Sis Boom to the Rescue

Now that the springy weather is warming up we're spending more time on our outdoor deck, enjoying the view. I cant help but notice that cream wooden beam really could use a lick of paint. Ugh , sooo drab!

I don't mind painting but I would rather be sewing!!

So that's what I did!!


It couldn't have been simpler. All I used was a couple of packets of bias binding and a selection of my favourite Sis Boom fabrics.

I used pinky shears to trim the edges, some easy straight line sewing and in an hour I was done!! It was such a fun, super quick sewing fix!!

It's beautiful seeing the sun shine through the fabrics, making them glow. The breeze makes them dance a merry jig. I've decided to call them Happy Flags , because they make me happy.
Now I find myself looking more at the bunting than the view. :)
Sis Boom to the Rescue

31 comments

  1. Rachael!!! This is so, so cute! Ahhhh....I don't have a deck, but I want one just to do this :)

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  2. Rachael, what a fabulous idea....and it looks wonderful! I have a screened in porch, and this would be perfect for it! It's been needing something for so long, but I hadn't figured it out......THANKS!

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  3. Oh Rachael! I wish I lived next door to you! As my husband wouldn't let me have such a pretty garland hanging from my verandah, at least I could revel in yours!!!

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  4. What a great idea!! You got a sewing fix and it looks so cute.

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  5. Oh Rachael that is just so cool...I love it too...I'd be looking at it all the time too if I were you!!! Looks much better than a paint job!!! I forgot to say if you get to Floriade one time perhaps we could catch up...have a coffee...and a macaron, or 2 or 3...........Have a wonderful sunshiney day...Dzintra xo

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  6. A most excellent fix Rachael, that will cheer up any day for sure!

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  7. That looks gorgeous Rach and sure beats painting! ; )

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  8. so much fun. you have yet again inspired me. I think there are lots of fabrics lurking that will find themselves a new home soon. Thanks for the view of the mts in spring.

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  9. Great idea & it is so pretty, fluttering there in the breeze!

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  10. Brilliant! What a great idea. I'm sure you'll enjoy this all year. I was just thinking of remodeling my bathroom with fabric, rather than paint and wallpaper. Now you've got me really inspired!

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  11. You are so clever. What a fabulous idea.

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  12. What a clever thing to do! It looks so happy!

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  13. Sis Boom Prayer Flags! Genius! And Adorable!

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  14. What a great way to add some colour. Love it!

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  15. YES! Jennifer is going to be thrilled. This is the perfect way to start off the outdoor season. And get to view favorite fabrics in an unexpected place. Great job!

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  16. That is gorgeous !!! I would be sitting outside alot!!!
    That gives me a idea for my sewing room!!! = )

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  17. What a creative solution! I would have ignored the issue for years while it silently drove me crazy!

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  18. It looks fabulous! So much nicer than plain old paint. Clever you.

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  19. I love your Happy flags, brilliant idea and they look so lovely.....I want some too :-)

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  20. I love it!!! It makes the porch so happy and colorful. Oh that view is gorgeous!!!!

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  21. how fun and fabulous looking.
    I love it, it must look so festive blowing in the breeze. How nice that you have an elevated view!

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  22. This is fix and wonderful,

    have much fun with your view :-)

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  23. La tua è una idea fantastica!!!!!!
    Ciao

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  24. how fun is that!
    what a cute idea. I admit I just bought a few pieces of her fabrics! to add to a few of my applique projects!
    Kathie

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  25. love your sis boom bunting, look great!

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  26. It looks awesome Rachael! Great scenery (for those of us that are fabric obsessed)

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  27. I like ur blog :) i am from germany and i would be really happy if you visit my side cause i also have a lot of pictures ♥

    schokoerdbeerchen.blogspot.com

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  28. ooooh, love it! I really want to have some Christmas bunting (we're hosting at our place this year) but I really cannot be bothered spending a ton of time on it. Now this would be perfect!! I used to love my mum's pinking shears when I was little and this would be the perfect excuse to get some of my own! Or should I get the pinking rotary blade? Now there's a dilemma!!

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  29. LOVE the bunting!! I'm having a little giddy moment thinking about some Happy Flags for my front verandah! Thank you!

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