Bias Tape Basics: How to Make + Apply Bias Binding

on August 28 | in Sewing Essentials, Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 9 Comments

Alisa from Making More with Less loves to work with bias tape. Check out the bias tape on the pretty bibs she sews (tons and tons of bibs!); she also adds bias tape to her potholders. Alisa and her sister Suzanne run Making More with Less, documenting all of their sewing and family adventures.

Learn all about bias tape in Alisa’s handy Bias Tape Basics PDF download. Alisa shows you how to make and apply bias binding (her technique lets you make 3 ½ yards of bias binding with one fat quarter!). Alisa writes,

“Bias Binding is an easy way to finish off edges and add interesting detail and color to your sewing projects. Think bibs, pot holders, skirt hems, blankets and baby items… Try it on place mats, table runners and on curved and scalloped edges. You can buy it in your local fabric store or you can make it yourself in whatever fabric your heart desires.”

You’ll love Alisa’s step-by-step guidance. Download the Bias Tape Basics: How to Make + Apply Bias Binding PDF today!

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9 Responses to Bias Tape Basics: How to Make + Apply Bias Binding

  1. Mayalla says:

    Your skirt is gorgeous, and so is the photo! I am prttey sure I “pinned” it on Pinterest… Kuddos for learning the darts and hidden zipper. I have yet to learn the “regular” zipper. 🙂 You have a great blog -I’m going back to look around some more…

  2. Michele says:

    Thank you so much. I could never figure out to sew bias tape on.

  3. Nancy says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial! I gave you a shout out on my blog post today since I used your tutorial in making bias binding covered piping. My post is here:

    Thanks again!

  4. Cindy says:

    Fantastic Tutorial!

  5. Betsy M says:

    Thank you!

  6. Cal says:

    Thank you for the tutorial.

  7. Joanna says:

    Thanks for the tutorial! It’s just what I needed.

  8. KarenH says:

    One can never have TOO MUCH bias tape, and handmade is the best!

  9. Kristin H says:

    Great tutorial! I can think of lots of fabric in my stash that would make great bias tape.

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