Christmas Bunting

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I’m going to take off the rest of November from blogging to finish a big writing assignment (for my “real” job!), host Thanksgiving dinner, and attend some family events. But first, here are my new strings of Christmas bunting! Last year I cut out bazillions of squares of Christmas fabric to make mini-pillow ornaments but didn’t use them all, so I turned the rest into triangles that I could stitch into seam binding. Simply turn under the ends and fasten them with buttons to create loops, and they’re ready to hang. Thank you for stopping by, and I’ll see you in December! ♥

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Bunting

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  1. You know I love me some bunting! This is so festive and fun, and has me inspired to create a Christmas banner of my own soon! Enjoy the rest of the month, Katherine; good idea to step away for a while to focus on your big work projects as well as family time. We’ll be here when you get back!

  2. I love your fun bunting! But, I will miss you while you’re away, as many other readers will, too. I hope you have a happy and blessed Thanksgiving with your family – and good luck with your “real job” project. 🙂 I’m already looking forward to your return…
    Blessings,
    Kim

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