How to Make Buffalo Check and Toile Rag Garland

6:30:00 AM

   DIY black and white buffalo check garland for my 
Christmas mantel is my plan today. 



This is an easy project that took about an hour and cost, well nothing. 


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I gathered pieces of an old cotton curtain, scraps of buffalo check fabric, one black and white toile napkin and a length of thick jute


I folded all the fabric scraps in half then started to cut strips about 1-2" thick on each fold. 

Each strip was about 14" long. 


I tore the strips down the length of the fabric to give it a frayed look. 


Once each of the strips were cut and torn to about the same size I hitched each one in a pattern to a length of thick jute. 


When I was finished I laid it out on the table and removed any random strings. 


Next I gathered the rest of my supplies... thin twine and silver bells


I cut short pieces of the twine and tied a bell to each section of buffalo check along the garland. 


When the garland was finished in about an hour I hung it from my mantel. 


The garland is beautiful and it matches my Christmas tree!




You can read all about 
this Christmas tree mantel 





                                      

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2 comments

  1. Garlands are my weakness and this one is just charming!

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    1. Thanks Kim, I made a couple of them... I may leave them up after Christmas too!

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