One of the projects I teach is a Butcher's Apron. Whenever I teach I like there to be different techniques to learn. On the Butcher's Apron one of the techniques is bias tape as a trim. There are so many things that can be done with bias tape. Pinterest is such a source of inspiration, if you are ever lacking and don't feel like leaving your desk just click away.
|bias tape sewn on as panels by little girl pearl|
|"my little raglan dress" kayleen reed flour clothing|
|bias tape as trim on wash clothes by sleepytimegal|
|bias tape with a crocheted edge from kellyrachel.com|
I love this polka dot tape in retro colors, so much fun! This is from dana-made-it
Want to make your shorts, pants or skirt unique? Bias tape is an easy way to add a tuxedo stripe or hem trim. The shorts below are from Posh Girl Vintage
And I will finish this post with some lovely Liberty of London bias tape.
You can always make your own or buy some. This one is from
a shop on Etsy called Polly Danger Notions.
Have a great weekend!