I used a neutral linen that I had in my stash and cut some triangular bunting using this template. I cut the 6' triangle.
And then it was a matter of transferring all the little pieces on paper and then on fabric
before constructing the puzzles again
I made all 15 of Jen's designs
and linked all my triangles with a strip of binding. I used the usual 2.5 strip that I normally use for quilts folded in half. I sew it to the back first and then folded it over to the front and machine stitched it.
It is not Christmas weather around here (thankfully!) but never mind, I took a picture outside in the clematis which is so lovely at this time of year.
I used Steam a Seam 2 which is great because it has temporary adhesive so it can be moved before it is ironed but yet it sticks to the fabric while you play with the pieces.
If I was to make some bunting again, I think a rectangular template would be better suited because of the shape of the designs but then it worked for me! and of course, they could be resized too if needed.
Now, hop over to Jen's blog to get her pattern and start planning what you'll do for Christmas. As for me, I have never been that early :-) And this is my one and only OPAM for this month and for a while too!
Linking to Sew Cute Tuesday, Let's Bee Social.