Most bias bindings are made by cutting a woven fabric on a 45 degree angle, allowing a stretch to happen in the fabric. Our Stretch Cotton Bias Binding is made by knitting a strip in the same way as a jersey fabric is knitted. This allows for a higher amount of stretch, making it ideal to work alongside stretch fabrics in your projects.
This bias binding is a great way of finishing off stretchy cotton jersey t-shirts at necklines and hems, or for binding a gorgeous double-knit jersey dress. This is a wonderful addition to our bias binding range and allows you to expand your projects into the stretch fabric world without worrying about how to finish your hems and prevent fraying seams.
Our stunning colour range allows you to easily colour-match to your favourite fabric.
© Calico Laine Limited 8th March 2021
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