Have you ever wanted to just quickly cut bias strips without having to waste fabric or cut it into an origami-sized square? If you are left handed, you should be able to follow these instructions and adjust them for your dominant hand. Apologies in advance for my bias! See what I did there?
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How to make bias tape. Easy and without a maker.
How to cut bias strips for piping and banding and how to cut fabric on the bias.
If you're binding around curved edges, you'll want to cut your binding strips on the bias. Here are two ways to cut bias binding strips. Begin with a fabric square or rectangle. Use a large acrylic ruler to square up the edge of the fabric and find the degree angle. Cut enough strips to total the length needed, handling the edges carefully to avoid stretching or distorting the strips.
Essential Guide to Bias Strip Appliqué
In this tutorial, I will show you how to make a continuous bias tape by folding squares of fabric to make long strips. So keep reading to start making your own bias tape from any fabric of your stash. The best thing about making your own bias tape at home is that you can make it with literally any fabric you like. This gives you the chance to personalize your sewing projects and have unique finishing details on them.
To create this article, 9 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. This article has been viewed 22, times. Learn more Cutting and sewing "on the bias" means the fabric is cut against the natural grain.