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Bunting is a great decor idea. Simple and quick to make, even a beginner sewist can make the double sided sort. But I wanted to make an even simpler bunting. Most bunting takes more fabric than you think. You need to cut two triangles, and do a lot of sewing, albeit simple sewing. So I decided to show you how to make the easiest bunting ever! This bunting takes less than a hour to make a 2 metre stretch. And takes mere fabric scraps to make.
How To Make Easy Bunting
If you are anything like me, you always end up with a whole load of fabric scraps after your sewing projects. And you want to use all these scraps up in the best way possible.
Do check this post out for a a massive selection of different ways to use your fabric scraps. But this very easy bunting is a brilliant decorative way of easily using up a whole load of scraps at once.
Want to make some of your own? Read on!
You Will Need
- Fabric Scraps
- Cotton twill tape – mine measured just over 1.5 metres
- Pinking Shears
- The easy Bunting Triangle template – use whichever template fits on your scraps the best
- A sewing machine and coordinating thread.
Using whichever template works best, cut out triangles from your fabric scraps using the pinking shears. I used 22 pieces of fabric of the smaller size.
Sew the top of the triangles to the twill tape, starting a new triangle as soon as the last one ends. I did this methodically to give a pretty coordinated effect.
Hang up your bunting and admire your new decor.
It really is that easy. And because it is so quick , you can just whip up a new set for every occasion, or in coordinating colours to the rest of your decorations.
So, do you think that you will be making this ultra easy decoration? I would love to see your makes. Comment below, or find me on my social media channels.
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