material: plastic + metal
size: as picture shown
tape makers size:
size 6mm (fit for fabric 12mm widths)
size 12mm (fit for fabric 24mm widths)
size 18mm (fit for fabric 36mm widths)
size 25mm (fit for fabric 46mm-50mm widths)
features and high quality.
a precision tool that folds fabric into perfect halves automatically.
a useful tool for quilt making starter.
, easy to use and very safe.
all items neatly set in their slots.
a set of sewing accessories, a good helper to your sewing work.
bias tape maker can be widely used in various leathercraft, tailor patchwork, DIY and more.
great for making bias especially great in sewing and quilting.
create your own bias tapes in minutes.
easy to use, quick, precise, economical and automatically.
make any fabric into an accent, border or trim.
one set for 4 sizes: 6mm, 12mm, 18mm, 25mm.
you can either pin the tape or use an iron to keep the form of the tape.
bias binder foot
sews double fold bias tape in just one step.
the adjustable guide holds double fold bias tape securely around fabric edge as you stitch.
works on straight or curved edges.
the binder foot is generic, will fit for many sewing machines that use a snap on foot.
the foot can also be used to attach bias tape.
with wooden handle, comfortable to use.
for punching hole, taking out stitches and marking.
great alternative to pins.
holds quilt binding while sewing.
easy to see on your work and easy to find when dropped on the floor.
usage of tape makers
1. cut the bias strips across the fabric at 45°.
2. wrong side up the tape maker, use awl to pull the fabric through.
3. pull tape maker and press in folds iron, ready for sewing on or gluing.
4x fabric bias tape makers (1pcs 1/4"(6mm) green, 1pcs 1/2"(12mm) yellow, 1pcs 3/4"(18mm) red, 1pcs 1''(25mm) blue)
4x wonder clips (used for wrapping elastic knitted fabric)
1x wooden awl
1x adjustable bias binder foot
50x ball point pens
please allow 1-3cm error due to manual measurement and make sure you do not mind before ordering.
please understand that colors may exist chromatic aberration as the different placement of pictures.