Here’s another easy idea for a hair ornament, and you can use your leftover bias strips to make them! I took some plain headbands and covered them with tubes sewn from bias strips. It took a couple of tries to … Continue reading
If you’ve spent any time on Pinterest, you know that sometimes photo links there can be broken. This can be really annoying, particularly when you see something intriguing and want to learn more about it. That was the … Continue reading
Raw-edge applique is about as fast and easy as applique gets. If you haven’t tried it before I think you’re going to like it, because it’s also a lot of fun. And because you can do some seriously cute things … Continue reading
So now you’ve got all those nice bias strips cut and assembled, using either the traditional or the continuous method. What’s next? Folding and pressing the bias strips to make bias tape can take a long time if you’re making … Continue reading
Yesterday I showed you how to make continuous bias binding and talked about the advantages and disadvantages of that method. Today I’ll explain how to cut bias strips the more traditional way, and I’ll explain the advantage and disadvantages of … Continue reading
There are two really good ways to cut bias strips. Most people seem to have a strong preference toward one method or the other, so I thought I’d show you both methods and tell you the advantage and disadvantages of … Continue reading
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