Welcome the first day of school by making an easy, no sew felt bunting. It will bring a sense of festivity into your home and your kids will feel it’s a special day. After I made a double sided banner and turned it into a tutorial (with a free PDF template!) a while ago, I also wanted to give a no-sew version a try. It was made really, like really quickly. A fun family crafting activity, too!
How To Make Felt Bunting
The EASIEST FELT BUNTING TUTORIAL
1) Gather your materials. Easy! Scissors, glue, twine and felt. Done!
Here, you might want to ask yourself what felt to use. This is one of the few projects where ANY type of FELT will do. Lucky you! However, if you want to find out more about felt, you can check out my post on how to choose the right felt for your creations. However, no matter where you get your felt, it’s good to check thickness, material and stiffness before buying it! Now, back to the how-to!
3) Use the first (still folded) piece as a template to cut more of same-size triangles (that is, folded rhombuses).
4) Stop when you feel there are enough, depending on how long you want your bunting to be. I only needed 6 pieces.
5) Place the first rhombus on a flat surface and the twine over it. Now add glue to cover one side, like this:
6) And fold the other side of the rhombus over the glue. This way, you’ll get a triangle with twine right through the top side. Even small children will love the folding process!
7) What you get is a cute, no-sew, colorful bunting to use for a first day of school. Or for any day you want to make special, actually!
Welcome, first school day! Nothing says this better than a cute & colorful bunting banner. Happy crafting!
However, if you happen to have more time and want to make a more durable bunting banner, that is – one that can be washed and reused – or personalized by adding a name – this is what you’ll want to check out:
Want More Free Tutorials and Patterns?
Or, if you feel like it, browse through my other PDF patterns on Craftsy. You might find a few really cute and easy new PDF patterns for your projects. Or …go straight to one of my most popular PDF patterns – a tiny and cute zipper pouch: