An Evergreen Bias

It is getting toward that time of year! The holidays are coming!

I designed this fun little wall hanging to accomplish several things. I wanted a modern, season-themed wall hanging that was “winter” as well as “Christmas” and I wanted to use bias in a different way.

I love applique with bias, but wanted to do something new with it. This little tree uses a graduated bias technique that I developed to make the tree go from smaller at the top to wider at the bottom. It can be done by hand or machine, but the pattern is written for machine applique. The pattern is called “An Evergreen Bias”.

These are so much fun to make, I have done several. Unfortunately, this is the only one I have a picture of. I hope you have fun making things to celebrate the seasons in your home.

  • Anne at Film and Thread
    Posted at 12:08h, 21 November Reply

    I saw this on Flickr and really love it. Does the bias tape change width? I would love to know how you make your bias tape if it changes width!

  • Frogdancer
    Posted at 20:03h, 17 November Reply

    That looks fun.

    (The Shadow Boxes pattern arrived a few days ago. Just finishing up another quilt and then I'll be right on it!)

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