Seems like From the Needle of Anne offers some picot edging designs for an embroidery machine.
You might look at the Bernina website and see if they have a tutorial for this. Years ago in a Bernina Club we did something like that but I do not remember exactly how.
I'll do that. Thank you
Have not done that with a sewing machine, but I did crochet the edge of a lot of handkerchiefs with very fine thread. It looked very elegant. I think you could do that also on a bias tape.
thank you. Maybe someone with a little more sense than I have could crochet an edge. I can crochet, but I guess turning to make another row is beyond me because my project will either shrink or grow, but never by the right size. I think it is a mental block
I've now made a few quilts with "faux" piping binding. By sewing together two different sizes of binding, when folded in half, the larger one peeks out, making it look like piping. Here is a pdf.
And more with a video from Fons and Porter https://www.quiltingcompany.com/q...
Really looks nice.
Thank you. it really does look super.
If you have a serger, it is possible to add a crochet lace to your bias tape that would mimic a picot stitch. If you search "Serger Crochet Lace", you will find several videos showing this technique.
Meanwhile, here is a link to Babylock projects with written instructions.
wow thank you. I never thought to use my serger!