How to Assemble Neck Bias Binding?
One will be a bias facing the neck of the adorable baby dress and the other will be a bias binding the neck. First, we will try the bias facing. You'll use the same method as when you are tying the round neck circumference together. This was originally a raglan dress where a rubber band was put in the neck by using the facing as an elastic casing after facing the piece, but we will only go through how to do the facing here.
Let’s take a look on how to make a bias. If you need a very short bias, you can cut part of the fabric you’re using and use that instead, however if you need a long bias, you likely have to cut out your fabric diagonally than connect it one by one.
Difference between Single-folded Bias & Double-folded Bias
The 3 Layer Mask is a reusable mask with filter pockets available for you to simply make at home. The single pattern allows you to cut the pattern in one unlike our previous release where it was cut into two. It requires less work for those who are making reusable masks in bulk since there is one less step to cutting the pieces out. Protect yourself, your family and loved ones with masks. Stay safe!
When using interfacing, I sometimes come across absurd scenarios that I had never thought before. There are small mistakes that can be just laughed at and fixed simply, but there are also cases where hard-worked projects are ruined by an irreparable mistake (this is from experience 😊). If you want to avoid this unfortunate situation, you may want to refer to the tips shown below.
Interfacing is a very useful material that enhances the finishing of a project, but due to the variety of types, it is difficult to choose for each specific project. So, in this article, I hope to help in this dilemma by sharing what interfacings I use along with the explanations for each type.
The Kids Book Bag is a must for all children who like to carry their belongings around! Specially designed to hold books, this bag is also useful for carrying other things. Additionally, with a convenient webbing leather handle, this stylish bag is both practical and beautiful. Although its title emphasizes its practicality for kids, it can easily be used for adults to carry books as well! Try creating a quilt with four different colors. This allows you to create the perfect book bag to fit your style.
The Alina Girls’ Apron is an apron I designed for my daughter several years ago. At that time, she had a newfound interest in cooking, and would spend a lot of time helping me make after-school snacks and dinner, as well as a big mess in the kitchen. I realized during our cooking sessions that the aprons we had at home were all too big on her, the hem coming down almost to her ankles. They were all adult-sized. So I decided to get to work on making her a girl’s apron, appropriate for her size and height. Using a charm pack I had, I patchworked fabric pieces and matched it with a solid colored fabric… and out came this charming little apron! Needless to say, my daughter loved it! Present your daughter with this unique and useful apron, and have a fun mother-daughter cooking session of your own!
An excellent pattern for beginning sewers, in just an hour you’ll have immediate satisfaction! Put that scrap pile to use with patchworking and combine with your favorite colours for a fun, funky clutch. Its small size makes it the perfect bag for girls! A great gift for anyone