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Sewing: learning to apply piping

Sewing: learning to apply piping



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A piping is a strip of news: 739845 fabric folded in half and caught in the thickness of a seam. The piping is often filled with a cord which gives them a nice, well-cylindrical volume 1. First, take a bias as well as a piping cord. Position the piping cord on the reverse side of the bias, fold the bias and pin.
2. Then sew the bias along the piping cord using a zippered foot.
3. Take the actu: 739845 fabric on which you want to add piping on the right side, then position the raw edges of the piping and actu: 739845 tissue one on the other. Pin and stitch along the previously made seam, always with a zipper foot.
4. Position right side up the piece of actu: 739845 previous fabric and the second piece to be assembled, then stitch again near the piping cord using a zipper foot.
5. Open the assembled fabrics. The piping is thus visible at the place and allows to obtain a nice joint.