A bunting mission

Being an avid crafter with my roots firmly planted in sewing soil I have to add my craft to our wedding and this is where I have the potential to increase my already horder worthy fabric collection!

Fabric madness!

However that does not fit into our sustainable wedding plans so no buying brand new fabric!

Bunting has been around since the 1600’s and was predominantly used to decorate ships with the sailor whose job it was to raise the flag being called the bunt hence bunting!

In England we traditionally have bunting at any celebration we possibly can, village fetes to royal weddings we love any opportunity to get our bunting out!

Lots of triangles

So how can I make this beautiful and traditional decoration green?

By using second hand fabric and scraps only. So far I have cut up a dress I got for £1 A pair of pyjama bottoms and some old curtains alongside all those little pieces that are not quite big enough for anything else.

Sewing marathon

This set of curtains so far has produced 20 triangles and as this our outdoor decorations we need metres and metres! So having set myself this mammoth task alongside making individual napkins I have to get going as only 4 months to go.

So many triangles…..

With that in mind I have run off a heap of triangles tonight after work they are all sewn and turned through so now to iron them all.


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