Lay the binding on the quilt and start sewing about inches from the longest point of the binding leaving a inch free. Advance all the way around the quilt. Be sure you apply the two measurement mitered corner technique for all four corners..Working on the front of the quilt, with right sides facing each other, match the binding and quilt edges and sew with seam allowance. When you approach the corner, stop from the end of your quilt..Mary Demonstrates how to make perfect mitered corner borders for your quilt projects..Sew the quilt binding to the side of the quilt, leaving the beginning free. Use the seam allowance you chose when you made the quilt binding. Stop sewing before you reach the corner of the quilt, ending the seam the same distance from the approaching quilt edge as the width of the seam allowance..Step fold the corners in place and s.ch the binding. Re fold the binding back in place. Press the binding away from the quilt top and turn it to the back to form a neat angled fold. Pin the folded edge in place. Turn the quilt over and fold the next edge over the quilt, forming a neat mitered corner on the back side. Pin in place. Sew the binding in place using a short blind s.ch by hand..
Miter the Binding at a Corner of the Quilt. Fold the unsewn of quilt binding straight up, positioning it so that its right edge is parallel with the next side of the quilt .Learn how to make quilt binding and discover some of the options you can choose from when you make bindings for your quilts..