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Sewing Bias Piping 1/4″ Finished

You need a piece of cording or thin rope for this exercise. The cording is covered with a bias strip/tape which creates the piping. Piping is used as a decorative element which is commonly seen on collars and pockets. These courses are designed for learners planning to go into the fashion/apparel production environment. Purchase the patterns for Level 1 tutorials here: https://tinyurl.com/AAA-L1-Patterns

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