Today we're going to show you how to use bias binding to finish an armhole. If you have made your binding strips yourself you don't need to worry about this.
Avoid wonky, wavy armholes! Learn how to sew with bias tape (a.k.a. bias binding) to finish armholes and necklines for a professional, crisp.
During the construction of my Sorbetto top I suddenly realised how I can guarantee that bias tape will fit perfectly in any armhole or neckline (or.
Materials to Use on How to Apply Bias Binding on Armholes: how to make your own binding by reading our tutorial on how to make bias tape.
Bias tape, made from strips of bias-cut fabric, is most commonly used to finish garment edges, especially along necklines and armholes.
Bias facing is a finish in which bias tape is sewn onto the raw edge, then of a neckline or armhole, sewn to the raw edge and turned inward.
UPDATE I've updated and greatly expanded this tutorial so pop over for invisibly finishing arm holes or necklines using bias tape (seen.
How to sew a bias tape facing to the inside of necklines and armholes to get a good edge finish without lining or full facing. Easy when you.