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Bias Trim - Perky Pindots - Beige

Bias Trim - Perky Pindots - Beige
US$ 2.75 / yard
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1/2" Wide - White, Beige

Easily adaptable to curves due to its bias cut, this trim can cover, embellish, finish, or even reinforce many of your sewing projects. Use as a finishing edge to complete projects, spaghetti straps in fashionable tops, decorative trim for home decor items, button loops on handbags, and so much more! Also use as a wonderful time-saver while you're quilting - it will help bind your quilts in no time. With its adorably retro polkadot pattern, this bias trim will complement many projects with retro charm. 1/2" Bias Binding Trim, double folded with edges turned under, 100% cotton, from Michael Miller Fabrics. Sold by the yard.

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