Sew Together Exclusive! So, your project requires bias binding, and you know there’s an easy way to make it in one continuous strip with only two seams. But something about the written instructions you’ve seen elsewhere just aren’t quite clear about what to match where, making you wonder about the “easy” part. Well, you have come to the right place.
The Twisted Tube has actual samples showing each step of how to make your own bias binding. Also included is a way to apply binding (bias or straight) and easily get a lump-free join without any fancy tools needed. A great learning and reference tool–it also tells how to figure yardage needed for your binding.
The Twisted Tube is enclosed in a file folder for easy storage.
P.S. Bias binding (aka bias-cut binding) can be used on both curved edges and straight edges. Bias binding is required if you are binding curved edges. If you are binding straight edges, you don’t have to use bias binding, you can cut long strips on the straight-of-grain and not have to do the Twisted Tube.