Today i’ll be showing you my favourite neckline finish for knit fabrics. It’s my personal method for sewing knit neckline bindings, and i think it’s a much better method than the standard method. I like it because all the raw edges are enclosed, there is no trimming at the end and since it’s so sturdy it adds an extra level of stability to very lightweight and thin knits.
I include this method and the pattern pieces in my Briar and Mini Briar sewing patterns, but you can recreate this with any knit sewing pattern, you’ll just need to widen a standard neckline binding to be about 3″ (7.5cm) wide.
Ok lets get started!