I recommend getting 'Your First Quilt Book (or it should be)' by Carol Doak.
It is great for looking up things like how do I do bindings, layers,
It is simple to understand, and very easy to find the parts you are looking
for (I am the kind of person who does not read the directions first, I look
things up as I go along) and this book works great with this method.
Oh, yes, congratulations on you progress!
Theresa in Washington
>yesterday, Billie Lauder's Mystery Quilt which I saw on "Simply Quilts"
>EVER start with any project that requires matching points!) , and finished
>piecing my second quilt today (an EQ mystery quilt that I found on the
>- very easy: I used old shirts I pulled out of my Salvation Army pile). I
>found a local lady who does machine quilting with a stand up machine. My
>problem is that "Simply Quilts" has shown very few programs (maybe one that
>saw) on borders and binding. I thought I had this covered when I signed up
>a quilting class at the local *** school but the class was canceled for
>What do I do now? Any advice will be most appreciated since I've already
>Project Three (Stack 'N Whack) on the cutting board.