I bound a wavy-edged quilt last week and so it needed a bias binding. I used a tool/ruler that makes it so easy!
The ruler guides you to cut perfect bias strips, and guides you to nip off the corners of the bias strips so they fit magically together, end to end.
I usually do my bindings by machine, with a method that looks a lot like hand sewing. I decided to try a different final stitch this time, in contrasting thread. I’m liking the result!
Here again is my finished baby quilt, ready for the next little girl in my life.