How To Make A Continuous Bias Binding

How To Make A Continuous Bias Binding | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image by SewCanShe via YouTube


I’m not going to lie, but I had no idea what a continuous bias binding was until I watched this video by SewCanShe via YouTube. I’m not a sewer, but I grew up around sewing. My mom would get bored and sew about anything and everything you can think of. It seems complicated, but this lady does a wonderful job explaining thoroughly how to make this without the extra chatter. I like the editing and how it cuts to the important parts of the tutorial, which can save you minutes of frustration. I might have to pass on this tutorial to my mom, but she may already know this technique. I’ve heard mask makers are buying all the bias tape at the craft stores. This is an amazing technique to learn because, with coronavirus, lots of people are making masks.



  • fat quarter fabric
  • ruler
  • fabric rotary cutter
  • iron
  • fabric pins
  • sewing machine
  • marker or pencil
  • fabric scissors


In this sewing tutorial by SewCanShe on YouTube, you will learn how to make a continuous bias binding in just under 5 minutes. You start with a square and cut a 45-degree angle in half diagonally.

You will then watch the rest of the tutorial while she guides you with instructions on how and what to sew.

Once you’re finished, you have a continuous binding from leftover fabric that you may have to start on your new project!

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