Monogram garden flags – From hand of flowers , colors and allergies comes another fascinating thing of spring: holidays abroad . How to prepare perfect party that lasts throughout history as a great legend is not so difficult. Just a couple of simple tricks and your guests will lengthen until early hours of departure. Have you ever dreamed of being Great Gatsby of your city and your party weekend in garden was big weekly event in neighborhood? Maybe your house is an apartment, and you do not have a garden or an endless collection of suits, but you may have a terrace or a balcony, and want to organize best parties. And with that you already have everything, really. Desire to be best host in history is secret ingredient of perfect party.
Small outdoor banners, also called garden flags, are fun accessories to decorate your home or patio. You can sew small banners for any occasion. Consider sewing one for each season of year or even making 12 to celebrate a different holiday each month. These flags have a final size of 13 by 18 inches and feature appliquéd designs of your choice. Flags hang vertically from an L-shaped garden flagpole that sticks to ground or attaches to a deck lane. Cut a 15 by 22 1/2 inch rectangle of fabric into color you are going to use for base of our monogram garden flags style.
Fold cut edges into a short edge and both 1/2 inch long edges. Press using slow heat. Times more than 1/2 of an inch again. Press and pin. Sew along folded edges again. Fold remaining short edge more than 1/2 of an inch. Press. Fold again 2 inches. Press, pin and sew as for side edges. A shell has been created at top of flag for mast to slide through. Draw or draw design for your flag in scraps of fabric using a fabric marker.
Cut design pieces 1/2 inch larger than marked lines. Pin cutout design pieces over pavilion where desired. Sew leftovers into main part of flag, with a zig-zag stitch tightly spaced along lines marked on edge of each piece. Cut fabric off zigzag lines after sewing. Wash fabric before cutting and sewing to ensure that colors will not run if they get wet with rain. Do not sew top edge of monogram garden flags before sides. If it does, close housing. Use only a low heat environment when pressing nylon fabric to prevent material from casting.