Cover Stitch Bias Binder, I love it!

Indsendt af Lena Kantis
I never thought it was going to the "sew" easy to use the Cover Stitch Bias binder and the result of using it truly looks professional. I am very addicted right now. 
To sew small garments for children does not require much fabric, I bought a couple of pieces, around half a yard of each, and was able to make two sweaters, to fit the two small boys of 3 and 4 years old. My cousin has got two cute boys and they will get these sweaters next week when their mother will visit me.

On the sleeves I did add a small embroidery a star from the SuperDesigns in the Premier+ embroidery software.

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I did also sew a baby garment using a scrap piece.It is not finished yet, but you can see the finished one that my colleague Eva-Britt has been sewing.

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Remember to cut the Bias binding 28 mm for the regular thin jersey. If you are using the little thicker ribbing (normally used for cuffs), cut those 30mm.

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If you want to have a long strip of bias binding, cut the ribbing like this. Leave 4 inches of the circular tube.
Cut on the diagonal like shown on the picture below. Press and trim slightly. Finished!

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Here is the video to show you how to work with the Bias Binder. The Bias Binder fit on the Huskylock s21 and Huskylock s25.

This coming week, I will have a sewing class with some of the R&D people, they are all going to sew the owl, that I did show you last week. 

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Happy Sewing!

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