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In real life with will look more twisty, but I'm not that good at drawing. Take your scissors and start cutting along the lines you've drawn on the fabric, starting with one of the overhanging edges. Because of how you matched up the marks, the lines you drew are now one long continuous line spiraling around the tube of fabric. When you are done cutting, you'll have one long continuous strip of bias tape made from the entire piece of fabric.

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