I think my first association with bunting flags was when I doing backstroke for school swimming and those little flags were meant to remind that the end of the pool was near so I didn’t bump my head. (I still managed to bump it most times anyway – I like running and most sports, but I’m not a naturally talented swimmer!)
Fast forward (quite) a few years and bunting flags are everywhere, especially used as decoration in baby’s nurseries and kid’s bedrooms.
I’m still plodding away at making stuff for the upcoming market, including a few strings of bunting.
So far I’ve made nautical, pirate and tea-party bunting and have some vintage sheet bunting cut out and ready to go.
I looked around our house and thought I’d show you some of the bunting we have round here…
One of two buntings in Isabelle’s room!
… And one of two in Noah’s room as well! This was one of the first things I sewed for him.
Here are some other bunting related products I found on Felt …
I WANT one of these sooo bad!
There are a heap more – see for yourself
Do you have a bunting collecting habit/ obsession like me?