I’m extremely excited and honoured to invite my first guest blogger, Pyone, who will be blogging on her handmade Buntings. Thanks dearie *muackz*
Friends, Kids and Buntings!
Over a month ago, I was in Singapore to attend Germz’s wedding. I had not been back in Singapore for over eight years, and what a fantastic reason to return for a visit! Having spent my childhood there, I’ve been blessed to grow up with a utopia of food choices and to appreciate multiculturalism. In the short four days’ trip, my partner and I managed to chow down an assortment of hawker fare and catch up with my dearest childhood friends!
The majority of my childhood friends are now either married or have kids. Having not attended their weddings or met their bubs when they were first born, I thought I’d make them some gifts. Not that I am super crafty like gemzpire!
So when I returned to Australia, I searched under our bed for my sewing machine, which I had tucked away for nearly two years, dusted the cover and started bunting-ing again. Here’s how I went…
- Pen or Pencil
- A4 piece of cardboard / the back of a note pad
- 1m x 50cm Printed Fabric – two patterns or more
- 3m Fabric Ribbon
- Sewing machine – I guess you could hand-stitch if you are extra keen!
Bunting done! Wrap with kindness and give to your loved ones. This one is heading to Singapore.