Sew: primary burlap bunting
A simple sewing project that can be tailored to fit any color scheme.
Using burlap scraps and primary colored gingham cut on the bias this bunting comes together very quickly.
A special request from a repeat customer who wanted to coordinate the bunting with her son’s other birthday decorations.
She also asked for larger triangles, each measuring 12″tall x 10″wide at top, with 14 triangles total.
How to make gingham trimmed burlap bunting:
14 burlap triangles – 12″long x 10″w
28 bias cut gingham strips – 1″ w x 15″l
white cotton bias strip – 1″w x 5 yds.
2. Press each bias strip in half creating a channel for the edge of the burlap to rest:
3. Place burlap in channel and straight stitch shut:
4. Trim ends flush with burlap then repeat for other side and trim.
5. Add top white hanging strip in same manner, leave about 2″ between triangles:
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