How to Sew DOUBLE FOLD Bias Tape for Beginners
What is Double Fold Bias Tape?
How to Sew Double Fold Bias Tape Tutorial
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Method 1 – Fast and Easy
Method 1: Fold the bias tape in half, with the wider edge on the bottom, and pin it in place from the top (narrower) edge. Method 2: Slip the bias over the fabric, sandwiching the raw edges in the middle.
Method 2 – Old School and Professional
How to Overlap Bias Tape
Fold the end over by u00bd inch (12mm) where you start, and then overlap the ends by 1/4 inch (2mm) when you get back to where you started. The top end should be flat and not folded over.
Sewing Double Fold Bias Tape on Ends
If you need to bind the end of your project, simply fold the end over by u00bd inch (12mm), then stitch and sew the bias as usual. When you fold the bias over, the ends will be neatly tucked inside.
Can I use bias tape for quilt binding?
Binding is the final step in quilting; whether you use premade bias tape or make your own, here’s how to sew it on! Starting along one of the straight sides of the blanket (not a corner), pin the open edge of the bias tape to the raw edge of the quilt.
What is the difference between quilt binding and bias tape?
Bias tape and binding are basically the same thing; the only difference is how they’re used. Bias binding involves wrapping bias tape around other fabric in its folded state to conceal raw edges or hold multiple layers of fabric together (or both).
How do you use double sided bias tape?
Fold the bias tape back up over the seam and flip it over to encase the unfinished edge. Open up the double-fold bias tape all the way and find the narrower side. Pin the bias tape edges to the raw edges of the fabric, right sides together. Sew the bias tape in place along the fold.
Can you make your own bias tape?
You can make your own bias tape with just a few simple tools: an iron, ironing board, and a bias tape maker like the ones listed below. A rotary cutter and mat are nice to have, but you can make bias tape without them.
How do you sew bias tape around a curve?
Straight edge binding
- Unfold one of the folds at the end of the bias tape.
- Place the open edge of the bias tape along the edge of the fabric, right sides facing, and pin in place as shown above.
- Work your way all the way down the edge, pinning in place.
How do you bind a 1/2 inch quilt?
Cut fabric strips four times wider than the finished binding width (for example, if you want a 1 / 2 inch wide finished binding, cut strips that are 2 inches wide (1 / 2 inch x 4 = 2 ). Fold the strip in half lengthwise with the wrong sides together (see a in the following figure).
How do you make extra wide bias tape?
- Line up your fabric on your cutting mat and fold it diagonally.
- Create Your Strips. Measure strips at a width of 2u201d and mark all across your fabric.
- Connect the Strips. Square off the ends of your strips.
- Stitch and Trim.