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Make-your-own Lady Lent banner

Dear friends,

We are so grateful for the warm welcome our Lady Lent Wall Hanging Banner had these past few days! St. Tabitha’s Workshop Etsy store has sold out of finished banners right now – but you can still buy a piece of our fabric to make the banner yourself; a very quick and easy DIY project that requires little to no sewing. The fabric can be found at “St. Tabitha’s Workshop” Spoonflower shop.

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DIY TUTORIAL

There are many ways to make the banner, either sewing it or not.

Here we will demonstrate a very quick and easy way that requires no sewing. After you cut out all the pieces, you can use fabric glue to attach the pocket on Lady’s skirt and self-adhesive Velcro dots (hook and loop) to attach the legs. We have used a clothes’ hanger for hanging, but you could alternatively use a hanging rod or staple ribbon loops on top.


STEP 1

Order fabric.

fabric_380For one banner, you will need to order a “fat quarter” of fabric. For multiple banners, change the amount to yard and indicate how many yards you wish to order – the display will change to show what will be printed.

We recommend using fleece fabric, as it is sturdy, doesn’t fray, and is soft and cuddly for the little ones.


STEP 2

Cut out all the banner pieces.

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STEP 3

Spread glue all around the back side of the pocket, but not across the top. Position pocket on Lady’s skirt and press down to glue.

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STEP 4

Stick Velcro dots on the top part of the legs (front side) and on the bottom part of Lady’s skirt (back side).

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STEP 5

Spread glue on the top edge of the banner. Fold top part of banner over hanger and press down to glue.

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READY!

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Please note: We do not receive any financial compensation for the external links that we mention in our posts. We are only including them to share our experience and to make it easier for the reader, if interested, to find the products we used.

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