How To Make Bias Binding

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Making Bias Binding

Bias binding is useful in so many ways. It’s a strip of fabric cut diagonally. Because of this, it’s stretchable and flexible than one cut along the grains. In dressmaking, many often use it for draping the rough edges and binding holes. 

Many people use store-bought bias bindings with beautiful colour, but you can experience making them yourself at home. There are several ways you can make bias tapes with an attractive colour menu for yourself or customers in the UK if you want to start a family company. Here are a few ways or details you could try. 

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Things You Will Need

To make your own quality bias binding in your shop, you will need any selection or collection of clothing products of your choice. Tightly-woven colour and lightweight textile products selections with good colours will do. You can use either printed or plain colour so. 

To achieve better results, you will also need some cutting and sewing items or tools, including garment scissors or rotary cutters, markers, rulers, iron, and other usual sewing items. Having all you need is the password to becoming experts in bias binding. While it’s optional, having a tape maker to measure the textile widths in your shop will make it easier.

Decide on What You Want

In general, there are two types of binding bias, a single fold and a double fold. You can explore the reviews of both types. A single-fold has a strip of cloth folded lengthwise so that the two raw edges meet in the middle. On the other hand, double-fold has three folds. In general, bias binding tapes range from 1/4 inch to 1 inch in width on their folded measurements.

How to Make Quality Bias Binding

Step 1: Locate the Fabric’s Bias – It runs precisely 45 degrees of the fabric’s selvedge. If you want to be more precise, you can use a triangle ruler instead to mark two points on the fabric to make a perfect 45-degree line. 

Step 2: Cut the Bias Binding – Cut strips of cloth along the location or line according to your desired width using scissors or rotary cutters. You can use markers and rulers to sort or mark the lines. For single-fold bias, you will need two to three times the width of your intended measurement.

Step 3: Connect the Strips – If your strips are too short, you will need to connect them. Turn over one strip and align its edges over the other strip. Lastly, sew the intersection points of the two fabrics from one end to the other.

Step 4: Folding –  Once you have the bias strips, you can run them through your binding maker, ironing it as you do it. Alternatively, you can manually fold the strips.

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How to Make Continuous Bias Binding Bias B

Step 1 – Cut the Fabric – For this, you will need to start with a square cloth of your choice. Halfway along the square, mark two dots on both the left and right ends. Next, carefully cut the square diagonally into two separate pieces to make equal-sized triangles. 

Step 2 – Sew the Fabric – Next step is to connect the fabric. Then, take one of the triangles and flip it over and place it on top of the other. Make sure that the previously matched dots align. Lastly, sew them with a 1/4 inch seam. Open and press the seam range. The outcome should be a parallelogram. 

Step 3 – Mark the Binding Bias Fabric – Starting from the base, fill the fabric with horizontal lines to make rows. The space between each line is your preferred bias strip width. Next, connect both sides of the fabric to form a tube. Finally, sew the ends together with a 1/4 inch seam. 

Step 4 – Cut the Bias Binding Fabric – Starting from one end, cut along the lines you drew on the cloth. You have done it correctly if you need to cut the fabric in a long spiral. Lastly, fold the strips according to your preference, with or without binding maker tools. 

Conclusion

Making a bias binding fabric is easy if you have the right skills and the right equipment. You must be able to measure, cut, sort and sew textile perfectly. With an email address and orders, you can get all the tools you need.

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