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How to Make and Sew Bias Tape

How to Make and Sew Bias Tape

Use bias tape at neckline and as loop for button.

idea - tunic details using bias tape. simple neckline and placket, and great for using bias instead of buttonhole.

Tips & Tricks | Archer Yoke on the Bias

A quick little tip for your plaid Archers if you'd like to cut your outer yoke on the bias, consider cutting the inside yoke on the straight grain. I find this cuts down a bit on stretch at the sho.

bias binding tutorial | oliver + s

bias binding tutorial

Here's a tutorial for my favorite method of sewing bias binding so the binding looks nice on both sides of your project.

How to sew bias tape around corners to make mitered corners free DIY tutorial instructions

How to sew bias tape with mitered corners

no measure, no pin, neat bias tape corner method (plus making a cute play doh mat)

Bias tape neckline finishing

How to Apply Bias Tape to a Neckline. Learn It. Make It. On Craftsy!

Snap on Adjustable Bias Binder Foot for Brother Singer Janome Sewing Machine New | eBay

Snap-on Adjustable Bias Binder Foot For Brother Singer Janome Sewing Machine NEW

It fit Brother, Janome, Singer, Babylock, Kenmore and many more sewing machines that use a snap-on type foot. You are buying One piece snap-on type adjustable bias binder foot for sewing machines. One piece adjustable bias binder foot.

BLOG POST ON HOW TO SEW A T-SHIRT.  One final thing that I like to do to my projects, though I don’t always, is add a ribbon or strip of bias tape to the back inside neck seam to cover the sewn edge. Take a look at your factory tees. Every single one has this detail added. It is a very simple way to make a homemade garment look professional.

Constructing a Knit Tee Shirt // Stretch Yourself

BLOG POST ON HOW TO SEW A T-SHIRT. One final thing that I like to do to my projects, though I don’t always, is add a ribbon or strip of bias tape to the back inside neck seam to cover the sewn edge. Take a look at your factory tees. Every single one has this detail added. It is a very simple way to make a homemade garment look professional.

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