A flag made of a narrow triangle that tapers to a point, traditionally hung on ships to symbolise ownership. Used for celebration and commemoratively, and as a show of support at athletic events. When attached side-by-side to ropes and draped in rows across streets and through gardens at times of celebration, they are known as bunting.

Bunting is very easy to make, a great way to re-deploy scraps of anything and everything – from wrapping paper and wallpaper ends to old fabrics, sample books, and off cuts.

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