- Rebar tie wire ( You can get this at Lowes, Home Depot etcâ€¦ Itâ€™s inexpensive and comes in single rolls).
- Cotton quilting fabric torn into 1 Â½ inch strips. (You can purchase 1 yard of fabric and tie strips together).
- Contrasting fabric torn into Â½ inch strips to tie bells onto garland.
Cut wire to desired length and bend one end of wire over and attach fabric strip with a knot. (see instructions for tearing fabric strips below. ). Begin wrapping being careful to keep the fabric tight over the wire. When you reach the end tie a knot and bend the end of the wire to secure.
Slip a Â¼ inch fabric strip through bell and attach to wire at various intervals with a bow.
Fabric strips: Use lightweight cotton quilting fabrics in 1 yard or longer lengths. These can be torn into almost any width and will tear evenly from almost any good quality quilting fabric. I tie the long pieces together with knots and then roll into a ball for storage.