How To Make A Felt Banner

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Add Some Color Into Your Life!

This is a simple project that you can put together using some sheets of felt and a sewing machine. You can use this for a birthday event or simply to decorate your crafting room! Or, if you use platforms like Zoom or google meet to attend school, work, or other meetings, it’s a fun backdrop to have as you get to work!

Felt

Susan got her felt from Hobby Lobby, but if you’re looking for more customizable colors, she suggest buying them online! If you can’t find the right color, like Susan, she suggests using cardstock instead! Susan wasn’t happy with the shades of green she was seeing so instead, she used a hole puncher and some green cardstock to create a string of green circles to add to her banner!

Cutting And Sewing

Susan layered four basic shapes in this banner: Point Arrow, circle, diamond, and strips. For a closer look at how she cut these shapes and how she sewed through them, check out the video at these marks:

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