It’s no secret that I love me some bias tape, especially homemade bias tape with cute prints on the fabric. But what I don’t love so much is piecing all thoe strips together. Nicole from Liola Designs shows how to make continuous bias tape without having to sew a million little seams. Rather than cutting all the strips first and then piecing them together, she folds and pieces the fabric first and then cuts the bias strips in one long piece. It saves a heap of time and it also saves you from the fiddly task of trying to get all those seams perfectly matched on the sides. Go to Liola Designs blog for the tutorial.
[photo from Liola Designs]
By Anne Weaver