Hand Tied Bunting
I don’t often have simple projects on my blog, but today I’ll show you a quick and easy craft: a hand tied bunting, make from leftover fabric.
White. That’s my favorite go-to color as of late. This pretty toile fabric was leftover from a craft project that never happened. I love cool neutrals for fall, but especially love white. Oranges and reds just don’t seem to work in my house, I just love blues and pale greens and will probably won’t deviate much from that.
Inventory: fabric and twine
I cut long pieces then laid the loop portion across a piece of twine, then tucked the loose ends through the loop. So easy! And it came together really quickly and I just kept going until all the fabric was used. If I were to do this over again I would alternate the length to give it more visual interest – but I love that there is no need for perfection here. I just cut off the straggling pieces to clean it up once it was finished. Just create a pop of something pretty in the house, and I can put it anywhere in the house I want — and not just for fall.
The house needed a pop of something pretty, and I can put it anywhere in the house I want — and not just for fall.
Thanks for following along! Enjoy this simple and quick DIY so that you can be outside and enjoy this beautiful fall weather!