With patchwork and quilting there are always new designs and methods to try and for quite a long time I've been interested in the idea of creating a series of wall hangings using bias binding. The beauty of bias binding is that the fabric is maleable, up to a point, and so its possible to create curves. Here is my first bias creation which I have called 'Playing With Bias'. The bias is in differences sizes.
I used three colours for the bias and appliqued them onto some soft creamy calico. I quilted the piece following the contours of the bias binding. I added a 'magic' binding (one that can't be seen on the front).
I've added corners on the back so that the piece can be hung. All you need to do is insert a piece of batten (not included).
The fabric is 100% cotton with a layer of cotton batting between the front and back.
The approximate size of the wall hanging is W17" x L21" or W43 cms x L53.5 cms.
The wall hanging was photographed on a dark grey wall.