Aurora quilt - part VII
I don't have any pictures of the binding process.
But after finishing the quilting i cut out long stripes of my back fabric and sew them together.
Then i cut down the quilt in the correct shape. More or less. I guess if you would use a gigantic triangle ruler, it might not be 100% exact^^°.
But you won't be able to see that with your eyes. Sooo who cares ;D
So now I pinned the binding onto the top fabric side of the quilt. If you measure the binding correctly you can easily align it to the border of the quilt and get a perfect result.
I sew one side of the binding onto the quilt with my sewing machine. So far…the easy part. Now i flipped the binding over the border of the quilt, tugged it in and had to sew the other side of the binding onto the back fabric by hand.
BTW, there are nice tutorials on how to sew binding with a nice corner.
And here, after I would say around 10 hours + of handsewing the binding… my Aurora Quilt :D