– cotton wide tape – Scrap material pieces bed linen, old shirts or dresses are ideal – Ribbon or material pieces – Fabric glue – optional
Step 1: Make your fabric into strips
Take your cloth pieces and fold your fabric in half so the two shorter sides meet. Then cut your fabric into strips about 2.5cm wide and 40cm long.
Step 2: Tie your fabric on
Take three or four fabric strips and fold them in half. Tie them onto the tape. Use the smaller fabric scraps or ribbons to tightly secure the tassles.
Step 3: Repeat
Repeat until you have 20 to 30 tassels at 10-12cm distance apart or until your tape is a full of tassels.
– fabric tape or string – Scraps and off-cuts of ribbons and material – Fabric glue optional
Step 1: Cut your fabric
Cut your fabric scraps, old materials or ribbons into roughly 1cm wide x 10cm long strips.
Step 2: Tie on your materials
Leaving around 15cm at either end of the tape, for hanging up the bunting, tie your materials one or two pieces at a time along with the tape.