I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to meet Vanessa while attending quilt market in Pittsburgh last year! She is adorable, and I’m grateful that we have become friends! I am excited to share with you today this sweet little binding kit that she has posted a tutorial for on her blog!
The instructions were fabulous and very easy to follow! My fabric pick came from a few different lines. I mixed a a few Moda prints with some lovely Gooseberry fabric, which Vanessa designed and will be shipping to stores in October!
I was so excited when Vanessa asked me before Market to make her a bag for her booth! I made this Carry-On Travel bag. It is one of Annie’s patterns! It just so happens, that I had just enough quilted fabric left over to make my Goody Goody Binding Kit!
So the first thing I did a little different from the tutorial was use Soft and Stable instead of batting. I really like the stability that it added to the binding case!
I did make one more minor change as I made this case, I simply cut my binding 2 1/4” instead of 2 1/2”. I like my binding to be tight when it wraps around the edge. I also sewed my binding on the inside of the case and topstitched it down on the front. (Of course I used a million wonder clips in the whole process.)
And there you go! A finished Goody goody binding kit to hold all your binding essentials!
Make sure you check out other sewing friends on Fat Quarter Shop that have joined in on the fun! Check out all the fun on Instagram as well! #goodygoodysewalong
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