Since these pennants are meant to be a surprise for Anna, I'm scheduling this post for the week of the wedding. I've been seeing pennants on so many of the blogs and I got to thinking that it would be a great way to decorate the screened porch along with the little Japanese lantern lights.
I drew an isoceles triangle as a pattern and started through my stash of purple fabrics. I decided to alternate light and dark for the pennants and the letters and the lining of the pennants.
I ironed Wonderunder© on the back of fabric scraps to cut out the letters.
I made a length of continuous bias tape from which to hang the pennants.
They say "Best wishes Anna & Matty!" A pennant with a heart separates the first two words and the ampersand separates their names.
Here are all the rest of the pennants cut out and waiting to be sewn together.
All finished! The top row shows the pennants from the back and the bottom row is the front sides.
Anna came up with a very clever design for the table tents. She and Matty decided to name the tables rather than just put numbers on them. They are named after places that are special to both of them.
This is one of the table tents all finished.
Anna punched all the holes in the programs and hammered the snaps, too. I trimmed them all.
A stack of finished programs.