Hi all! Occasionally, I come across a stand out tutorial while doing research for a project. I recently had a patten test that called for a bias tape/banded neckline. I have never been great at these, so I was a little nervous about it. Luckily for me, the pattern had an excellent explanation, but in my search, I came across this article by Grainline Studio.
I have never seen the entire process so well explained, along with a part of the tutorial that focuses on understitching. Understitching is something I don’t use very often, as I’m a big fan of topstitching, but I find in projects like these, it is perfection.
You can find the entire article here: https://www.grainlinestudio.com/2012/02/15/sewing-tutorial-getting-flat-bias-necklines/. Shoutout to Grainline for perfectly executing yet another amazing step by step tutorial. (see other examples of perfect tutorials about french seams here and plaid matching here. )