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{Craft} 10 things I learned when making my first bunting !

Today I finished my first homemade fabric bunting and I've learned a few things along the way. So here are a few tips and observations that might be helpful to you: 1- Iron you fabric first. It will be easier to cut. 2- Use a template to cut the triangles. It is a lot quicker than measuring. 3- Once you have sewn the flags on the reverse of the fabric, turn the flags over and use a chopstick to push the fabric of the tip. 4- When doing so, be careful not to push to hard or you will rip the fabric (and yes it did happen to me !) 5- Iron you Bias tape to make a crisp fold. It will be so much easier to work with a tape already folded. 6- There is no need to sew the top of the flag, it will be sewn together with the bias tape. 7- Leave some tape free at both ends for tying your bunting. 8- Spacing the flags evenly looks a lot better. 9- To space the flags, make a little "spacer" by cutting a piece of paper or cardboard with the same width as the gap you want. It is a quick and easy way to get an even look without having to measure constantly. 10- Snip these little corners so the top of the flag is a straight line And my best advice to you: If you have friends or family around, ask for advice. It is so much easier when somebody shows you. Thank you Karri for helping me out ! Oh and by the way, when you're done, it is very likely that you (or the floor around you) will be covered in thread and fabric scraps ! Linky Parties

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Fabric Bunting with One-Piece Triangles — Crafty Staci

Remember last year when I lost my mind and agreed to do my first craft show with only 12 days to prepare? You can read all about it here . Well, I think it was a little like having a baby. The moment it was over I thought “Whew, that was hard. I don’t think

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How to make bunting – get creative with leftover fabric

Learn how to make bunting. Bunting is a fun and playful way to brighten up your garden or child's room. Follow our simple step-by-step guide

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Christmas Tree Bunting Garland Tutorial

December is here, which means it is time to think about putting the Christmas tree up and decorating the house. Several years ago I wanted to make some

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Lazuli Bunting And Indian Paintbrush Circle Embroidered Iron on patch [5" X 5"]

Lazuli Bunting And Indian Paintbrush Circle embroidery patch. Absolutely superior quality patches which can be ironed or sewed on any garment. This patch is made of the finest embroidery thread and cotton base. Finest quality money can buy. Steps to iron it on the garment are listed below: 1. Set Iron to Cotton 400 degrees, for one minute. 2. Thoroughly iron area of garment where patch will be placed. 3. Spray water lightly on the back. Position your patch where you desire, Place it on garment, embroidery facing up. 4. Place cloth or light towel over patch and using a slow circular motion, press firmly for 30 seconds. 5. Turn garment inside out, and iron the back of the the patch for 30 seconds. 6. Let cool for one minute. If edge of patch can be lifted, repeat step 5.

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Linen and Lace Bunting

Cream linen and lace create the perfect decorative bunting for that special celebration or event! Perfect for weddings, room decoration, christenings, children's rooms, garden parties, tea parties, bride and groom tables, and anything that needs to make a classically gorgeous statement! A key decorative feature for any

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Home Style: Bunting Love

I always thought that bunting was twee and cute, and whilst my girls like it, it's not something I wanted to use in my home. But, styles and trends have moved forward quite a lot

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How to Make Bunting -or Pennant Flags - Tutorials - Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog

Easy tutorial - How to make your own Bunting - or Pennant Flags - tutorial. Multiple quick and easy methods to choose from.

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Christmas Bunting Tutorial

In case you missed my post yesterday over at the Quilt Story blog for their Holiday Tutorial Series, I'm reposting my tutorial for this ...

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Advent Bunting Tutorial

Aaah! I know what you're saying! "Is that really a Christmassy thing already?" Well, yes, it is! Today I'm guest blogger over at Simply Solids. The lovely Justine wanted me to use some Christmas fabrics, and I thought: "What needs to be made well in advance for Christmas?" Well, an advent calendar of course.....you need that right from the start of December, and that's only about 9 weeks away! This is bunting that has pockets in it so you can add little treats, one for each day. The pockets are fastened with a ribbon loop and little button, so there'll be no peeking before the day. You can choose to make just one length, or split it in two as I have done. It makes it a lot easier to hang on a chimney breast, door or a child's wall. To make the bunting you will need: 7 fat quarters of Christmas fabric Bias binding tape Narrow ribbon for the button loops 25 small buttons A small piece of solid white for the numbers Bondaweb or other fusible to secure the numbers in place. The full instructions along with templates for the pennants and numbers and plenty of stage by stage photos can be downloaded here

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