5 Fat Quarters (or however many different patterns you would like)
1 Package of Bias Tape
Pinking Shears (scalloped edge used here)
Cutting Grid (6" x 24")
- Wash and iron your fabric.
- Laying your fat quarter length wise, use your cutting grid to cut a 6" strip.
- Again, using your cutting grid, cut equilateral (60°) triangles. I used THIS tutorial, and do not think I could explain it any better! You will need four triangles of each fabric.
- Time to sew! Place two triangles with wrong sides together. (I used matching triangles, but you could make it fun and different for a reversible bunting!). Sew two sides of the fabric together with 1/2" seam allowance, leaving the top section open. Do so for all 10 triangles.
- Use the pinking shears to trim up the edges.
- Arrange the order of your triangles!
- Unwrap the bias tape and iron.
- Fold the bias tape in half to find the middle, and place triangle #6 into the bias tape. Pin through the bias tape and fabric at each edge of the triangle.
- Place the triangles tip to tip within the bias tape, pinning each time.
- Sew the length of the bias tape where the triangles begin, with your sewing 1/4" from the bottom of the bias tape.
- Ta da! This goes super quick, and now I want to make a ton of them! Good luck :)