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Video: How to Sew Piping to a Curve

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Produced by: Evamarie Gomez and Stephani Miller; Videographer: Jeff Roos

Better Piping: Sew Piping to a Curved Edge

If you've ever sewed piping to a curve using pins, you may have come across a common problem. The pins can warp the curve and the piping, making it difficult to get a smooth result.

We're offering two methods for sewing a better piped edge. One involves hand basting and the other offers a less obtrusive method that uses very few pins.

More Piping Video How-tos:

offset stitching for smooth piping results   Better Piping: Offset Stitching for Smooth Results
     
grading a piped seam   Better Piping: Grade to Reduce Bulk

 

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Comments (3)

tadpole tadpole writes: The anchor pin is on the wrong end. The majority of the fabric would be between the needle and the machine. Awkward!
Posted: 9:14 pm on September 23rd

Mags1953 Mags1953 writes: I can't see any videos either. Be good if this could be fixed.
Posted: 12:38 pm on July 26th

nikitanikita nikitanikita writes: Blank white square where the video should be. Happens often. Might want to check these old pages before including the link in your newsletter!
Posted: 5:52 pm on July 12th

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