{How to} Sew bias on 120 angles like hexagons.

{How to} Sew bias on 120 angles like hexagons.


Unfold the bias with your fingers and you will see the folding lines. 

With it open, position right sides together, aligning to the margins. Don’t start from a corner, leave 5/8’ tail to close the bias. 

Pin right sides together, when arriving near the hexagon point, about 1/4’,  fold the biding over so it points to next section of the quilt. 

Align the edge of the quilt top. Sew following the crease all around. Close the bias end by sewing the ends together.

Trim the excess to avoid bulk. Lift your bias tape, fold it around the other edge and pin again the same way. Sew it in place.

 It’s finished!
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