My sweet little cowgirl turned 5 this week.
So naturally I felt the need to throw a fun party and find an excuse to make some cute bunting!
It was so easy ladies, took me a whole 1/2 hour is all.
Step 1: Leave your strip just as it was cut, wrong sides together, with the fold along the bottom.
Step 6: The next step is to connect the 22 scallops. I just sewed a straight stitch again along the top of the scallop, and when I got to the end of the scallop, I just pushed another one right next to it and fed it through the machine. So they are just connect with thread. They drape so much nicer this way.
So the top of each scallop has been stitched twice. Hope that makes sense!
Ta Da! All Done!
It truly was sew stink'n easy!
So, do you want to see how the party turned out?
It was so cute.
The little Cowgirls participated in a little stick horse barrel racing
And of course I had to dress up those barrels with a little more fabric!
And the bunting made a fabulous backdrop!
I think all the cowgirls had a great time.
It's a good thing I have a room full of fabric, when I ran out of ribbon I just snagged THIS cute pink houndstooth and tied it around the vase. Phew. Fabric to the rescue!
The possibilities with this bunting are endless.
4th of July Patriotic in red, white and blue!
I just might have to make a million of them!