Thanksgiving bunting

Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year? I am and it’s my first ever. I need some quick and easy fall decorations for my house. I am thinking I will make up some fall versions from my Spring Twigs Tutorial for the table. I was also thinking some bunting would be fun. And loving my HeatnBondĀ® Lite like I do, I figured out a way to make this a no sew project.


Here’s what you need:

Fabric pieces cut to 5″ x 10″ for each triangle

HeatnBondĀ® Lite 2″ x 3″ for each triangle

Cording, Jute, or Trim

Pinking Shears


Cut all of your fabric squares so they measure 5″ x 10″ if you haven’t already.


Fold the rectangle in half so it measures 5″ x 5″. Fold it over again to measure 2.5″ x 5″.


The folded 2″ edge will be the top of the triangle. With your pinking shears cut from that top in a diagonal to the folded edge at the bottom. You will be cutting through four layers of fabric.


You should now have a triangle that looks like this.


Open the fabric up and press so it is flat. From your fusible web, cut a triangle approximately measure 2″ x 3″. Press to one side of the triangle.


Peel the paper backing off. Place your trim across the middle of the fabric.



Fold the fabric over so that the raw edges all line up. Press in place to fuse the two pieces together.

Repeat these steps for as many triangles as you would like on you bunting.




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