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Thread: How to Make Bias Tape (4 yards from a Fat Quarter) Tutorial

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    This is fascinating!! I'm intrigued and definitely need to try it...I can't quite imagine the cutting part in my head!!! Can't see how you would get one continuous length of fabric!!! LOL!!! So I'm gonna have to try it out....thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom2suki
    This is fascinating!! I'm intrigued and definitely need to try it...I can't quite imagine the cutting part in my head!!! Can't see how you would get one continuous length of fabric!!! LOL!!! So I'm gonna have to try it out....thanks!!!
    You have to be sure to offset the lines you've drawn rather than matching them exactly when you sew the seam. Just follow the instructions carefully. It works really well and is the way I always make bias strips.

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    thanks for letting us know

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun
    Quote Originally Posted by mom2suki
    This is fascinating!! I'm intrigued and definitely need to try it...I can't quite imagine the cutting part in my head!!! Can't see how you would get one continuous length of fabric!!! LOL!!! So I'm gonna have to try it out....thanks!!!
    You have to be sure to offset the lines you've drawn rather than matching them exactly when you sew the seam. Just follow the instructions carefully. It works really well and is the way I always make bias strips.

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