Fabric Bunting

Who doesn’t love fabric bunting?  The possibilities are endless!  Whether you are decorating for a holiday, party, or nursery, this can add to the ambiance.  I’ve created a tutorial with my handy dandy Cameo!  (You don’t have to have a Cameo to complete this project.  I am just a little addicted to mine and use it for virtually EVERYTHING!)  I’m going to show you an easy peasy way to create your own Fabric Bunting!

 Fabric Bunting at createcraftlove.com #sewing #bunting

Wanna create your own Fabric Bunting?

Here’s what you need:

Cutting mat
Acrylic ruler
Rotary cutter or Exacto knife
Sewing machine
Cameo/cardstock (optional)

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1.  To begin, I used my Cameo to create a template.  (Obviously you don’t need your Cameo for this.  I just wanted it to be precise!)
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2.  Choose your favorite fabric to use.  {I chose black, white and yellow because I’m kinda crushing on that combo at the moment.}  I used the triangle template and cut out all the fabric.  How much you need depends on what size space you want to fill.  I cut out 12 triangles of each fabric and had PLENTY left over.
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3.  Plan how you want to arrange the triangles.  (I didn’t want the black and white patterns next to each other.  So I placed the yellow every other and alternated the black and white patterns.)
4.  To bind together, I used 1.5 inch wide white ribbon.   Make sure you leave enough for a “tail”.   I placed the fabric on and folded the ribbon over and pinned.
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5.  Next I used my sewing machine to stitch it together.
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6.  After it was all stitched together, I ironed it so it looked nice and pretty!

Fabric Bunting at createcraftlove.com #sewing #bunting

Stay tuned to see how I use it!  =)
Have you made fabric bunting to use as decor?
About Jill @ Create.Craft.Love.

Jill Fritz is a full time outside the home working mommy turned craft blogger. She offers craft/DIY tutorials for Pinterest addicts, craft junkies, DIY fanatics and busy mamas. Jill started Create.Craft.Love. as place to showcase her craftiness and to encourage others to do the same. Create.Craft.Love is a place where passion and creativity collide!


  1. So glad I found you on a blog hop! Please follow back ;) http://mybeautyboxes.blogspot.com/

  2. I have seriously never seen such a cute fabric bunting banner! I love how it looks with your “live well….” plaque!!

    New follower from the blog hop! Following via twitter, facebook, and GFC. Can’t wait to hear more from you!!

    Also, I LOVE your blog design!
    Brie @ BreezyPinkDaisies

    • Actually, your facebook and twitter follow links don’t work – they go to the leelou blog page.

      Still following by GFC though!

    • Hi Brie! Thanks so much for following me! I am now following you as well! Just so you know, I fixed me links – they should all work appropriately now!

  3. Jill, you blog is adorable and I appreciate you linking up your darling banner! Love the colors:) Have a great weekend!!

    Karen@Pocket Full of Pink

  4. ahh! I love this one too! Love your blog!

    xoxo, Mallory

  5. I love buntings!! I just made a few for my son’s birthday party! I love the colors you chose! Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

  6. Oooh, this is so fun; great colors and fabrics! Thanks for sharing at Shine on Fridays! Hope you’ll be back tomorrow!

  7. thanks for sharing.

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