Oh how I love cheap and easy!
Cheap and easy projects of course!
Case in point, this adorable rag bunting was made entirely of scrap pieces of fabric I already had in my sewing drawer. And let me assure you I do not have a large stash. These were literally scraps out of the one drawer I have for fabric. They also happen to be the only ones that coordinated.
I just love happy accidents.
I also love that my brain actually remembered that I had to create something from nothing (well virtually nothing) for this month's Trash to Treasure. I will forgive it for not remembering until yesterday afternoon. The important thing is I remembered. And I came up with something. I'm sure these lovely ladies appreciate it! 😉
- scrap fabric
- jute or hemp string/cord
1. Make a small cut into fabric about every inch or so. Give or take a half inch.
2. Pull fabric on either side of cut, tearing strips.
3. If you want a balanced rag bunting and you don't have an equal number of fabric strips in each fabric, lay out fabric to find a nice balance.
4. Tie jute or hemp cord/string to a chair. Tie other end (I always leave it attached to the ball/roll until I've finished so I can judge the length then) to another chair. This step makes it so much easier to do step 5.
5. Starting on one end, tie fabric to cord/string in a simple knot. Repeat for all fabric strips.
Then simply fluff, hang and enjoy!
Make sure you visit my three talented Trash to Treasure blog friends to see what they've come up with this month!
Jenna – Rain on a Tin Roof
Do you love banners and buntings as much as I do? Don't they add such a festive flair to a space?
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