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Sometimes, you may have a raw edge you need to finish, perhaps at a neckline, but you don't want the bias binding to show. This method turns the bias binding to the inside of the garment, giving a clean, smooth look. Here, we are using contrasting bias and thread for demonstration purposes, but for , but you will probably want to everything to be matching for your project.

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bias, a project with a raw edge that needs finishing

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    Nov 11, 2009, 05.14 PMby trumper

    What a great tip! Thanks :)

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    Feb 2, 2009, 02.57 PMby mmmrphs

    Handy how to, thanks burdastyle.

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    Feb 2, 2009, 02.02 AMby marmota-b

    This is, basicly, using a bias tape instead of a facing pattern piece, right?

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http://burdastyle.com//techniques/turned-bias-binding