Step 1

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Fold and Fuse

Lay the fabric pretty-side down on your work surface. Fold the fabric in half with the pretty-sides out, and tuck the two-sided fusible bonding web in between the layers. Then iron it together to make one piece of sturdy two-sided fabric.

Step 2

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Trace and Cut

Use a plastic triangle and a rotary cutter to cut out the flags. If you don’t have a rotary cutter, trace the shape using a fabric pen or pencil then cut the shapes with a scissor. Use pinking shears if you want a scalloped edge on the flags.

Step 3

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Place and Pin

When all the shapes are cut out, lay the ribbon or bias tape pretty-side down and line flags up on one edge, overlapping by a half inch. Fold the ribbon in half the long way and line up the edges so that just the tops of the flags are covered. Pin them in place.

Step 4

Sew Ribbon to Flags and Hang

Sew down the entire length of the ribbon, even in between the flags to keep a straight line (Image 1). Enjoy your new streamer of two-sided fabric bunting (Image 2).