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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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    Nov 22, 2017, 12.11 PMby CelinaFox

    Unfortunately, this method leaves a raw edge to the point which is not caught by the line of stitching. This then pokes out as can be seen in the photograph for Step 8.

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    Nov 17, 2012, 10.20 PMby JillyO

    Figures, Burda would have a most excellent solution.

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    Jul 19, 2012, 11.05 AMby Innamc

    Very very much helpful, thank you :-)

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    Mar 17, 2012, 05.29 AMby schnui

    Thank-you for this tip, I really appreciate it.

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    Mar 10, 2012, 08.38 AMby Debby H

    Thank you for this I am sure I will use this tip a lot on summer tops

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