No Sew Fabric Banner

Have you seen all the cute giant banners all over instagram? I am loving them, and so I decided to make a fabric banner for myself.  Even better, a no sew fabric banner.  Because who wants to haul out the sewing maching for a simple little craft? You could, if you wanted to I guess.

If you missed my first post, I am teaming up with 11 other Canadian bloggers for #12monthsofDIY. 12 materials, 12 months, 144 craft projects to inspire.  PLUS, we are sharing our favorites on instagram, so if you have a project, I will post the details in a bit.  Last month brought us mason jar crafts, and this time my group of Canadian Design Bloggers is bringing you DIY fabric crafts.IMG_3299

Supplies:

I started to iron the fabric, folding the edges in to the shape that I wanted.  I quickly realized that because it would be hanging on the wall and not getting touched I could glue the edges rather than sewing!  So I ironed everything, then used regular white school glue on the edges.  I wrapped the top around a wooden dowel and glued it down too.  Attach a string of twine and hang it on the wall!

Thank you to OnlineFabricStore for sending me some fabric for this post.  They have so many great options for fabric, and I found so many great designs to choose from.
No Sew DIY Fabric Banner

Now it’s time to see the rest of the DIY fabric project ideas from my Canadian blogging friends.

#12MonthsofDIY #February-Fabric DIY-Craft-Ideas

From the top left, they are:

Fabric Pillow from Bette Creek
Fabric Banner from Brooklyn Berry Designs (You’re Here!)
Reupholstered Bedroom Chair from Woman in Real Life
DIY Linen Napkins and Nautical Napkin Rings from Sustain My Craft Habit
DIY Baby Bandana Bib from Mommyzoid
Bunny Treat Bag from Life Is A Party
Fabric Covered Bulletin Board from The DIY Mommy
DIY Chenille Blanket with Pom-Poms from Vin’yet Etc.
Alligator Vinyl Pouf from PMQ For Two
Upcycled Commode Chair from New House New Home
DIY Infinity Scarf from Fresh Crush
Coffee Table Runner Easy Sewing Tutorial from Time with Thea

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Comments

  1. says

    I think your choice to use glue rather than sew the sides was a very good one. The banner turned out really well. I love the pattern on your fabric and I think the fabric was perfect for gluing! You gave me an idea!

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