DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It’s Scary!

JUL 18, 2018 updated Jun 7, 2021

This Halloween, treat yourself to an easy DIY that can be completed in under 30 minutes, which means more time for working on handmade costumes for the little ones. With a little help from the Fill-a-Yard™ 9″ Square Cheater Quilt in Fleece, this DIY bunting requires very basic sewing but is still full of festive, Halloween flare. Download your free template and get started today! 

DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog

DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog
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DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog

1. Cut out your bunting using the template provided. If you prefer, create your own template. The widest part of our triangle is 8.25″ and 8.5″ tall.

DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog

2. Open up the bias tape so the raw edges are still folded in towards the center. Place the bunting triangles directly on top of the bottom layer of bias tape, 1.5″ apart.

DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog

3. Fold the bias tape back over the tops of the triangles and pin in place.

DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog

4. Stitch the entire length of the bias tape along the open side to secure the triangles.

DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog

5. You’re done! Hang your bunting to create a festive Halloween look for your costume party.

DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog

Styling tip! Hang the bunting on your front door to welcome trick-or-treaters on Halloween.

DIY Halloween Bunting So Easy It's Scary! | Spoonflower Blog

Don’t stop at just Halloween! This tutorial can easily be used for any holiday or celebration. Simply type the upcoming holiday in the search bar to start creating your curated holiday collection. 

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  • These look awesome!! I don’t know if it helps or not, but I did a similar thing for a different project, and it makes it easier to create a diamond (fold the material in half, where the fold is make V’s so when you unfold it’s a diamond) and then fold it over the string to create a triangle. Then you can just put a dot of glue at the tip of the triangle, and voila!