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CLOVER Bias Tape Maker

4.6
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  • Make bias tapes in minutes
  • Easy to use
  • Use with fabrics of your own choice

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Customer Reviews

Great, honest 2" Bias Tape Maker! This is a review for the 2" Bias Tape Maker. Overall, I'm very happy with this bias tape maker! It's one of those rare tools that does just what it is advertized to do.I bought this 2" bias tape maker so I could make straps for reusable grocery bags. (Because goodness knows no one but Trader Joes knows how to make a long lasting reusable shopping bag!) This tape maker works perfectly for that.I have found that whether the fabric you are feeding into the tape maker is cut along the bias or not, this little guy performs well regardless! A good tip is to cut the beginning of the strip into an angle so it's easier to feed into the tape maker (this is true of any bias tape maker). 5This Product Works Beautifully! This 2 bias tape maker was absolutely wonderful. I m a very pedestrian quilt maker no masterpieces for me. However I made two simple baby quilts that I didn t want to have batting in so I used a strange fabric for the batting that s a little like fleece. Figured I would make them like a pillowcase and sew them all around and then turn them right side out and all would be well. But the backing was really tough to work with so I tied them and bias-tape bound them instead. It was easy to use and I m going to get some smaller sizes so I can use pre-cut strips to make tape and dress up some old shirts and stuff. I ll bet even ribbon would work. Can t wait to check all possibilities out! 5Great binding tool. Nice for large binding for blankets and quilts. I always make my own binding for my quilts. This provides me with the perfect tool for the job. 5This thing is the best to happen since sliced bread Anybody who sews should have the full set of all of the bias tape makes. The 2" tape maker has already saved me so much money and I have bias tape to match everything. This thing is the best to happen since sliced bread. 5pays for itself The 2 inch binding is what is used on all the nicer blankets. All you need to make your own is this, some material and a iron. You are guaranteed getting the exact color you are looking for. It is not impossible to make your own but this little gadget gives you a professional finish with straight razor sharp edges. It is not meant for the heavy fleece, or corduroy. It did handle the canvas I have been using on some diaper bags and totes. I have been using it to make some closure tabs and covers for cording on handles. While visiting, my granddaughters got into the pond and made quite a mess of themselves. While their mom was bathing them I grabbed a sheet from the linen closet and had 2 sundresses made before they got out of the tub. When their clothes came out of the dryer they said they would rather wear the dresses I made. I have the one inch also. It is useful for the purpose it is intended. The two inch seems to have so many more uses. I have been looking for this for many years. Thank you Amazon for always having what I need. 5LOVE IT! I just used the 1-inch Tape Maker to make 28 feet of bias for 4 bibs I making. What a breeze this was with the Tape Maker! This is not the first time I have used this Tape Maker. It is truly a product that you need if you are making baby clothes, blankets or quilts. The best part is that I can make bias in any color whenever I want. I don't have to start a project and then run out to the store to find (hopefully find) just the right color for my project. One reviewer wrote that the fabric doesn't feed into the maker very well. My experience has been (and I've used the maker quite a bit) is that you should cut your starting edge into a "V" point and feed that through the maker. A little piece will stick out and you can grab it or stick it with a straight pin. Your ready to quickly and perfectly whip out a tape of any size you desire. 5Excellent tool. Love Clover Bias tape makers! They make it so easy to make your own bias tape. Be aware--the size given on the package is an indication of the width of the tape after the two edges have been folded. If you fold it over again, to put it over an edge or something, it will be half that width. 5Excellent product but read my instructions if you r a first time user. Works like magic. You get an 1 Inch bias tape which is then folded in half for a 1/2 inch binder - all from a 2" strip of fabric. The trick is to feed it through with a V shape cut at the front of the strip before pushing it in. Then, you need a very slim and flat metal thing to grab the fabric through the narrow slit in the tape maker in order to push it out the end. I used a 1/2 inch metal seam guide used as an ironing guide in ironing 1/2" seams, and it worked perfectly. I think all these all bias tape makers need to come with something similar as using a sharp needle does not work that well as it pokes more than it grabs..Once you get your first perfect 1" tape, you'll be hooked. This is my first time using one and can't understand why I didn't use it sooner. I now add binding tape to almost everything, either as binding or as a 1" accent strip (with finished edges.I LOVE THIS CLOVER PRODUCT 5WOW! This is a great product for anyone who sews!!! I have been making numerous crafts lately, primarily purses with fabric handles. I had been doing all of the folding and pressing by hand, which is a slow and tedious process. When I discovered the 2-inch bias tape maker, I couldn't wait to get it! It has EXCEEDED my expectations!! I am thrilled with how easy it is to now make those fabric handles. The quality is outstanding. I highly recommend this product to anyone making purses, aprons, or anything that needs a multi-folded strip of fabric. The finished product, after a final fold to hide all raw edges, is very clean and gives your work a very professional appearance. 5I may get a larger one I clicked four stars because it is better than "OK" but I would not say I love it. I never had one before, and have been folding my bias strips manually, which was time consuming and a bit cumbersome. IT HELPED me to use an inch-wide strip of heavy paper to get the folds straight and even. The first time I used this I was pleased, but because I make A LOT of bias tape, I've had opportunity to run into a few glitches - some of which were corrected by reverting to my inch-wide strip of heavy paper - not exactly progress.Here are two of the issues that I have with this device that can be problematic.ONE is the seams. When you sew two-inch strips of fabric together end to end, to fold into half-inch bias tape, the first step is to fold in the edges, iron, then fold that strip in half. That's all there is to making bias tape. Before taking that first step, I like to iron open all of the seams in the strip, which makes the final tape less bulky around the seam areas. Since you insert the end of the strip into this device and pull it through, it does not like open seams; they tend to bunch up. It wants all the seams to be pressed away from the direction you are pulling the fabric. Hence, more bulk than necessary where two pieces of fabric meet. Maybe not a problem with long strips of the same color, but when the effect you are working for is a colorful patchwork with many short pieces, it can be an issue.Issue TWO is that this works best with a certain weight of smooth fabric. As I am using a variety of colors in my tape, not all the fabrics are the same weight. If it is too thick, it does not pull easily through the device. If it is too thin, the fabric can be too relaxed and may twist in on itself halfway through and come out in a gnarled mess. It may or may not be possible to correct the problem by backing up into a section that was already done (as long as you don't run into a seam, that is) and ironing out (with a little spray starch) the part that got messed up and trying it again very slowly. Sometimes you have to just get past the rough spot and straighten it out manually - using the old inch-wide strip of heavy paper comes in handy for that.A third issue is maybe not a problem, but you are constrained with this device to the specific measurements it was created for - so if you wanted your bias tape to be, say, five-eights instead of a half inch you'd still have to do that manually. They do make these in other sizes of course, but if you are designing something with nonstandard measurements, your creativity is restricted. 4
CLOVER Bias Tape Maker

CLOVER Bias Tape Maker

4.6
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Regular price
€34,00
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€34,00
Regular price
€56,00
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Save 39% (€22,00)