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Tutorial- Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards of bias tape

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck...

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck...

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards bias tape- Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Home made bias tape!  No more buying the pre made stuff any more!  Need to learn this myself

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Brilliant idea for turning a fat quarter into 5 yards of bias tape.  This will be perfect for making ruffles!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Tutorial: 5 yards of bias tape from 1 fat quarter

Tutorial: 5 yards of bias tape from 1 fat quarter

Turn one fat quarter into 4 yards - cut on bias, move triangle over, sew back together. Mark lines, make an off-center tube, sew again, then cut one long spiral.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!  Well this caught my attention,  at the end of the tutorial, she makes her unique- one of a kind- bias tape.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

5 beautiful yards of bias tape that is! I discovered this method a few months back and it rocked my (small, fabric-centric) world. The way I always did it required cutting the first triangle off but then I was stuck.

Turn a fat quarter into 5 yards of continuous bias tape and/or piping! Cool idea to make your own!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing. (Instructions and Link to site to calculate yardage needed for various widths of bias tape.

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards bias binding - Stop staring and start sewing!

Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards

No Waste Bias Tape Turn one fat quarter into 5 yards - Stop staring and start sewing!

So now you've got all those nice bias strips cut and assembled, using either the traditional or the continuous method. What's next? Folding and pressing the bias strips to make bias tape can take a...

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