Make your own bias tape and never worry about searching for a perfect match. Just pass the fabric through the tape maker and iron.
I was introduced to this product by a friend who let me borrow hers. It worked great. The only question I have is "how much fabric does one buy to make a certain number of yards of bias tape?" I purchased 1 1/4 yrds and ended up with 29yds of tape when I only needed 7yds. Also why does it not come in 1 1/2 size to make 3/4 inch tape.
..you feed the fabric in on the larger opening side... as you slowly pull it through, run a hot steam iron over it to make the crease.. its really simple and straight forward. directions on items are usually written on the back of the package as well...
Since I applique quilts this is the perfect tool for making that skinny 1/4" bias stems for flowers & those vines too.
I have one, but can't figure out which end the material goes in and how does it stay creased? Help....I need the tape yesterday!
Excellent product. Fast, easy and exactly what you need.
I have recently purchased the Clove bias tape maker in three widths 1/2", 3/4", 1". Absolutely amazing, I have never thought bias could be so easy and so simple. Thank you Clover!
Not only do I quilt but I braid rag rugs by hand. After seeing this product I was reluctant to try it. I sure am glad that I did. As a rug maker, I fold about 32 or more yards just to make one rug. This is a huge help to me and will make production go alot faster now. I recommend this for any craft that requires folding of fabric.
This is so easy to use and the tape comes out perfect! For the material I was using I did use a little bit of spray starch when I ironed to keep the creases more crisp. I was very impressed with this!