Added Sep 22, 2012
Bias tape is often used to neaten the arm hole and neckline, either concealed or for decorative purposes. While craft stores are well stocked with a wide variety of colours, sometimes they just do not match the colour of your fabric. At times like this, I make my own bias tape. It is a very simple process.
You will need: a piece of (scrap) fabric – sufficient to be cut on the bias, a bias tape maker, a pair of scissors, a ruler, a fabric pencil (or any other marker), an iron and iron board.
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