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Comments on Piece N Quilt: Self Binding Receiving Blanket Tutorial





Updated: 2018-01-19T23:47:31.259-07:00

 



I made one and it turned out beautifully, until I ...

2017-01-04T20:54:57.582-07:00

I made one and it turned out beautifully, until I washed it. The self binding all bunched up and looked terrible. It was beautiful before washing. Do you recommend prewashing the flannel to avoid this?



It does not matter really the size as long as the ...

2016-08-04T05:27:00.537-06:00

It does not matter really the size as long as the smaller piece is 10" from bigger piece any size variation..



Thank you! Now if makes total sense! :)

2014-04-18T07:41:46.199-06:00

Thank you! Now if makes total sense! :)



What a cute and simple idea. Thanks for sharing

2013-09-12T21:40:44.579-06:00

What a cute and simple idea.
Thanks for sharing



I just ran across this, and was happy to see my ol...

2013-04-26T22:10:59.815-06:00

I just ran across this, and was happy to see my old Woodland Bloom fabric used in your tutorial! That was my very first line of fabric. Thanks for showcasing it so nicely!



Easy to do but not easy to understand ;) I was lo...

2013-04-11T11:52:11.447-06:00

Easy to do but not easy to understand ;) I was lost at how to stitch the front and back pieces together if they are different sizes, but you match up the edges just as if you were sewing two pieces of fabric together of the same size. Once you turn the piece inside out, the larger back piece will fold over forming the border and the top-stitching will secure to the two pieces together.



Thanks so much for this tutorial. Made my first r...

2013-03-27T20:11:33.648-06:00

Thanks so much for this tutorial. Made my first receiving blanket earlier today and it turned out great. The pictures were a great help.



Watch Jenny Doan from Missouri Quilt Company on Yo...

2013-02-25T01:21:36.310-07:00

Watch Jenny Doan from Missouri Quilt Company on YouTube and she does a live tutorial for this selfbinding receiving blanket using a 40" and a 30" piece instead of the larger pieces. It is easy to understand the miter by watching it live. It's the same directions but seems easier to understand because it is live and she shows how to do it.



Good idea to take pictures of every step along the...

2012-12-19T19:33:04.722-07:00

Good idea to take pictures of every step along the way. You did have a little problem with lighting, but the pictures still made it easier to see what to do. Were you using Sony Cameras or what?



Thank you so very much. I am a grandmother of 22 g...

2012-09-05T12:51:22.669-06:00

Thank you so very much. I am a grandmother of 22 grandchildren and wish I had this a few years ago. I made one blanket last night, so easy and looks so nice. Thanks again



My mother (age 75) has been making flannel rec. bl...

2012-07-19T07:16:02.811-06:00

My mother (age 75) has been making flannel rec. blankets for years with matching burp rags. I followed in her footsteps, I really love this version. I love the wide border/binding. I only started quilting four years ago, but will return to this for baby shower/new baby gifts.
Thanks for posting directions.



Oh wow those are cute. Thanks for sharing the tuto...

2012-05-21T16:03:26.585-06:00

Oh wow those are cute. Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I'll have to try this out soon



Thanks for the tutorial. I was a little confused a...

2012-05-21T11:14:43.192-06:00

Thanks for the tutorial. I was a little confused and nervous to try. So I wanted to share my tip, I cut a a4 inch square and a 5 inch square and followed the instructions. I didn't get it right the first two times, but after ripping one more time, on the third time I got it perfect. I practiced again on another 4inch and 5 inch square. I now have the confidence to tackle the blanket and two cute coasters.



I have made several blankets like this one. There ...

2012-05-20T09:45:19.350-06:00

I have made several blankets like this one. There is a video that I watched that shows more on the mitered corners. go to

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqwdNqMZ8Ro

Hope this is a help.
Pam



Great tutorial! And thanks for the tip about teari...

2012-05-05T00:36:08.144-06:00

Great tutorial! And thanks for the tip about tearing the fabric. It really seems to make a difference!

[Unfortunately the first one I made was with inexpensive flannel that had a print that wasn't even close to being on grain. Luckily a good steam pressing helped it enough. Now I know not buy a print like that (or atleast not on cheap flannel) :)]



Just found this and I love it! I too had to take a...

2012-01-31T18:56:10.409-07:00

Just found this and I love it! I too had to take a second look at the corner part, but it was like a light bulb came on and I got it. Thanks SO much for making it so easy when all the other tutorials made it more difficult than it has to be. Just finished my first and am going to be making more. Thanks Again!!!



I don't quite understand the corner part? can ...

2012-01-22T17:28:40.877-07:00

I don't quite understand the corner part? can you maybe zoom out and do more step by step?



Just made another and blogged and linked back to y...

2011-10-21T06:41:58.211-06:00

Just made another and blogged and linked back to you. Love this tutorial. Many thanks.



This is a great tutorial. I just made one, and no...

2011-08-02T07:45:18.911-06:00

This is a great tutorial. I just made one, and now I can't wait to make more. Thanks.



Thanks for sharing this amazing TUT!!

2011-03-09T09:49:26.355-07:00

Thanks for sharing this amazing TUT!!



Really can't wait to try this...so cute!

2011-02-25T18:27:44.945-07:00

Really can't wait to try this...so cute!



to Anonymous: Don't worry about your fabric be...

2011-01-29T09:30:29.653-07:00

to Anonymous: Don't worry about your fabric being only 44". You actually just need to cut the back piece 10" bigger than the front. I had the same problem, so I cut my back 40" and my front
30"....works great every time.



Can someone help me with the mitered cornor. I do...

2010-11-12T15:01:24.494-07:00

Can someone help me with the mitered cornor. I don't understand the photo because the white thread doesn't show up and I folding over itself is confusing to me.
I always seem to get one side of the binding a bit narrower than the rest of the quilt thus a cornor is smaller.
Thank you.
Christine



Do you have a flickr group for people who have mad...

2010-08-19T13:06:22.937-06:00

Do you have a flickr group for people who have made things with your tutorials? I know that MBS has one, and I found your personal flickr, but it would be neat to have a group where we can share with you our creations made from your ideas :)



Made one of these last night, GREAT tutorial, supe...

2010-08-19T12:57:33.665-06:00

Made one of these last night, GREAT tutorial, super easy and fast, and it looks great! Thanks so much for sharing! I even changed the measurements and made a matching burp rag to go with it!

I love all of your tutorials!