How to Make a Continuous Bias Binding

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A Half Yard of Fabric Makes 200″ of Bias Binding!

Bias binding is helpful for any project that needs a curved binding to finish the edges. You can easily make your own from fabric that matches the project using the continuous binding method.





This method almost seems like magic! Sew one seam and create bias binding from an entire half yard of fabric.

You’ll want a Bias Ruler for this, which you can purchase here.

The folding ruler is easy to store and opens up into the perfect tool for this project.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

 

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