The Adventure Flags pattern is here! I love sewing with felt and had so much fun designing all of the appliques. It features three different base flags – a geometric wall hanging, a large pennant,a triangular bunting, and a rectangular bunting. There are 9 outdoors-y applique designs and two text designs, which can all be mixed and matched for your decorating pleasure. The pattern has photo instructions for each style – making it easy for any beginner. If you think cutting out all those shapes looks fussy, you need to try using freezer paper! That is how I wrote the pattern; it makes it so quick and easy.
This pattern was originally published in One Thimble Issue 10, but is now listed separately in my shop.
I had some amazing testers – the flags are almost overshadowed by these cool goat sculptures! Lindsay does such a great job.
She also sewed up a bunting – I love how it looks with her beautiful quilt and mirrors!
This feminine wall hanging is by Brooke from Bug & Miss, I love the fabric pairing!
Essence made a colorful bunting, her felt shapes look so crisp!
In addition to the samples I sewed and shipped over to Australia for the official photograph, I sewed up this pink number for my daughter’s room. I love that Cotton + Steel print!
The official photographs from One Thimble are stunning! Here is the large pennant.
And lastly, the geometric wall hanging!
Ready to sew up some Adventure Flags for yourself? Buy the pattern in my shop – and please let me know if you make any!
A few other versions online:
Roxanne of Pensebrox added her own text and made two Dr. Who inspired pennants!
Katy from My China Doll on Pattern Revolution sewed up a feminine Stay Wild, the lace is so fun.
Sew Darn Ezy Handmade sewed up the coolest samples and took beautiful photographs on the beach!
Ula sewed a pennant and put the text length-wise, it looks great and I wouldn’t have thought of that.
Kate at Horris and Deedle used the camera applique to make the cutest onesies!