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Create your own bias tape with our Bias Tape Maker Kit.Simple and easy. Your creation will look professional with a clean-finished product from homemade napkins, handbag, bibs and etc.
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VARIETY OF USES - We’ve fully stocked this double-fold bias tape maker kitwithall necessary equipment to offer convenience and versatility needed for professional or beginner DIY use.
STANDARD SIZE -Fits in the majority of sewing machineslike Haitral, Brother, Babylock, Janome, Kenmore, Singer, Juki, so you can buy this binding tape maker kit at ease.
First, cut the end of your fabric off at an angle, feed your bias strip reverse side up into the bias maker, then use the awl to pull the fabric through.
Use a pin to secure the bias to an ironing board, then iron down, the small handle on the bias maker will help you pull with on hand and iron with the other
After you finish the tape, you can use the foot to sewing.
CUSTOMER Q & A:
Question: How does it work? It didn't have directions and i have never made bias tape before. Any help would be appreciated Answer:Thread your fabric into the large end of the size you want pull it thru and iron it as you go. If you have it threaded correctly it will fold the edges in for you and make your bias tape. It should come out with the wrong side up and the edges folded so you can iron them down. Do not slide your iron, set it down on it, sliding may distort the size somewhat. Very easy to use. see less By Denese Lamp on Oct 10, 2019
Question: How wide do you have to cut the fabric for each size? Answer: I cut about twice the size of the tape maker I was using but i would try it out with a scrap piece before cutting your entire length of fabric. I found a difference depending on the weight of the fabric By Diana on Oct 7, 2019
Question: When you sew strips of bias together, will the seams go through the tape maker or do you have to sew them together afterwards? Answer: Sew the strips together and trim the seams to around 1/4". Press the seams open or in the opposite direction you will pull the tape through the tape maker. It will go through. By Paula J on September 20, 2019