Fabric Friday

Happy Friday! What are your plans for this weekend? Are you going to be sewing a bunting after seeing this adorable Sweetwater, Reunion, Baby’s Bunting Vanilla fabric from Fabricworm? That’s exactly what I think I’m going to be doing too. Not sure where to start? We have a Bunting/Garland round up just for you.

To enter for a chance to win one yard of Sweetwater, Reunion, Baby’s Bunting Vanilla tell us how you would incorporate bunting in your home. I have one up right above my bookshelf but I think I’ll definitely make one for my next party. Leave your comment anytime between now and Friday, March 9th. Tweet, Stumble, or share on Facebook and leave another comment letting us know. Come back every day for new entries. We’ll randomly select a winner and announce right here next Friday.

Find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…



The winner of one yard of Jay-Cyn Designs for Birch Fabrics, Mod Basics, Organic, Birdie Spokes Teal is…

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maria

My daughter’s birthday is in 14 days. I’ll use bunting at her bday party.

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Yara

I’ve made fabric buntings for all three of my kids birthdays. We have one up in our schoolroom, and another in the living room/dining room

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Lynn

Oh, I have this fabric on my wish list! I would use either for a cute fabric backdrop ina frame for baby #3 that is due, or an applique for s cute onesie for little or maybe a lovey, either a taggie blankie or a dinosaur! I can’t decide but have been eyeing it fir a while. Love it thanks for sharing!

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B Mom

adorable fabric for boys or girls, i love it! i’d love to make my sweet three year old a bunting for his room – he gets so excited about any kid of special occasion decoration, I know he’d be thrilled to have something special and festive of his very own!

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Sarah G

Ohh I would love this fabric! I made 3 buntings for my little boy’s first birthday last week. They are still up! I loved them so much that I made my ‘going to be born any day now’ nephew one too! πŸ™‚

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Tamara

ah, I’ve been meaning to get a bunting made for my wee one, with her name on it of course, to hang above her crib since she is no longer an infant she needs “big girl” decorations!!

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Kimberly F

I will definitely be using bunting for my daughter’s 2nd birthday party in a few weeks.

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sarah

i made some bunting for my daughters first birthday. i’m thinking i might need to make some peeps bunting for easter though!

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Allison C

I would use them on decorating cakes and cupcakes because its so cute and if/when I have a kid I will have them for birthday parties.

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Anna

I think I would make a bunting to go above my daughter’s bed. This fabric would look lovely in her room!

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Dakota

I made a heart bunting a few weeks ago for my daughters room. She calls it her heart-string. I would make another bunting for my sewing room that is coming slowly together. πŸ™‚

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Melissa S.

I’m not a bunting-in-the-home kind of person. However, I’d love to put bunting up in my classroom.

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Rhonda H.

Such cute fabric; I could see using the fabric in either a quilt or it matches the colors in my 3 & 5 year olds’ room so could also see something decor-wise in there. Thanks for chance to win!

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jen

I made my girl a birthday bunting for her 1st birthday – and made it reversible so now it is hanging up above her bed and across that wall in her room. The pinks look soooo pretty against the sky blue walls. I LOVE it!

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Joanna

I work in a special school and over the next 6 weeks we will be participating in a community event to make the world’s longest line of bunting (the target being 12,500 triangles and 2.5 miles long). All the children will make their own traingle and we will have bunting strung up everywhere in school, really brightening the place up!

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Alyssa

Oh my; what beautiful fabric! =)
When my little girl (yet to arrive) wants a “big girl room” rather than a nursery, I would love to decorate with bunting of all her favorite colors.

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Karin

I like to use them across our big window next to the kitchen table or hanging all over the kitchen for certain holiday or birthday celebrations.

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Holly

We have a happy birthday bunting, and i want to make one for my son’s bedroom.

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Annie

I have a Valentine’s bunting hanging in my baby girl’s room. It’s adds a bit of color to the wall, and she loves to look at it. I need to make one for spring!

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Beth T.

Our niece is coming to visit next week. I think I’ll make a Welcome banner for guest room.

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Hennahands

I would put them on a cake… My frosting leaves a lot to be desired so it would be a good distraction.

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beth

i’m going to make my first bunting for my daughter’s second birthday party in a couple of weeks.

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Sarah Pabody

I have handmade fabric bunting from my daughter’s 1st birthday party now decorating her big girl room. It makes the room perfectly cheery!

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April

My mother in law actually gave me some bunting that she made for our baby’s room

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Alex

I have tonnes of expecting friends and family memebers so I am going to use some ideas from the round up to make indidual baby bunting for each one! Thanks for the inspiration

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Angela

I made a Happy Birthday bunting a few years ago for my daughter. We use it every year & leave it up for a week around her birthday. We just had our 2nd baby & I made one for his room out of the same fabrics from his quilt. It is quite long & hangs on 2 walls. Live it. I love Reunion! I’ll be making a bed size quilt out of it for myself.

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Sydney

I’m going to be making some bunting for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee! We’re having a garden party and there’s nothing more festive (or British) than bunting!

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Emiko Fire

I made a floral bunting for my daughter’s first birthday last summer. I found it so cute, I left it hanging between the kitchen and dining room.

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Kat

I like using them for parties but Ive been thinking of making one with my girls names on it for their respective sides of the room. That way its cute, personal, and clear whose side is whose!!

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Lorena

I made some bunting using felt and bias tape and hung it from the light in my son’s bedroom, to all four corners of his room. It goes with the canopy from Ikea that hangs from above his crib. I love it!

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Anne

Probably a new one for our dingy playroom… It would spark things up and draw attention!
Thanks for this awesome giveaway πŸ™‚

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Gina

I have a bunting over my daughter’s bed. I would love to do an outdoor one on my kids’ swing set.

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Antje

I got a crocheted rainbow butterfly bunting at a swap and that’s in my little girls room, we both love it!!
And I love making buntings right now, have so many ideas in my head!!

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Anne Marie

I would love to make a bunting to hang in my sewing room – it would be so cheery.

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Gizala

I’d use the bunting to oompf the decor and cover up the unattractive metal rod from which my blinds hang.

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Gizala

I’d oompf my decor and use it to cover up the unattractive metal rod from which my blinds hang.

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Shauna

I would use bunting in my bedroom/baby room. I was thinking of doing felt hearts in purple colors.

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Lindsey

I have been making cute little buntings for each holiday. My daughter loves it!

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Marie W

I’s love to make a bunting to brighten up my sewing room. Great way to use my favorite scraps!

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sarah

Bunting reminds me of prayer flags. I love it. Not brave enough to try it yet, but will soon. πŸ™‚

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heela @ lovely*retro*house

I have a bunting hanging above the entrance to my daughter’s play kitchen (aka old storage space) and a mini bunting over my inspiration board in the office. I think I would make another one for my daughter to choose its home. I am almost certain she would wrap it around her monkey for a bunting “necklace”!

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Georgia

Love this fabric! I want to make bunting for my son’s first birthday party and then hang it in his room after that. πŸ™‚

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Becca

Right now I have a paper bunny bunting hung from my mantle, as well as a perma-bunting hung above our bed. Love them!

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Ceci

Oh I adore this fabric! We have bunting strung across our curtain rods in the living room, its so cheerful and was decoration at our wedding so has lovely memories!

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Krista

I made a fabric bunting for my daughter’s first birthday party. I hung the part with her name over her crib after the party. It’s so cute, festive, and earthquake safe!

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Nancy

I love bunting but I don’t have any hanging in my house right now! I need to remedy that, I’m thinking a white and grey mini bunting for my kitchen. Thanks for the darling giveaway.

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Alyce {Blossom Heart}

I have never made bunting. Of any sort. I know, I know, I feel the shame too. But we’re moving in a couple of months and I want to make some bunting for the kids’ new room!

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Lily Gonzales-Creed

I love this fabric. The last bunting I made was for a friend who wanted a quilt themed vintage wedding. It had letters appliqued on it that said Just Married. I have it hanging in my sewing room because I love it but I guess that may be a bit strange…b

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mitsi

I hope to make a Happy Birthday bunting to hang in the hospital room for my 2nd daughter’s birth. Since that’s in 3 weeks, I’d better get busy!

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Amanda

I have been thinking I want to make a bunting to hang in my daughter’s room. We painted one of her walls with coordinating pink stripes and I think a bunting would be adorable on that wall. πŸ™‚

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Kathryn

I have mini-bunting in the kitchen and some full-sized in my bedroom which needs to be replaced to work with my changing colour scheme.

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Henrietta

I’ve never made a bunting but I think they’re adorable. I’d like to make one for either my daughter’s room or my sewing room πŸ™‚

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Leigh

we always decorate for parties with bunting – and I’m thinking about lining some of my shelves in my craft area with it!

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Erin

I have a huge mirror above the mantle of my fireplace that I like draping seasonal bunting across. I had made the first one for Christmas one year, but liked it so much that I find myself making them for every holiday (and non-holiday) that I can think of. It’s such a simple and beautiful way to add color and spirit to your home!

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Libby

I just used bunting to through a 30th birthday party for my spouse. I hung 30 flags and on each flag I pinned a love note.

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Suzie H

I love this bunting fabric! I, like so many others, love to use the buntings for parties. I have also seen mini buntings framed in an embroidery hoop – very cute. I think that’ll be my next project! =)

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