I'm making some fabric bunting for the wedding. I'm making a lot so I wanted to make it in a time efficient manner. Here's how I'm doing it...
Here was all the supplies that I needed to make the wedding bunting.
After buying the fabric that I wanted to make my flags out of I found this pinking shear shaped rotary cutter. It would have taken me a full day of cutting fabric to get all of the flags with my pinking shears. This rotary cutter only took me one distracted hour while watching Gilmore Girls.
I should have taken a better picture of the flags because each pile is about 2 inches tall of fabric! That's a LOT of flags.
I use this bias tape to sew the flags too. Double fold really looks much better than the single fold. I bought this on accident. It cost considerably less than the double fold, so I'm not that upset about it. You saw how many flags I have, so I'm going to need a lot of that tape!
It's really too much of a hassle to pin the flags to the tape, so I just take it as it comes. I line up the end of the flag under the fold of the flag. I put my needle in it and then line up the rest of the flag. I used a zigzag stitch because it's cute and I think it will hold well.
I just keep it lined up by holding it together with my fingers.
Here is the end result! It's a line of flags. They are going to add a lot to make that wedding atmosphere in my outdoor wedding.