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Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards of bias tape

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards bias tape - Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards (bias tape) - Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards of bias binding

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck...

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Brilliant idea for turning a fat quarter into 5 yards of bias tape.  This will be perfect for making ruffles!

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards bias binding - Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards bias binding - Stop staring and start sewing! I knew about this method, but didn't know I could get 5 yards out of a fat quarter!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

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