Wednesday, 4 September 2013

The group worked very hard to achieve this in a short time.
There are 20 triangles on it at the moment and some members decided to do more at home.
Can't wait to see it.


BJ said...

Thought you might like to see one of my blog friend's bunting. She makes loads, I even won a string of union flags from her blog last year. BJ

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Hi there!

Thanks for popping over to my blog!
I love making bunting and these personalised ones are great fun because I enjoy using up all the ends of bits of ribbon etc :-)
The applique is quite rough and ready...I just cut out a flower or whatever using pinking shears and zigzag stitch it onto the pennant. I don't back with fusible interfacing or anything. I like the shabby chic rough edges and I reckon that bunting isn't going to have any major wear and tear so it doesn't need careful turning over of edges. But mainly cos I'm an impatient so and so and can't be bothered (what a confession!!)

Hope this has answered your question..feel free to drop by anytime and good luck with your craft club!

LLJ (Lunch Lady Jan) xx

Pearl Maple said...

fun creative projects you have going on in your blog space