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Something to make... bunting

Pick out a number of different designs, from gingham to floral patterns, in a carefully chosen selection of complementary or contrasting shades. Cut out triangles (slightly deeper than wide) - the number depends on the desired length - with pinking shears and sow onto a piece of cotton tape with enough spare at the ends to secure it.


The pieces should measure 20cm wide and 25cm deep, pin the tops to the inside of a 2.5cm-wide cotton tape folded in half, with enough length at either end to tie onto a hook or branch. Sew along the tape to secure the fabric.


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