These are the windows in our office / playroom/ game room. They looked a little bare so I decided to spruce them up.
So here’s what I came up with:
The bunting has some pops of turquoise in it which matches with other bits of turquoise in the room.
I chose to use fabrics I had in my stash and stayed in the blue and orange families. After ironing the fabric I was ready to cut out my triangles.
I am an impatient crafter so I wanted to make this banner as quick as possible. I initially used a piece of cardboard that I had cut into a long triangle. FAILURE – this did not work. I cannot eyeball a triangle. I kept snipping away at it, after every few triangles I cut, and finally decided I needed a new plan.
I marched upstairs to my computer, printed out this triangle on card stock, and cut it out. My new template worked great.
Her’s a sampling on my fabric pieces. This picture is actually from the first few triangles which are not shaped like I wanted.
Roughly every six inches I pinned triangles to a long pieces of think white trim.
I then sewed two simple straight (ok, curvy) lines across the top and bottom of the trim.
Simply hung it with push pins after.
I love this so much that I’m thinking of all the places I could place pennant buntings in my house…Caroline’s room, on the stairs, a Christmas bunting, a birthday bunting, ……gotta go cut some triangles.
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