In a previous post, I started experimenting with sewing quilt binding on the back of the quilt and then bringing it around to the front and appliquéing it down by machine (instead of sewing it to the front of the quilt, wrapping it around, and hand-stitching it on the back of the quilt).
I felt the experiment was successful, but the process needed refining. I’m going to give it another go. 🙂
This time I cut the binding strips 2 1/4″ wide. I still want the binding to be wider on the front of the quilt than the back (so that I don’t catch the binding in the appliqué stitching), but not as wide as in my first experiment.
The fabrics in this quilt are fabrics I designed and offer for sale through my shop at Spoonflower.com. Please note that the fabrics may be a little more vivid in person than they look in these photos.