March 20, 2021 sheilaokelly How I cut and sew bias binding Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
I can’t wait to try your method. The folding of the big piece of fabric is, by far, the simplest and clearest method I’ve ever seen.
I’m a huge fan of bias binding, and have a big stash of it all made up and ready to go. It is my favorite method of using up scraps left over from sewing projects.
(I also do the same with crossgrain strips cut from knit fabric leftovers.)
My go-to dimension is 2″ wide – I can always cut it down if needed. Having a nice inventory of ready-to-use bias/crossgrain strips is SO handy.
P.S. Nice work on your tutorial video. Very clear.
So glad you found it clear. I keep stash of knit bindings on hand too. Sometimes I even use knit binding on a woven. Happy sewing!