Here's the coil of binding ready to go on this dark brown batik quilt. I did the binding on 9 quilts in a row so I learned a few things. One good thing is to coil up your prepared binding before you start attaching it. It keeps the unattached binding (even if it falls out of the way) all together and keeps it from getting all twisted up as you're working. That twisting can be annoying. One more thing I've learned (but don't always remember ... yet) is to lay out on the binding on your quilt to make sure that the seams do not fall at a corner before you start stitching it on. Thanks!
Soon-to-be-finished Dark Brown Batik Quilt in African Motifs