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This is the third and final tutorial in my bias binding series. Many of my women’s sewing patterns, including the Gemma tank shown in this post, use bias binding to finish the neckline and armholes. There are so many ways to attach bias binding! Here are the methods I have shared so far: Traditional Method – my preferred technique and found in the sewing instructionsRead more...

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40 sewing hack, tips & tricks that you should know!

We're continuing with Part 2 of sewing the racerback sundress. See pictures of the finished dress here . See Part 1 -Seam Allowances an...

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How to sew a knit neckline binding // the Megan Nielsen method

Today i’ll be showing you my favourite neckline finish for knit fabrics. It’s my personal method for sewing knit neckline bindings, and i think it’s a much better method than the standard method. I like it because all the raw edges are enclosed, there is no trimming at the end and since it’s so sturdy …

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On Bent Pins and Dull Needles – Basic sewing machine etiquette | Odds & Hens

On Bent Pins and Dull Needles – Basic sewing machine etiquette

Over the years I have posted many bias related posts (see the collection below),  but it's just occurred to me that I never shown you ho...

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Adding bias to the inside edge of a garment is one of my favourite finishes. It gives a professional look as there are no hems left exposed...

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