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    Posted: 18 June 2010 at 10:00am
I am planning a cushion project with a fabric where I will not be able to get pre-made piping to match.  Is it difficult to make?  Is there any instructional websites out there that may help?
 
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Not difficult, just time consuming. Cut 1.25" width strips and use the 5/32" foam cushion cord piping. With most materials the material can be cut on the warp without trouble. But if you are worried about curves and corners you can cut it on the bias if preferred.
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