Use up those fabric scraps you’ve got laying around with this tutorial for how to make bunting easily. Make one for any holiday or style.
Hey y’all, it’s Cat from Mary Martha Mama. This year I’m working on using up some of the scraps I have in my craft room and honestly I love projects that utilize scraps! I’m going to show you how to make bunting using some of my favorite fabrics from my scrap pile.
Seriously, I love these colors and I’m excited to clear out some of my fabric stash.
How to Make Bunting
So there’s clearly more than one way to make bunting but I’m going to show you the quick and easy way.
What you need:
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Craft Tools Needed:
- Fabric scraps
- Coordinating thread
1. Cut the fabric scraps into squares.
Cut the fabric scraps into
Clearly there are many types of buntings and a lot of them have the pointy triangles but I opted to make one with a different shape. Once you know how to make bunting you can change out the shape to whatever you like.
2. Cut notches into the squares.
Fold the square in half.
Use a quilting ruler or regular ruler to cut along the diagonal line like in the picture below. You are going to line it up going from the top of the folded side to 1 inch down the other side. Do this for each square.
3. Attach the pieces to the ribbon.
Line up your pieces that you cut and arrange them how you like. Clip or pin them to your ribbon. Then sew 1/4 inch from the top edge of the ribbon and 1/4 from the bottom of the ribbon all the way across your banner.
And you’re done! Go hang your cute banner somewhere like on a mantel or the wall in a child’s room. And now that you know how to make bunting you can make one in any shape or size.
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