Size L6 Girls Clothing - Leggings
Single & Double Bias Binding 2. French Binding or Piping: French binding or piping is used on sheer fabrics. For this you must cut bias strip that is six times the desired finished width. Fold the strip in half, wrong sides together and press. Stitch raw edges of binding to the garment on the right side and hem the folded edge to stitching line on the wrong side. It is also called double binding.
Mantua makers seam Now make a second fold to make the folded edge lie along the original tacking line, machine stitch or hem through all thicknesses and remove tacking. 5. Piped seam: Sometimes a piping or bias piece is inserted in a plain seam to give a decorative finish to the garment. This types of seam is very often used in the waistline, Yokeline and armhole line of the garment. If a cord is enclosed in bias strip, the seam is called corded seam. Prepare the bias strip, fold it in the middle and tack it to the right side of the pieces Piped seam to be seamed in such a way that the bias fold extends 1/8 inside the seam line. To be more effective the bias material should be of contrast color.