Added Nov 13, 2010
San Francisco Ba...
Flip the seam allowance back over. Stitch "in the ditch," or where the bias tape meets the seam allowance. If you have done the steps above correctly, this should catch the bias tape on the other side, holding it in place, while looking nice and neat on the side that you are stitching on.
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