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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Double row of piping, how do I do it? on: May 29, 2008 07:32:11 PM
I'm planning on making a sleeveless dress with a scoop neck. I want to put two rows of piping around the armholes and neck, one red and one black. What would be the best way to do this? I have the correct colors of commercial piping in my stash, so I don't need to make it.

The pattern calls for the armholes and neckline to be finished with a bias strip, folded in half, stitched on right sides together, turned to the inside and topstitched. I'm wondering how that might affect the application of the piping.

I'm looking forward to seeing the replies. If you've done this, I'd love to know!

Thanks!
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