Stitch a bias top that's as easy to sew as it is comfortable to wear. The trick to sewing a successful bias garment is to engineer the design with sewing on the straight or cross-grain of the fabric, and this top does just that by piecing together two squares of fabric. It's all about a simple pattern, fast cutting, and quick sewing. Once you've mastered the steps, you can change the details to make it your own. Nicole Smith demonstrates how to create a bias topper from two squares of fabric.
From Threads #143
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Posted on Apr 17th, 2012 in sewing, online extras, how-to, patterns, downloads, threads magazine, article, Threads 143