Dreamer, today we present how to finish seams with open bias. Some examples of their use are in views, hems, or decorations in your sewing projects.
Check out the step-by-step we prepared for you in the following images.
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First, align the bias binding with the edge of the fabric and secure it with clips or pins.
Fold the end of the bias binding at 45°, as shown in the picture.
Continue sewing along the whole edge.
You will have two layers of bias binding, which you will join on the front with a parallel seam to the 45° fold to fix the bias binding overlap.
At this point, you can cut off the excess bias binding, now fold the open bias to the front of the fabric and sew with a straight stitch over the edge of it.
As a result, you will have an open bias binding edge with flat and thin seams, giving your projects an excellent finish.
If you want to know another method, here we leave you this video to sew a bias in your sewing projects.
Placing bies with your adjustable binder presser foot is another easy way we recommend you.
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