So what does one do, when your perfect choice of binding isn't quite as perfect, for the back of your quilt? That is the case for my Oakshott Project. The front of the quilt is made up entirely, of shot cottons and the back is not. A reversible binding fits the bill....I hope. I've never done one before and thought...why not give it a try.
So where does one find instructions for such a binding? I just happen to have a copy of Sharon Pederson's book More Reversible Quilts and I reasoned...where there are reversible quilts, surely there are reversible bindings. And I was right.
I cut enough binding for one side...just to test out this technique.
Stitching the binding on.
|This is a pretty nifty technique....I'll think I'll do the rest of the quilt this way.|