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Posted on: 9/5/12 8:00 PM
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I have a bias maker that also attaches fusible web to the back. Sometimes, when making 3/8" wide bias, my edges escaped. I thought it might work to cut a small strip of stitch witchery and pressed it on the left side to keep it from being jumbled as it goes through the tape maker. It worked like a charm!

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Passion4Sewing said... (9/8/12 8:13 AM) Reply
Actually, I used the wrong word. I have changed it. It is stitch witchery and is a fusible web. This particular one comes on 1/2" rolls.
joann said... (9/7/12 8:08 PM) Reply
I have a question - - - what is stitch wizard? I can see in the second picture it is clear, but am not familiar with it.
Patti B said... (9/6/12 9:46 AM) Reply
Merry G said... (9/6/12 5:27 AM) Reply
Awesome idea tks sew much
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