Binding on the longarm speeds up the process of completing a quilt and can be a valuable service offered by professional longarm quilters. Learn how to make your quilt square and straight, use tools to attach the binding, and join the ends all on your longarm. You can use this method with either straight or scalloped bindings. As a bonus, you’ll learn a method for completing the binding entirely on your longarm. Yes, you heard that right, start to finish without having to remove the quilt from your longarm machine!
Kim’s love of quilts began when she received her great grandmother’s quilt as a wedding gift over 30 years ago and her love of creating quilts began a short time later when she made her first quilt for her newborn. Over the years her passion for quilting has led her to develop her quilting skills in a number of styles including traditional and art quilts, both pieced and appliquéd. Working on a longarm has allowed her the creativity to explore quilting designs, including ruler work and free motion designs. She is an award-winning quilter who loves to design her own quilts and quilting patterns and experiment with new techniques. As a retired English teacher, she enjoys combining her passion for quilting with her love of teaching. Although she has traded literature lessons for sewing and quilting classes, she knows that her students all crave personal attention in a fun and relaxing atmosphere, which she strives to do in every class she teaches. She lives in Provo and when she is not in her sewing studio, you can find her working and teaching at Dave’s Bernina or playing with her three adorable grandsons.
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