the month sampler series. It has been a blast. Be sure not to be a stranger and come find me on social media. Not only do I want to see your finished quilts but I want to follow your sewing adventures!

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