Okay, so it is highly doubtful that "bevy" is the correct collective noun for a group of buntings, but I just couldn't resist because you all know how much I love alliteration! I have been busily sewing up vintage doily and napkin buntings after my order of vintage bias tapes arrived and after I made a rather expensive trip (care of a little splurge on gorgeous oilcloth) to the fabric store. I'm glad I found the time to make these buntings as the various bits and pieces that make up each doily have been sitting on my craft desk and creating a total mess for some time now!
The Alice bunting combines mint green bias tape and hand embroidered vintage napkins
I should mention that, because of the vintage nature of the doilies and bias tapes I use, each bunting is absolutely unique, one of a kind. I know this can be disappointing for the brides wanting multiples of specific buntings, but I think this is the beauty of using vintage, and therefore limited, supplies. And I can always try my best to make a collection of similar-looking buntings if the doilies I have used are not too rare or hard to find.
The Adele bunting features a strip of ruffled pink ribbon sewn over the bias tape
So what do you think of my new buntings? Which style is your favourite and do you have any colour suggestions?
I love the vibrancy of the Florence bunting
The Meredith bunting is so summery and cheery
The autumn-inspired Theodora bunting