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I just finished my first St. Tropez top; it is so cute!! Thank you so much for sharing what looked to be such an easy pattern. It was my 1st time making bias binding, so that extended the project by about 8 hours, but it was great learning how to do that.
I had to go back to Joanne’s for the 50% off everything today to make this shirt again. I made it in rayon last time, but this time I have a poly on the outside and satin on the inside; all white.
My question is: since I have made the shirt’s right sides be non-satin, but cut the “inside” satin as bias for the arms and the neck, can you help me think of an elegant way to hem reversally, as in, let that satin on the inside be the outside hem?
Jean from Oregon
Hi Jean – sounds like an epic journey! Here is a Youtube video for using bias binding as a trim (rather than hidden). I hope this is what you are looking for. x https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZH4OGG8E3aA
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