Learn the intricacies of sewing a French piping so that you can use it on all of your sheer and lightweight garment necklines, sleeves, hems, pockets, or any edge that you are looking to create a polished finish. Learn more about binding options by viewing our single folded bias binding lessons.
|2||Preparing the French Piping||1-5|
|3||Machine-Stitching the French Piping||1-6|
|4||Hand-Stitching the French Piping||1-8|
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MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep
|1||This lesson is in French piping. I am going to show you how to cut the bias strip first for the piping.|
|2A||I have prepared my pattern. I have marked my bias strips and they are 1 ½” (3.8cm) in width.|
|2B||And, I have my fabric sandwiched between two pieces of paper and then pinned them together. It just makes it easier for cutting.|
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