It is very simple - the fabric is cut into strips 'on the bias', is then threaded through and ironed flat. It takes very little time to make, although it is a bit fiddly. Lots and lots of co-ordinating bias binding ready to be used for my next project.
Having started to make my own bias binding I wanted to be able to make other widths. While I was looking I saw this - a Simplicity electric tape maker.
A nice compact unit that will be easy to store.
Very simple to set up and use.
Just cut the fabric into the right size stripes. Join together. Thread into the machine. And press a button.
A little help needed to go over seams but so simple.
No need to iron the fabric, wind the cut fabric onto the roller, press the start button and away it goes. A nice pile of bias binding ready to use.