I am a 49er fan who lives in Tennessee so will definitely be cheering for Peyton Manning and the Broncos. I decided to make a Bronco banner and am going to find a worthy fan to give it to after the Super Bowl. I won’t be making a Seattle banner. Sorry. This is really not hard to make and it could be easier if you hot glue everything instead of hand sewing. The Bronco emblem was a little time consuming but you could just cut out a football instead.
- 1/2 yard orange felt
- 1/2 yard dark blue felt
- 1/4 yd white felt
- needle and thread or hot glue/fabric glue
- string or ribbon to hang
Cut flags from the orange felt. You will need 10. Cut the letters from the blue felt.
Cut the bronco pieces from the felt colors as shown above. This is a little tedious but is worth the effort. I just taped the pieces to the felt which made them a lot easier to cut out.
Pin each letter to the white felt and cut around leaving a little edge to show around each letter.
Place pieces on blue piece as shown. I hand stitched mine but you can use glue if you prefer. I added a tiny circle of orange felt for the eye.
Pin letters to flags and then hand stitch or attach with glue.
Hand sew or glue the Bronco emblem to a flag.
Pin orange flags to blue felt and cut around each one leaving a little border as shown. Stitch around the orange flags to attach them to the blue flags.
Fold over a half inch to the back and stitch creating a casing to slip your cord or ribbon through.