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Video: Create Piping From Bias Strips

Evamarie Gomez and Judith Neukam; Shot by: Gary Junken

You can cross piping off your shopping list once you learn to make it with bias strips in this video from Industry Insider Techniques Vol. 6.

In Volume 6 of this series, respected sewing instructor and Threads Contributing Editor Louise Cutting shares more insider secrets for dealing with challenges. She gives you a behind-the-scenes look at how the pros solve the same dilemmas you face. This 21-part series, shows you how to handle fragile fabrics, make perfectly aligned vertical buttonholes, sew elegant darts, make self-fabric interfacing, and many more expert techniques.

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About This Video Series

In Volume 6 of Threads’ master-sewing video series Industry Insider Techniques, respected instructor Louise Cutting shares her techniques for mastering the details and trade secrets for achieving greater success in garment sewing. All Industry Insider Technique Volumes 1 through 8 can be viewed online for free as part of a Threads’ Insider membership.

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    aprongirl | | #1

    Hi Louise, love your videos and I would be nothing if not an Insider. My questions is how to you complete the neckline with this technique, I know you said it is the length of the circumference of the neckline, but the finish for connecting them has escaped me.

  2. gcr55 | | #2

    Your videos are incredibly motivating! As a beginner, I watch the videos and make lists of skills and techniques to practice. Your calm, detailed, logical approach is appreciated. Seeing the details on videos really helps.

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