Fold Over Elastic

$0.99
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SKU:
NEFO

Fold Over Elastic is a flat soft nylon elastic that is seamed down the middle to make folding it over your raw edges easy. It is perfect for headbands as well as binding and finishing raw edges. It can be used for trimming necklines, armholes, sleeves, collars, and cuffs on woven or knit garments, diapers, diaper covers, and in place of bias tape.

This 5/8" wide elastic when folded and applied, becomes a 1/4" wide trim.

Solid colors - $.99 per yard
Prints - $1.89 per yard

Metallics - $1.89 per yard • 83% Nylon, 10% Polyurethane, 7% Metallic


FREE color chart and instructional handout "Working with Fold Over Elastic" with every order!

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  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 26th 2017

    Love this product. Got it to finish the neckline of a stretchy lace neckline, and it is the perfect finish for this overlay. easy to apply and it molds nicely to the round shape.

  • 5
    T-neck finish

    Posted by Breta Skinner on Oct 22nd 2016

    I make a lot of T's for myself, and like to finsh the neckline with Fold Over Elastic. I tend to collect the colors, and you have a GREAT selection. I use a Bernina foot #8 to help see and guide application.

  • 5
    Wonderful stuff!!

    Posted by Marie Atkinson on Aug 2nd 2016

    Great for baby clothes. So much softer and easier to use than most of what you can buy in the stores.

  • 5
    Fold over elastic

    Posted by Janet Williams on Aug 1st 2016

    Exactly what I ordered and the information flyer was helpful

  • 5
    easy to use

    Posted by Jersey Sewist on Apr 6th 2016

    Easy peasy armhole finishes!

  • 5
    Fold over elastic

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 13th 2015

    I am always finding new ways to use FOE. I am an image consultant who specialises in fabric and patterns. I have just made a You Tube tutorial on FOE. Check it out under Anne Whalley. Alot of people are asking where I purchase my FOE. Would you be interested in advertising your company on my blog or future tutorials. I love your color selection. Regards Anne Whalley