At first glance, you may think Bended Bias is just the plain old traditional bias tape we use to outline our piecing, but in reality, Bended Bias is so much grander and more stylish. It softly edges and enhances your appliqué or traditional pieced blocks.
Unlike stained-glass quilts, which have bias tape around every piece, Bended Bias is an embellishment that you can add wherever you like.
Bended Bias is quick and easy to make, and it is worth the extra stitches taken to make your quilts spectacular.
About the Author
Linda M. Poole lives in a beautiful region on the outskirts of the Pocono Mountains, in Milford, Pennsylvania, overlooking the Delaware River. She has taught throughout the United States and internationally, across Europe, Asia, and French Polynesia. Her never-ending curiosity enables her to travel, seeking new inspirations for her classes and her quilts.
She is a first-generation American with an ancestry of European artists, weavers, embroiderers, writers, poets, stained-glass artisans, sculptors, and silversmiths. Everyday, Linda is grateful for her wealth of inherited talents and believes that language is never a barrier in the translation of quilts and art.
Visit Linda's website at lindampoole.com.