Marci Baker of Alicia’s Attic shows very clearly how to miter quilt bindings for odd angles. She’s one of my favorite video makers! She demonstrates the techniques so clearly that I want to go make an unusually shaped quilt, just to try this out

Excellent videos and interesting techniques

Thanks so much Marci – extremely helpful.

Tenho comigo seus livretos de técnicas em tiras autografados por você, quando esteve aqui no Brasil na cidade de Niterói (Rio de Janeiro). Foi de grande valor para mim e para minhas alunas. Vendo seu vídeo sobre encardenação de ângulos estranhos (Binding Odd Angles) solucionei uma grande dúvida, neste teu gweito muito especial de ensinar. Fico muito agradecida por esclarecer pequenas coisas mas de grande valor. Beijos Iara (Brasiiiiiiiiiil)

[translation via Google] I have here your booklets techniques into strips signed by you, when he was here in Brazil in the city of Niteroi (Rio de Janeiro). It was of great value to me and my students. Seeing your video on Binding of odd angles (Binding Odd Angles) solved a big question in this very special gweito your teaching. I am very grateful for small things clear but of great value. Kisses Iara (Brasiiiiiiiiiil)

this is the absolute best video I’ve been able to find to learn how to bind odd angles…many thanks

You make me look like a pro!!!! Fabulous video and instructions were wonderfully conveyed. Many thanks!

Thank you for this video. I have been stressed out and displeased with the quality of my binding on odd angles. I am so glad to have found this I can’t wait to get to my attic studio and put a binding on a table runner. I

This is something I have not been able to master and now I think I can. Thank you so very much!

Thanks for the clear visual of making these miters so perfectly. I tried it and it is so easy.

This is “show” ready.

This is the best binding video that I have ever seen..Loved it

Very helpful, will try the mitered corner trick tomorrow. I always wondered why my points were not points, now I know why

Thank you for the lesson on the mitering. I was extremely helpful.

I am amazed with the mitred corners. I have been working on table runners & place mats, I wish I would have seen this article earlier. I have nice mitres but I had to fight with them. This I assure you I will not forget.

thank you.

Alyce

A fabulous demonstration so clear and instructive. Thankyou so much.

Thank you SO much! My bindings will look much more professional using your techniques! Do you have a similar video for binding curved edges? (I’m currently making a double wedding ring quilt, and am already having nightmares about the binding….even though it is a long way off!)

Extremely informative, you make it look so easy and I will be working with some odd angles so this is very needed.

Thank you so much for this video. I think it’s wonderful. I’ve not been doing much patchwork quilting these last could of years but this video makes me want to make something now so I can try it out. It’s a wonderful idea.

Many thanks, Marian

Well done video!!!! I think it will help with my binding all round. Thanks

thanks so much………great information.

What a “WOW” vidio. You people are so great to make this kind of info available to all us quilters. Sharing and giving helps us do the same.

Many THANKS, Elizabeth

Great video, makes it look so easy. It will help me teach others. My problem is doing an inside angle and getting the binding to look neat. Do you have a book or video that shows how to do these inside angles. Thank you so much, Joan

Thanks, extremely helpful and clear video. Now to transfer to bed size quilt. LOL

Thank you so much for this tutorial, I am now going to be able to make the angles on my hexagon correctly. I can’t wait to do my next project so I can put this tutorial to great use.

Beautifully and clearly explained – I have no excuses for bad mitres now!

Thank you Marci, for showing us how to miter odd angles. It’s always been difficult for me. You have made it easy to understand.

Excellent tutorials. Thank you for sharing.

I am unable to

I am unable to either view or hear your message-video on binding. Can you please help me?

OMG!!! I just happen to be making an octoganal shaped table runner and was wondering how I was going to do the binding. Well, now I know. Thank you so much. This was so very helpful.

I would really like to have the vido of binding odd angels or be able to download it as a

pf file.

Could you please let me know where to go and what to do about getting the info into my

hands.

I would really like to have it beside me when I’m sewing, so I can look at it to see if

I’m doing it right. I a very visual person.

Thanks Sharon

Great technique. Very clear and concisr directions, thank you

The video was very easy to understand and showed me immediatly what I had been doing wrong.

Thank you

Thank you so much, this has helped me alot, and easy to understand!

This short demonstration really was very informative. Thank you Thank you!

Thank you so much for sharing. I really appreciate your generosity in giving of your time and expertise to help so many of us. Hopefully I can now help some others too with your tips. Cheers.

Thank you so much, was really stuck, easy to follow instruction

Just watched your video re odd angles as I was having trouble getting the angles just right.

Thank you so much, I may have worked it out but your video made everything so clear. Can’t wait till tomorrow to give it a try. A Happy Quilter learning something new everyday. Regards Olwyn

This was so helpful as I did a table runner and was not happy with my corners. A quilt shop just said to do them like any corner. Not true. You explained it very well and it worked out perfectly when I did my own. Thanks. I need to go find your books. Stephanie

This was very helpful, but what about inside non90 degree angles? I’m working on a project that has a large zigzag edge (essentially 3″ triangles). I’m going to experiment with a variation of your techniques in hopes of resolving this challenge. Thank you.