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There are lots of ways to sew a bias binding to finish a garment, so I’ve put together a series of tutorials to walk you through three of my favorite options! You’ll see these demonstrated on my Gemma sewing pattern, but you can use these techniques for any necklines, armholes, or hems that you please! Click on the photosRead more...

This is the third and final tutorial in my bias binding series. Many of my women’s sewing patterns, including the Gemma tank shown in this post, use bias binding to finish the neckline and armholes. There are so many ways to attach bias binding!

Saya sudah membuat beberapa postingan terkait dengan pembuatan rok lipit ini, hari ini saya juga akan memberitahu salah satu cara menjahit ...

Saya sudah membuat beberapa postingan terkait dengan pembuatan rok lipit ini, hari ini saya juga akan memberitahu salah satu cara menjahit ...

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nice detial if extending a skirt because too fitted, instead of adding a ribbon of fabric, allow the bottom to have a flap each side and add lace

♥♥ Marifetli Muallim ♥♥: KIŞ SEZONU:ŞAL YAKA / VOLANLI HIRKA DİKİMİ

♥♥ Marifetli Muallim ♥♥: KIŞ SEZONU:ŞAL YAKA / VOLANLI HIRKA DİKİMİ

Dive into these 15+ Donuts that have you screaming DONUT DAY but are secretly healthy, gluten free, vegan and paleo!

Dive into these 15 Donuts that have you screaming DONUT DAY but are secretly healthy, gluten free, vegan and paleo!

Add some mid-century charm to your gallery wall with this DIY wall art idea. All you need is popsicle sticks, glue and some stain to make this inexpensive home decor knockout. Click to see the full tutorial and download the hexagon template. | MakeAndDoCrew.com

Add some mid-century charm to your gallery wall with this DIY wall art idea. All you need is popsicle sticks, glue and some stain to make this inexpensive home decor knockout. via Jess @ Make and Do Crew