What size should a quilt binding be?
If the size of your seam allowance is the regular ¼”, the ideal width for your quilt binding strips will range from 2” to 2 ½”. It all depends on your preferences. It can also be wider if you prefer a larger binding than the standard ¼” seam allowance width.
Do quilts need binding?
Quilts that don’t require binding:
Wall hangings are perfect candidates for no binding. They have minimal wear and tear, they are usually not as large as a bed quilt, and they can be hand or machine quilted without the use of a long arm machine. Decorative quilts.