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Tie Banner
I know that the 4th of July has come and gone, but I love to keep it patriotic all summer or year long. This banner could be made with any of your favorite colors or holiday themes. I just happen to love the Red, White & Blue theme. I love the American pride that this tie banner shows when I hang it on my entertainment center. I am definitely a newbie when it comes to sewing. I am not a pro in anyway, but fabric I do love. This no-sew fabric craft is a great project for any crafters out there. No matter what your level of skills. I love using fabric in no sew projects and this Fat Quarter Tie Banner is just that…a no-sew project! You can use a variety of fabrics. The more the merrier I say.

Posted by Charlene Asay from Lovell, Wyoming, United States • Published See Charlene Asay's 10 projects »
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  • How to make a garland. Red, White & Blue Fat Quarter Tie Banner - Step 1
    Step 1

    Begin by unfolding all the fat quarters and fold them hot dog style. Then cut one cut about 1 inch wide until you have cut all the fat quarter into strips. Then cut 16-17 strips of burlap material. They need to be 1 inch wide as well. Now it’s a simple finish. Tie the fabric on the length of the twine. I did my arms length of twine. Tie the fabrics closely together. Make a pattern with all of the different fabrics you have and follow that pattern until the end of the twine. Be sure to leave a little bit of twine at each end to use to hang it up with.

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