Monday, August 19, 2013
More Print Handmade Bias Tape
Making bias tape isn’t really new for me (here’s where I’d shared the last batch) but I think it’s so much fun to see how prints turn out as bias trim.
I finally purchased a bias tape maker—it was only a $6 investment, not sure why I agonized about the decision—so it’s far easier to make now.
This post specified some other blogs I’ve used to learn to make my own bias tape and even linked to a printable bias tape maker.
I did make all of these bias tape prints with scraps, so I couldn’t use the continuous bias tape tutorial I’ve used in the past. I just cut strips, sewed them together, and then ran them through the bias tape maker and pressed them.
Places I have linked:
Or So She Says, Train to Crazy, Tater tots & Jello, Merry Messy Life, Sugar Bee Crafts, Reasons to Skip the Housework, The 36th Avenue, House of Hepworths, Someday Crafts, Southern Lovely, 504 Main,Serenity Now, Fingerprints on the Fridge, I heart NapTime, Classy Clutter, A Glimpse Inside, Somewhat Simple, Gingerly Made, Serenity Now, Today's Creative Blog, The Winthrop Chronicles, Home Stories A to Z, CraftyScrappyHappy