French binding is a versatile bias binding technique that is used to enclose the raw edges of light weight and sheer fabrics. The finish is quite beautiful around necklines and armholes when neatly and meticulously done in either matching or contrast colours or fabrics. The recently released Chelsea blouse neckline is finished using this technique so I wanted to pass along some tips and techniques for achieving a really beautiful ready to wear finish using this pattern.
Simplicity block using a couching stitch over a hand died string by Nat from Not Just That
Fabric made by raw edge applique stitching squares of muslin and hand tied dots of felt afterwards washed together in Rit dye, by Nancy Murakami Marcy Tilton's Blog For Everyday Creatives
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Shawl pin scarf pin copper brooch simple copper by Keepandcherish