Put simply, in almost EVERY case for the common sewer this is your bias:
|Bias is technically a 45 degree angle from the grain line. So this picture is not 100% accurate but it gets the idea across and THAT is what is important. ;)|
How does the Bias affect you?
When does it matter most?
- When you want extra stretch/give like in a sleeve
- When you want an item (example skirts) to have more flounce, better drape, etc.
A skirt NOT cut on the bias:
A skirt cut on the bias:
How to cut on the bias:
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