Added Nov 14, 2010
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Cut your pre-made piping to the right size. Place your piping along the edge of one of your pieces where you want the seam to go. Match raw edges with the cord (the rounded part) facing towards the center of the fabric. Use a zipper foot or a special piping foot to baste the piping to the fabric, sewing as close to the cord as possible.
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