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Live your life! A relaxed fit tank featuring a 'Wild and Free' front graphic with leopard print detail. Round neck. Dropped raw edge armholes. Finished hem. Semi-sheer. Knit.

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...

Avoid wonky, wavy armholes! Learn how to sew with bias tape (a.k.a. bias binding) to finish armholes and necklines for a professional, crisp look. | Indiesew.com
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How to Use Bias Tape

Avoid wonky, wavy armholes! Learn how to sew with bias tape (a.k.a. bias binding) to finish armholes and necklines for a professional, crisp look. | Indiesew.com

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Tips + Tricks: Perpendicular Seaming

This short video tutorial is to demonstrate how to sew the facings to the bodice around the armholes in two separate steps. As described in Pattern A of Femi...

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Details about Doll Clothes-Handmade-American Girl Dolls-Fits18"-Shopkins and Spearmint Dress

French binding is a versatile bias binding technique that is used to enclose the raw edges of light weight and sheer fabrics.  The finish is quite beautiful around necklines and armholes when neatly and meticulously done in either matching or contrast colours or fabrics. The recently released Chelsea blouse neckline is finished using this technique so I wanted to pass along some tips and techniques for achieving a really beautiful ready to wear finish using this pattern.