Learn how to make 239 inches of bias binding from a 24" square of fabric in under an hour.
Bias binding is great for quilt projects with curves. It also makes checks and plaids look nicer when they're cut on the bias.
Sometimes when I don't feel inspired but I want to be productive I just make binding from leftover scraps and put it away for a rainy day.
1. Cut a 24" square.(or larger if you wish)
2. Cut the square into 2 triangles.
3. Bring the right side over to the left and pin fabric with right sides together.
4. Off setting evenly on both sides.
5. Sew using a 1/4" seam allowance.
6. Iron seam open.
7. On the back mark lines 2-1/4" apart.
8. Match edges off setting by one row. Pin right sides together and sew using a 1/4" seam allowance. Iron seam open.
9. Cut on the line (10.) making one continuous strip.
11. Fold in half and iron.
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