You can find a new video tutorial on my YouTube channel. This one is about sewing bias tape hems with hidden seams. This hemming method is often called "French bias tape hemming/binding". It's similar to classic way of sewing hems, but the results are a little different. If you are a bit afraid to work with a bias tape, then believe that there is no reason to. See for yourself… Video tutorial on how to sew hems with a bias tape:
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If you want to know how to sew a zipper to a garment with lining, then you can read more about that here:
VIDEO TUTORIAL - How to sew zipper to the lined garment
How to sew hems with a bias tape
You can also use a bias tape to clean the cutting edges if you don't have an overlock or if you like traditional tailoring. I chose to clean the seam allowances of this women's dungaree skirt with a bias tape:
How to sew women's dungaree skirt using traditional tailoring techniques
You can get pattern for this women’s skirt here:
Pattern for women's dungaree skirt HAVE FUN
I would like to thank the Dumlatek.cz shop for the beautiful mustard Needlecord. You can get this fabric here: Needlecord - Rich Yellow and I bought the bias tape in the Sitiniti.cz shop, here: Bias tape.
The other fabric used on my skirt is also from Dumlatek.cz store. It’s a beautiful denim-like knit, you can get it here: Denim-like knit
You can also use a bias tape on simple patterns to spice things up a bit. That's what I did with this cardigan:
Have a nice day, Peťa