Helpful Binding Tools Giveaway


The April/May 2014 issue of Quilters Newsletter contains a wonderfully helpful article entitled “Flawless Striped Bias Binding” by QN creative editor Lori Baker. If you already do bias binding on your quilts, it’s the kind of article that will make you wonder where this article was when you first learned to do bias binding. If you haven’t already learned, it can certainly help you out a great deal!

The April 4, 2014, edition of Quilters Newsletter TV: The Quilters’ Community was called “How to Make Bias Binding with Lori Baker,” and it was also very informative!

But would you like to know about some tools that can help you with your binding as well? We’ve got four we’re offering as prizes, one each to four lucky winners:

1) A Brilliant Bindings ruler with instructions by Debbie Wendt of Wendt Quilting.

2) A Quilts ‘n Stuff by Glenna Perfect Binding Miter tool.

3) A TQM Products The Bias Ruler.

and 4) A TQM Products The Binding Tool.

Giveaways 550 Helpful Binding Tools Giveaway

To enter for a chance to win any random one of these prizes, leave a comment before 11:59 PM Mountain Daylight Time on Sunday, April 13, 2014 and tell us how many UFOs in your stash just need the binding put on. One comment per person, please. Open to those who haven’t won anything from Quilters Newsletter in the last 90 days. If you are randomly selected as a winner, the email will come from with “Quilters Newsletter blog giveaway” in the subject line.

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About Caitlin

Caitlin Dickey is the editorial assistant for Quilters Newsletter.
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568 Responses to Helpful Binding Tools Giveaway

  1. Kathy Durance says:

    Two. Sort of. The tops are done, just need to do the layering, quilting, & binding. I don’t have a space big enough, so I’m kinda stuck.

  2. I would love to have help with my bindings.
    Mostly the corners

  3. Jo-Anne Cooper says:

    Two – a table runner and a baby quilt.

  4. Mary Eggebraten says:

    Tools, Tools, Tools! Quilters candy

  5. Mary Lauve says:

    I would love to try these tools!

  6. susan wheatley says:

    Just one quilt that needs binding, but many that need quilting.

  7. Laurel McGilvery says:

    Two quilts and six other items (tablemats and potholders).

  8. Lucreta Wertin says:

    I have 2UFO’s right now, But don’t worry, there will soon be more.

  9. Debbie says:

    I have three quilts that need binding. Of the entire process, binding is the one I drag my feet on. I welcome any gadget that would prompt me to finish these quilts.

  10. Rommy van bijten says:

    Oh it should be Nice tot win .

  11. Laura B says:

    I have one UFO waiting for binding but others in various stages of completion. Any tools to help speed up the process is always welcome.

  12. Carol harvey says:

    I have two, and would love to have some tools to help bind them!

  13. Shirley V. says:

    I don’t have any projects that just need the binding. I have one that is almost ready for the binding. The other one is far from that point, but that is because I am still relatively new to quilting.

  14. I have 5 UFO projects in desperate need of binding . Help!

  15. Tammy Lynn says:

    None at the moment, but I have 2 upcoming projects in mind that these would be very helpful for :)

  16. Anita says:

    I have one that needs binding, and two others partially pieced.

  17. Karrie Smith says:

    i have like 8 :( Thanks for the chance to win! It WILL help out!

  18. cynthia parent says:

    I have several projects to complete. This set would help greatly.

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