The Unbelievably FAST Way to Cut MILES of Bias Tape!

Cut Miles (okay, lots!) of bias tape SO FAST! Such a great tip, wish I'd known it sooner!

If you’ve ever needed to make a lot of bias tape, you know how tricky and time-consuming it can be. This trick is MIND BLOWING. It’s the shortest of short cuts with incredible results. You can start with any size rectangle and in just a few minutes have the longest possible bias strips from that rectangle. Frustration-free. You’ll love this so much you’ll want to pin it for later to be sure you don’t lose the clip!

Ready to tackle it? You may already have all the bias tape making tools you need, but if you need supplies and don’t know where to start, here’s what we recommend. These are affiliate links.

A mind blowingly easy way to cut tons of bias tape in seconds - literally seconds. I can't believe how easy this is.


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  1. Great post! I did want to check on how the rectangle was laid out. Are the selvage ends on the left and right sides? This is my first time making binding for a large quilt and don’t want to mess it up.

  2. Great Clip, I can never remember how to fold the rectangle. Thank you, I wrote it down this time

  3. A very useful article for those of us who want to use bias tape that matches the garment we’re making. Just as additional info: an 8″ square = 29″ of 2″ width tape; a 14″ square = 94″; a 20″ = 191″ of tape. As a comparision, store-bought bias tape = 3 yds or 108″ so a 14 inch square makes almost the equivalent. Happy sewing.

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