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Showing posts from July, 2014

Notion Commotion Blog Hop - Bias Binding Simplified Ruler

Good Morning - Today its our turn to blog about a Notion discovered at Quilt Market. My special featured tool is a ruler:    Bias Binding Simplified, designed by Janice Pope for Creative Grids . I can’t wait to show it to my students since it makes bias binding so easy .  Best of all, the ruler has all the instructions printed right on it, so there is never a question on how to use it.     It is 21” long on it’s longest side and has a 45° angle on one side, it is 2½” wide with an added 2¼” line for cutting binding in two sizes. Why even worry about Bias Binding? - Bias Binding is much stronger than straight-of-grain binding and absolutely essential to bind quilts with rounded corners or curvy edges.  Bias binding will smooth out around curves and make the binding lay flat and pucker free.  Once you use bias binding you will want to use it for most of your quilts -  I definitely do, even for small quilts and table runners. Here is another fun use for the ruler

Notion Commotion Blog Hop 9

Swirly Girls Designs are blogging about the Creative Grids Kite Plus Ruler.  Check it out.

Notion Commotion Blog Hop 8

Don't miss Laura Blanchard's blog about Red Sew Glasses!

Notion Commotion Blog Hop 7

Click on the logo for Perkins Dry Goods to find out about Corner Cutter Tool for Fast Flying Geese.

Notion Commotion Blog Hop 6

Let Brenda's blog tell you all about Sewlite Task Lighting!

Notion Commotion Blog Hop 5

Click below to hop over to Wendt Quilting and find out the latest information about a neat binding tool.

Notion Commotion Blog Hop 4

Check out Seams Like a Dream Quilt Designs and find out about this neat sewing guide!

Notion Commotion Blog Hop 3

Click on the logo to see the Fat Quarter Gypsy's blog about Binding Clips