There are various ways to making binding, but this video tutorial by Sharon Schamber shows an interesting technique. If you've ever seen her quilts they are always spectacular and the binding is absolute perfection. Plus, she shares insights on what judges look for in binding. I enjoyed this video so much, I wanted to add it to my list of favorite tutorials. I hope you enjoy it too!
Update: SewCalGal wants to thank everyone to help find tips for glue bottles, as shown in Sharon's video. There are some plastic ones on Sharon's site and her daughter's Purple Daisies site. I also learned that Loew Cornell sells a kit with plastic bottles and these metal tips which you can also find on Amazon.
Sharon teaches a variety of classes, including Corded Binding, The Perfect Curved Binding, Piped Binding and many on free-motion quilting, both on a domestic machine and on a longarm machine.
For those attending the upcoming Road to California Conference and Quilt Show in Ontario, CA., you should be able to meet Sharon Schamber in the Purple Daisies' booth. I'm certainly looking forward to attending this conference and show, as well as visiting the Purple Daisies' booth and seeing Sharon Schamber and Christie Fincher (Sharon's daughter).
You may also want to visit the page on my blog labeled "My Favorite Tutorials" to see other tutorials that I love.