I wanted to make something fun and quick so decided on a colourful bunting. I just cut triangles, sewed two sides together, turned and attached them to bias tape.
Not sure where it will hang yet.
This is the 3rd project I’ve made with this soda fabric.
Such cheerful fabrics…I can see why you like sewing it. The bunting would look nice anywhere!
Those fabrics ! Wherever you hang it, it will brighten things up.
How bright and festive! It’s perfect for a birthday party or just to bring some sunshine to a room!
So cute, those pixie stix!
So cheery and fun for summertime!
You know I love me some bunting! Such fun fabrics, I love it!
Ooh! Nice and bright to add some color to a wall or window!
Perfect project for those fun prints and a lovely summer decoration!
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Was it somewhere on Lettuce Craft that I saw the “one seam bunting?”
I think you start with squares. Let’s think a sec…fold diagonally and sew one of the sides. Trim off the point at the top? Turn. Does that make sense?
A quick google: you don’t even trim the top, just tuck it in.
That is a quick method if you use layer cakes but it seems a waste of material tucking the extra inside. If you’re going to cut your own fabric, I’d say do triangles, one more seam to sew but no waste.
It looks great where you hung it