on her sweet, sweet baby boy. Julie and I go way, way back (like ALL the way
back to college), and she’s remained one of my closest, and bestest
friends-even if she ditched me and moved to Michigan, fell in love, got married
to a handsome-funny man, and now has an adorable baby.
back to this no-sew garland I promised to tell you
about. I got a sewing machine last year for Christmas, and I’ve only
master a straight line (if you don’t look too closely) so when a cute
comes my way that involves not using my sub-par sewing abilities I get
excited. We’re in the middle of creating a play-room for our 6 month old
daughter, and the space needed some pizzaz and a pop of color (not to
mention it makes an excellent photo back-drop)-enter the no-sew garland.
colors and got about a five foot long garland.
inches long. I HIGHLY recommend using a rotary cutter thingy. . . otherwise
your hands might cramp and you need un-cramped hands for the amount of tying
you’ll be doing. . .
“U” under the ribbon. Fold the ends through and pull tight.
Step 4. Tie,
tie, tie, tie, and tie until you run out of fabric or your garland reaches the