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Satin Blanket Binding for Baby Quilts

sdarrah1973 | Posted in Equipment and Supplies on

Hi all! I’m new to Gatherings, but not new to Threads. But, I’m at a loss to find really nice satin blanket binding for a baby quilt. I know I can make it myself and just might do that. My daughter received a crib quilt from a friend and the blanket binding was not stitched on correctly and frayed terribly so even before the baby is here, it needs to be replaced. I wanted to know if any of you might be aware of a manufacturer that still makes really nice, opaque satin blanket binding. I’d sure appreciate any suggestions any of you might have out there.



  1. Jean | | #1

    Wright's still makes it.  Should be available wherever sewing notions are sold. Or you can buy it online.

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  2. Kiley | | #2

    I use Wrights also if I use binding. I usually don't use binding on the baby blankets. I am a bit lazy so I just round the edges and serge with the "Extra" Woolly nylon. I have found the blankets to last much longer when the edges are serged rather than have satin binding. I have many grandkids and my kids keep asking me to make more. Another baby is coming this month and another in June. Grands #24 and #25. :) Three of them are great grands. Yep, I have made many blankets.:) I really love to make them. I would like to join Project Linus this year.

    1. sarahemily | | #3

      Our daughter loved the feel of the satin binding on her special blanket.  From the time she was quite young she had a special corner of the binding that was the perfect spot for her thumb.  I replaced the satin binding several times before she was ready to sleep without her blanket.  I never sewed the mitered corners shut so her thumb could find the new home.  To this day she is very aware of texture in her clothing selection.  And, I still have the well-loved yellow blanket.  Can't bring myself to throw it.

      1. Kiley | | #4

        Virginia, that is a very sweet story. :)

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