Added Mar 5, 2012
Apo, United States
Then you can sew on the binding.
Slip the inverted corner to be bound between the folds of the bias tape, pin, and stitch in place.
I prefer to do this by hand as a point is tricky to sew under the best of circumstances. On this piece, I did it with a machine and it came out sort of messy (sorry, I'm super sleep deprived).
I hope this makes your next bias bound project easier!
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