6.5.13

Giveaway Closed Giveaway Day - Bias Tape

Hi there!  I'm Alisa, wife to Gord, mom to 5 (4-12 years) and maker of many things.  I have a small etsy shop  - the Busy Quilt Mom where I sell the odd quilt, my bib pattern and my favourite, bias tape.  As a result I have piles of odds and end bias tape and I am going to give it to one of our readers.  Kind of an odd giveaway, but I trust that some of you are making things that could use or need some colourful bias tape. 


I'll be throwing in some extra bits of fun trim from my sewing room as well.  Kind of a surprise package for you!


To enter just leave a comment!  Tell me something you have made or would like to make that includes bias tape/binding.  If that's too hard, just tell me where you are from and what kind of weather you are having lately.  Thanks for stopping by!

Just thought to add that I have a video on YouTube on how to apply bias binding.  Here's the link!

251 comments:

  1. In my UFO stash is a vintage bib that's waiting to be cross-stitched on the printed pattern. It's already bound with white bias, but I plan to re-bind it with color.

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  2. Just made some potholders today with bias tape! Homemade is the best!
    satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

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  3. I like to edge dollie skirts with it but I've used it for potholders and most recently a baby bonnet for my newborn niece.

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  4. I have always loved making baby quilts but recently started getting into making burp cloths and want to try bibs...so would love this! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  5. what a pretty pile! It would make a fun rainbow quilt binding!

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  6. i used bias tape the other day for an ironing board cover! It turned out wonderful!
    dazzlingshorty(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. I like to use mine on blouses. Your pile of bias tape is pretty!

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  8. I've never worked with bias binding before but after watching the Great British Sewing Bee I think that I'd like to try embellishing some patch pockets with it.

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  9. I would love some to finish off my babies skirts or dresses. Or a diaper/wipes/changing pad clutch thing that I made up and make for gifts really needs this colorful binding.

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  10. My 11 year old daughter designs and embroiders cute bibs and then I back them and edge them with fun binding. I've run out of all my great flowered vintage binding, so these would be perfect!

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  11. So fun, they would make fun trim for baby or kids clothes

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  12. I think I will be making some baby bibs since I am going to have a new granddaughter in July who will need them

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  13. I've used bias tape with aprons, clothes for my girls, and doll clothes. These look darling...love the prints!

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  14. Last time I used bias was to bind the neck hole of a top.

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  15. I bind all of my kids skirts with Bias Tape, I also use it for making very easy tank tops! My gosh that is cute Bias =)

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  16. I have several bibs that I need to make for new babies in our family. Thank you.

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  17. Oh, I love bias tape,
    this looks like so much fun!

    Thank you,
    Tina

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  18. I love bias tape. I make potholders as gifts and home made bias tape is so much nicer than store bought. fran.daoust@yahoo.com

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  19. These'd be great for bibs!

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  20. I would use it on my kids' clothes. I love bias tape at the bottom of a skirt or dress, around pockets, etc to add a pop of color and interest. Thanks! kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  21. I used some me-made bias binding to cover up the very messy seams inside a denim jacket I made for my daughter. I love the way it looks, making it obvious that it is handmade, but so tidy.

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  22. I just finished three doll outfits for our neighbor who just turned eight. I bound the neck and armholes with bias tape. I can only imagine the fun I could have making doll clothes with these bright colorful bias tapes, almost better to embellish with than to bind. Bias tape is also great for binding the edges of an easy casserole cover I like to make. I just love the bright cheerful colors you have. Whoever wins this will have fun sewing with them.

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  23. bias tape always adds a pro touch to my little-girl clothing projects!

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  24. LOVE all the colors and patterns! I would use it for doll clothes and quilts.

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  25. What a sweet giveaway! I love to use bias tape to edge clothes..... :o)

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  26. I make flanel/cotton baby blankets with binding.

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  27. I love whipping up baby bibs with bias binding. Super cute and simple.

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  28. I use so much bias tape- and these are gorgeous colours and patterns. I use to bind arm holes on tops as I find so quick and neat. Thanks

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  29. I have been experimenting with using bias tape as sleeve or neckline binding. Technically not visible on the outside but really, you get these peeks of fabulous contrast!

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  30. I use bias tape for the straps on the pillowcase dresses I make for a church project. Weather in SW Michigan today is sunny and in the mid 70's. Finally!!!

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  31. I love bias binding to finish inside seam allowances in unlined garments, it adds a lovely touch of colour.

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  32. I have used bias to make bunting but I want to make a top not as the edging but as the main event a bit like this one http://www.sewchibi.com/2013/04/translucent-neon-wands-meets-sew-chibi.html
    Oh and by the way I live in Australia and the weather here is beautiful, a little rain but mostly sunshine!

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  33. Thank you for the chance to win !

    As for me, bias tape is the best way to finish a little girl dress, it can make a simple model become special.

    (and by the way, I'm from France and we're still waiting for the real spring, we somehow have a very sunny day, but it doesn't last, and like today clouds are spreading all over. I miss sunshine !).

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  34. I am from Hamburg, Germany and spring finally arrived here! I use colourful bias tape for tote bags. Thanks!

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  35. Trivets covers are good way to use small quantities of bias tape. Oh, and I'm from Lisbon, Portugal and today we have a cloudy day but hopefully the sun will come back for the weekend :)
    Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  36. I am from Barcelona and it's sunny (and it's a little hard for me to writte in english...)


    (my email is antifa2000 @ gmail.com)

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  37. Alisa, this is actually an awesome giveaway! I would love to win. I am getting ready to make some new bathmats for our master bathroom. For those, I will need some serious bias tape. And I am also planning on making some thin seat cushions for outside. Your bias tape would come in really handy!

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  38. How cute! I've made curling iron cozies using bias tape. I need to make myself one...but that hasn't happened yet. =) Thank you.

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  39. This would be great for a scrappy quilt binding or for small projects like placemats. I especially love bindings with dots! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  40. What great colours and patterns. I'd love to start using bias tape as pocket trims and to finish seams. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. I'd sew it into a large binding strip to bind my postage stamp quilt (quilttop in progress) with it, I think it fits nicely.

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  42. I love scrappy quilt bindings so winning some of yours would be wonderful!

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  43. Good Morning from North Carolina! I like to use bias tape as binding for mug rugs and to finish the seams of costumes.

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  44. I have a pattern for a cape with a tape edge that my son would love. Thanks.

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  45. I like using bias tape as a quick finish on a hem or around an armhole on dresses or skirts for my daughter. I love the quick pop of color. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  46. There are twins coming so those bits will be perfect for dresses and diaper covers.

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  47. Thank you for the chance to win. I would use your colorful bias tape to potholders or mug rugs...or maybe some doll clothes?

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  48. Love all the colorful bias tape I would use it on summer skirts!

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  49. Just found this lovely tote pattern that uses bias tape!!

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  50. Aprons!! I could always use some beautiful bias tape!

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  51. I always use bias tape or binding on my quilts and love to add it to children's clothes.

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  52. Pillow covers! But I always use bias tape on pouches!

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  53. I use it on skirts instead of hemming. I hate making it though and love all your colors!

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  54. I always use bias tape to finish off the dresses I make for my girls - such a nice clean look. :)

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  55. I've made Big Kid's bibs (FREE PATTERN and tutorial on my blog)
    MAmmaNene

    SergerPepper.blogspot.it

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  56. I love using it on kids' clothing (dresses, in particular look lovely edged in bias tape).


    tinaotherworld (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  57. I love this giveaway! I've been meaning to spice up my trim collection and these would be perfect. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  58. I love to edge potholders in binding tape.

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  59. I love bias tape! Adds such a sweet touch! I recently used it to upcycle a pair of cut off jeans into cut capris and also to finish an oven mit. Thanks for the chance! :)

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  60. I LOVE fancy bias tape on all of my clothes. It adds just the right amount of whimsy to any skirt or dress.

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  61. Oh that would be fun to win! Bibs, baby blankets, sleepsacks etc... :)

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  62. I love using up extra binding from my quilts onto clothes I make, makes such a pretty finish! Thanks for the chance :)

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  63. I make a lot of dresses for my daughter and I love to use bias tape as a contrast trim :)

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  64. I love binding sleeves and necklines with bias binding!

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  65. I made my own bias tape for the 1st time to bind a quilt I made.

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  66. I use a lot of bias tape when I make aprons. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  67. I've just made a Sorbetto top and made my own bias binding for the edging. The sun is shining here which is so wonderful after such a cold winter!
    thanks for a great giveaway

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  68. What a beautiful pile of bias tape! I like to make simple dresses for my kids and the Colette Sorbetto top for me.

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  69. I use bias tape whenever I need a nice edge OR if I need something extra to add in the design.

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  70. I like to add bias tape for fun details on necklines, hems and pockets!

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  71. Thanks for the chance! I'd love to start making my own clothing so bias tape would be great!

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  72. I just made a dress for my daughter that was outlined with bias tape. Very simple dress

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  73. I made some fun placemats with bias tape I made. LOVE your fabric choices! Great giveaway!

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  74. Oh boy! I would make potholders galore!! Love this and thank you for the giveaway!! Come on over and enter my giveaway, too! xo

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  75. Mug rug bindings. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  76. I would like to start making some cute clothes for my youngest girl! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  77. Girl clothes on the way. Thanks for this giveaway :)

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  78. oh, gosh, bias tape always comes in handy! those are some really pretty ones... i see some mini quilts in my future...

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  79. I haven't really used bias tape much before, but my mental gears are turning now and that pretty pile is so inviting! I'm in Alberta as you know, and the weather is FINALLY just glorious!!

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  80. I love to use bias tape as draw string handles for little bags. Your tape is beautiful!

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  81. That is one gorgeous pile of bias tape. Wow. Love it.
    The tape would add a nice finished touch to some girls dresses I've been wanting to make.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  82. I'm from Singapore and its been rainy!

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  83. Im making ar rainbow quilt so all these bias tape would be great for my binding!

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  84. I'd bind a baby quilt probably, thanks for the chance!

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  85. The only binding I have used has been on quilts. I am from Texas and we have been having unusually perfect weather!

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  86. that is so fun Alisa!! I make bibs too :) and that bias tape would come in really handy :) I also love to quilt and make just whatever grabs my fancy for the month :D
    Hope you are enjoying your fabulous weather - I know we are!

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  87. Pretty binding! I`m from West Virginia where it has been raining all afternoon.

    vhogsett@comcast.net

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  88. oh oh! i love binding. i was about to use some on a skirt i'm making for my daughter. pockets and hem!

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  89. I'll need lots of bias tape for the little toddler tops I'm making my daughter :)

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  90. I've wanted to make rounded corners on a quilt but haven't had bias tape on hand and haven't had the gumption to learn how to make it myself.

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  91. So cute!!! I love the designs! I'll have to check out your shop. I love making aprons and bibs that use bias tape.
    Thanks!
    colorvibrant[at]gmail[dot]com

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  92. I'd like to make pot holders and bibs with the bias tape, thanks!

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  93. How pretty! I last used bias binding to finish a set of Christmas Stockings.

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  94. I made a kindle cover with bias tape. It was a challenge, but the finished product turned out very nice

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  95. Oh my goodness that pile of bias tape is pretty!! I usually use it to bind quilts.

    Thank you for the entry into your drawing!

    NthnButMoonshine[at]gmail[dot]com

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  96. i'd love to use this for doll clothes, and doll quilts! so pretty!

    thanks for the chance to win.

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  97. I would use it for potholders/mug rugs. Thanks!

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  98. I'm from SC and it's been beautiful here. Thanks for the chance.

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  99. I love scrappy bias tape for quilts, helps use up all the bits!!!! thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. I would love to make some bunting or maybe use it to trim a bag. I love the scraps! Thank you.

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  101. I need to make bibs and bind some dresses...

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  102. I want to make myself some clothes - some of which will need cute bias binding!

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  103. I like to bind baby quilt with colorful binding.

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  104. Oh this would be great! I am wanting to do a bunch of pillowcase dresses!

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  105. I would love to win this. I love bias tape. I mostly sew for my children, so colorful bias tape would be awesome!

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  106. I'd love to make a scrappy quilt with this wonderful, colorful binding. Thanks for the giveaway! racergirl1313 AT hotmail DOT com

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  107. Armholes on some dresses I've made recently. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  108. I like to make receiving blankets as well as garments! I've got 5 kids too, but no etsy shop!

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  109. I usually finish off the hems of my daughter's skirts with bias tape. Thanks for the chance!

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  110. oooow bias tape - what a clever idea for a give away - I hope I win this one. thanks for the chance.

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  111. I have a Jammie's pattern for 6 month old size...that uses bias tape. We have a new lil' Grankiddo due in November...this would be wonderfully perfect to use!! Tghanks..love this Give-Away!! :)

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  112. Hi Alisa

    I would use all that yummy bias tape for rounded corners on bright quilts I like to create!!
    Gloria

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  113. Such a great idea for a giveaway! I love bias tape but I never make it for myself! I have a dress to make for my daughter that uses bias tape around the neck and arms.

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  114. I have bags, quilts, coasters, and memory game pieces that all need bias tape! great giveaway!

    caramwills(at)gmail(dot)com

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  115. WOW!!! Your bias is so lovely!!!
    I've used it for aprons, potholders, shorts...

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  116. I need it for quilts, for mug rugs, for table toppers!


    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  117. would love to win this.. we dont get prin ted bias tapes folded here easily so would love to use it for alll kinds of seing works.

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  118. THese would be great for potholders and i also make baby bibs, so colour bias would be brilliant!

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  119. Hi!
    I used bias tape on a bag that started fraying away. It fixed the problem + added great color! I'm from Jerusalem and it is hot and sunny here :-)
    hadas_a1@yahoo.com

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  120. be still me heart i love bias tape!!!!! (p.s. this is one of the best giveaways ever!!!!!!!) i use bias tape all the time making clothing for my little ones and love the chance to pop in some colour on cuffs and pockets.

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  121. Bandanas and bunting are two things I've used bias tape

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  122. I'd love to win this - I'm working on TWO baby quilts for some friends and I'm using random pieces of fabric that don't really match but work really good together. This binding would be a fantastic way to finish off these two quilts.

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  123. I am trying to make a quilt and to have some great bias tape that I did not try and make for eons would be wonderful! But I also make pot holders and use a lot of bias tape for that!

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  124. I make baby bibs and use bias tape a lot, so this would be great! Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

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  125. These are amazing!! I love bias tape but have never tried to make any myself, as it just seems so tedious lol! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  126. I just made an apron for each of my kids. I just learned how to use it!
    mcintoshsusan@hotmail dot com

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  127. Long sleeve bibs for my 1 year old!
    sntbosch(at)me(dot)com

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  128. I just made a tank for my toddler and finished all the edges with bias tape, and used the tape to make a tie closure. SO simple, and it looks great!

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  129. i have used it on skirts for my daughter. i would love to make a pair of shorts using bias tape.

    mamasimpson4(at)gmail(dot)com

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  130. I've made some cute potholders with it.

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  131. I've only made my own bias tape because I didn't like the ones that were sold in the stores. However, these are so beautiful! I've used bias tape for baby quilts and table runners!

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  132. I'm a big fan of hiding/finishing seams so love to use binding http://instagram.com/p/Yhe9zXEJfR/ Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  133. I'd like to make some fabric baskets and potholders, these would be great.

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  134. I almost made my SIL potholders for her wedding shower last weekend, but didn't for lack of bias tape!

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  135. I want to sew vintage inspired Mother/daughter aprons for myself and my daughter using a pattern by "Sew Liberated" called "The Lola Apron" that calls for 12 yard of bias tape. Maybe I could mix and match to come up with that amound. :) Thanks for the chance to win.

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  136. The other day I was about to make a travelling toothbrish/paste holder for my 2 day holiday but I needed bias tape binding and I was too lazy to make it so I didn't make my toothbrush thingy. I would LOVE to win this as it is a brilliant giveaway and such a time saver :)

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  137. learning to make toddler outfits

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  138. I'm making a romper pattern for my girlie that uses bias tape, so this would be perfect!!! Thank you! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  139. I love colorful bias tape! I use it alll the time on little bags, on girl clothes, you really can use it for anything! :)

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  140. I need binding for a baby quilt, but I haven't gotten around to making it yet

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  141. I just love cute bias!! I use it mostly on dresses and skirts for my little girl :)

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  142. This would be great for circular table toppers!

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  143. I love using it on the bottom of skirts for my daughter.

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  144. I made a tree skirt for my future mother in law that used bias binding.

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  145. I once made a wallhanging quilt with black bias. It looks like a churchwindow and I´m very proud of it! Maybe a modern quilt with bias going like spidernet would be an interesting quilt!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  146. I want to use bias tape for my summer picnic tote.

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  147. I am from Greece and we have been having nice weather, but it rained hard today and with thunder and lightning.

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  148. I use bias tape for binding quilts!

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  149. I use it for quilts and pot holders. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  150. WOW! I've never seen polka dot bias tape before. I'd use it to make polka dot piping and add to it to ANYTHING I could!

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  151. I am making a scrappy X and + quilt right now and all that binding would be perfect!

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  152. Potholders and miniquilts are great for smaller bias pieces. Also I've just recently made guest towels where I used bias tape :)

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  153. baby quilts, some crayon rolls, bags.. I love doing binding.

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  154. well the weather here is more interesting at the moment. I live in Arkansas and it frosted here monday near freezing temps and today it was 82! That is how we roll!!!

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  155. I use it when I make placemats and bags thanks for the chance

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  156. Oh my gosh, are you kidding me? I have been holding out for the next sale at Joann's to get some of this trim! I have gotten into making fabric wallets, book covers, totes and tissue covers..things like that, and they all require bias and trims! I have been making my own, but boy what a hassel! I'd love these ALOT!!!! Thanks for the chance!!!

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  157. I want to follow you via email...do you have that option?

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  158. I made a vintage night gown for my daughter that used bias tape. I love bias tape too!

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  159. I made 2 of my co-workers aprons that used bias binding. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  160. I use it on fun skirts for my daughter

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  161. I sue it on mini quilts, mug rugs and binding for dresses

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  162. Oh my gosh, I have a store on Etsy where I sell toy hammocks. I basically bind the entire triangle in bias tape (which I usually curse and swear at while I'm burning my poor fingers near the iron trying to make the stuff). It would be fantastic to win a pile of it for sure! :D

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  163. I have at least 4 quilts that will need binding! And I'm sure there will be more...

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    karenssewhub @ gmail dot com

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  164. I use lots of binding bias tape on my quilts & mug rugs & pot holders.

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  165. hmmm, this could be really handing at work for my quilt club projects! the kids hate making their own binding! :P

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  166. I love all the beautiful colors of the bias tape. Thank you so much for the giveaway. I use the tape for bibs, burp cloths, baby towels and washclothes, potholders, and mug rugs(just to name a few)

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  167. I just pinned a bias tape purse pattern I want to try! This would be perfect!
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  168. I love bias tape, I use it on my handmade cards and in my mixed media projects! Thanks for the chance to win,

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  169. I'm from Northeast Ohio and the weather has been 70's and sunny, just about perfect!

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  170. What a wonderful giveaway! I think this bias tape would make for a great scrappy bias binding on a quilt. Thank you! anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

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  171. I feel like i need to use bias tape for almost everything! there is a bias tape purse Made by Rae that is great-- I have made it many times at varying sizes.

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  172. I recently tried a new dress pattern with lovely soft stretch denim and it had bias tape around the neckline and shoulder seams. Was the only pop of colour on the dress and looked lovely (on Miss 4!).

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  173. I would love to make a quilt with a scalloped edge but my bias binding attempts have all been less than successful. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  174. Woah. Love all this great bias. I'd use it to trim clothing I make for my daughter. So great!

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  175. This is great for doll dresses!

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  176. I'm in the process of making something that uses bias tape - kitchen trivets that are rounded - and I'd never used or made bias tape before - kind of scary, but I'm really please with how it's looking!

    That's a gorgeous looking pile, by the way! Colourful and fun.

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  177. I would like to make bags using bias tape ( I m still learning on it ). thanks.

    waipueyyee@gmail.com

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  178. I LOVE this beautifully coloured bias binding. I will use it to bind neck and armholes of tops and dresses. I have not tried to make my own bias tape yet, so most of the stuff I have is plain coloured and often part polyester and looks quite terrible on a cotton or linen dress. These look like they would be a lot of fun!!

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  179. I have made some cute clothes for my girls with bias tape! Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway!

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  180. I have never use bias tape before, but would love to try it out!

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  181. Cute selection of bias tape. I would love to make some dresses and skirts for my daughter with bias trim binding

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  182. Lately I've been making things for my new granddaughters, hats, dresses and cart covers. Bias tape is very handy to have for those.
    atouchofheaven2010 at gmail dot com

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  183. I love bias tape! I use it on small bags, the hems of my granddaughters' skirts, sleeve bindings on costumes, and in stitchy mixed media projects. love the orange polka dots.

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  184. I love bias tape, I only wish it came in more colors! I mean, is there anything it *doesn't* work on?! I love using it on the edges of frayable fabric, rather than doing french seams. It makes even the inside of clothes look professional, and often provides a pop of color! (It's tough though if your'e trying to match it color-wise to a pattern)

    Thanks for the fun offer!
    elizabeth.waligora at gmail.com

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  185. I do mostly quilts, but my daughter has been sewing clothes. Thanks for chance to win.

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  186. I'll answer both, LOL. I live in south Alabama and it has been awful here. It really isn't awful, LOL but the highs have been in the low 60s 20 or more degrees lower than it usually is this time of year. It is playing havoc on my garden.

    I would make an adorable circle skirt for my niece. My favorite way to finish the bottom edge is with bias tape.

    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  187. great giveaway! i made some potholders recently w/bias tape-i would have loved some funky ones like you're offering!thanks.

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  188. I'm new to sewing and have a few projects that would use bias tape on the docket for this summer... Pot holders, baby bibs and a hat!

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  189. I like to use bias tape on reversible baby blankets...the added texture is fun for the small child.

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  190. I would love to make some baby bibs as we have 2 babies in our family coming soon. I also wanted to make an Easter egg placemat (didn't get to it by Easter) and it uses bias binding for the binding.

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  191. Last thing I used bias tape for was a baby bib. I'd use it more if I didn't hate making it so much.

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  192. I have used bias tape on aprons and made my own bias on necklines and armhole openings. Fun bias tape would be nice.

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  193. I most recently used bias tape as fancy trim for a bag (and to hide the exposed seams... I'm not very good at bags it turns out)

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  194. I've used bias tape to make pot holders.

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  195. I like to make bibs and the colorful bias tape adds a nice touch

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  196. i'd love too make a new table runner.
    they look great!
    :)
    thank you for the giveaway!

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  197. I've got potholders to make and also some flag bunting. This is a neat giveaway. Thanks!

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  198. ohhh, bias tapeee!!!!! last week i made a top and used it to finish the sleeves and the hem.
    i'm from Spain, and today it has been nearly 30º and summer has not come yet ;)
    my email elocose at gmail.com

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