This table runner was backed with fabric I intended to turn to the front to bind, however, for some reason, I did not leave myself much wiggle room to do so and it will be a real chore, may not even work well. There is only a 1/2" to fold then fold again with my fumble-fingers. I do, however, have enough commercial binding of two colors to do it, but I'm not sure either would look right. Quilters/artists, tell me what you think. I have put the green and the black on the edge as well as turned over some of the gold backing for you to see the choices. I could make binding from the gold, but I was hoping not to have to do that labor (I'm lazy about that, hence, turning the backing to the front on smaller projects, easy peasy). The green is not an exact match for the greens in the fabrics, which tend more to the olive-y side than this light sagey-seafoam looking commercial binding, but it's not terribly off. Or is it? And the black, though I love black for visual punch, seems a bit harsh with this project. If I have to make binding, I may be able to find an olive green in my stash that matches the greens in the fabrics if you don't like the gold, either. Ack, help! I still may try to fold over from the back, but just in case it doesn't work.... ETA: I looked, closest green I have to the ones in the fabrics is this one, however, not enough to make binding for the entire project.