Bias tape neckline
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We'll show you how to sew the bias facing neckline of our Eucalypt pattern! We've got three methods to sew this facing, including a bias binding finish.
Mamvurattt saved to Sewing bias tape
This is my favorite method of using bias tape. It helps reduce bulk and has such a clean finish. CONTACT: GirlyGrrlStyle.com + Instagram : https://www.instag...
Sherilynn Budzik saved to Sewing
The key to sewing a bias tape neckline is using the right kind of bias tape, pressing, understitching and shaping the bias tape into a curve.
suzanne owen saved to Sewing techniques
Learn how to sew a v neck with bias tape. This easy tutorial will show you all the tricks and tips you need to get a beautiful flat v neck for your shirts.
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Amanda Jamieson saved to sewing
Learn how to sew bias tape for a decorative finish on armholes, necklines and even quilting projects. EASY step by step instructions for beginners.
Stephanie Leroy saved to sewing projects
How to get a flat and clean result everytime. Bias Binding – CHARLOTTE KAN How to make your own bias tape, bias tape tutorial.
Ruth Ann Reyes saved to Sewing
Bias facing is one of my favourite neckline finishes. It’s clean, professional and quick. Now that you’ve mastered how to make your own bias tape, here’s how to use it as a neckline facing (although this technique also applies to armhole facings and hems as well!) You’ll be surprised at how easy this technique is […]
Chris Hartlove saved to sewing
Sew a bias neckline perfect the first time! Use these tips to help create the best finish for your handmade garment. Find Break + Remake here:Instagram: http...
chelsea burtsfield saved to sewing
Finishing a neckline or armhole with bias facing can be a bit tricky, but there are a few ways to do it. This method is pretty foolproof and is great for adding a decorative bias band to the right side of your garment at the neckline or armhole. Also you don’t need a bias tape maker
Judy Bowick saved to Sewing