I went a step, well actually several steps, further in my glue usage. Now I'm sure you know that no one pieces perfectly (especially me) therefore sometimes my intersections aren't always perfect. I read a long time back that some people baste their intersections to make them as perfect as possible ... nah not me .... I glue now.
I almost always have to piece my backs and sometimes (as you know) the seam can turn back on itself while quilting .... yep I glue them down. The yellow line only 'represents' the glue. They're so nice after pressing.
EDIT: I now only use dots of glue, then iron dry. There's no need to lay down a line of glue, dots work perfectly.
You want those thick seams usually from string blocks to lay nice and flat ..... glue them, I do.
AND I even glue my label onto the backing fabric before stitching it in place. It works out great and Prince Charming quilts over the label nicely. I like to quilt in my label so that it can't be removed without extensive frogging.
Check out Sharon's FREE YouTube videos ..... watch the 3 part "Binding the Angel" for her binding glue tips. Your bindings will be perfect and you'll have beautiful corners ... I promise (rather Sharon promises).
I'm SOLD on Elmer's washable school glue .... sure wish I owned stock. LOL