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How to Cut, Fold & Press Perfect Binding Strips

The Most Common Width for Binding Strips is 2½".

Upgrade your ruler and you'll only have to find the 2 ½" line once.

No matter how many strips you need, they will all come out exactly the same.

Sew the Strips Together.

Why Diagonal Seams?

Straight seams would overlap and create bumps. Diagonal seams pressed open will be smooth, and practically undetectable.

Then, Fold & Press the Strips, Using Pauline's Sasher.

See Pauline demonstrate how to use the Sasher & Fork Pins.

The Most Common Width for Binding Strips is 2½".

Upgrade your ruler and you'll only have to find the 2 ½" line once.

No matter how many strips you need, they will all come out exactly the same.

Sew the Strips Together.

Why Diagonal Seams?

Straight seams would overlap and create bumps. Diagonal seams pressed open will be smooth, and practically undetectable.

Then, Fold & Press the Strips, Using Pauline's Sasher.

See Pauline demonstrate how to use the Sasher & Fork Pins.