a hand tied bunting


hand tied bunting diy

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.

hand tied bunting diy - cutting the fabric

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!

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  1. Hey there! Thank you for hosting this fabulous party! I can’t wait to see your fireplace all “shabby’d” up. (I know that probably isn’t a word, but hey). Hope your Friday night is rocking and have a great weekend!~Michelle

    1. Thanks Michelle – same to you! Yes I’m still working on more crafts and projects to shabby it up. we are starting with the lighting – those eyeball lights in the ceiling have GOT TO GO! :)

  2. Hi Jeanette, I love your story telling and your pretty fall mantel!! Oh and that toile like pumpkin. Wishing you a wonderful weekend, Lisa

  3. This was a super fun and informative event. Lots of great ideas and tutorials, with so many talented people on one page. I hope to get around to trying some of these DIY’s. As far as your pumpkins go Jeanette, I found fake ones at Michaels and Hobby Lobby in the white but none of the pretty gray green ones. (My fave) Out here in Cali we have an OSH (Orchard Supply Hardware) They had real pumpkins in all those colors. Good luck.

  4. I am all about decorating with whites! What a great post,love your French toile bunting too!

  5. Robin~AllThingsHeartandHome says:

    Your bunting is just charming! I love it ~ xo

  6. I want to go to a CL Fair. I went to one in Austin, but it didn’t seem as big as the other ones. What cute bunting.

    Shannon ~

    1. You would love it Shannon it is so your style!

  7. Just found your site love all of your upgrades….searched your site looking for your paint color in the hallway above the wainscoting…will you please share…thank you

    1. Thank you! I bought this paint years ago and now have to ask for it with specific paint number information: (The name was Moonlight Beach at the time but they no longer carry it by name).

      Lowes #0633 330-695-935 Tinter B
      3/7/12 Valspar, Gallon Size, SR214, Moonlight Beach, Signature, Interior Satin Base 4
      101-2Y, 107-2Y10, 109-14, 113-7Y28