This is the method I've developed which not only makes the bunting very quickly, but minimises the amount of ironing needed, AND, in my opinion, makes the bunting extra cute.
At least two half meter lengths of cute fabric, or as many fabrics as you like! Mix it up.
Start by making your self a template, I like to make two out of an A4 sheet, but you can make them bigger or smaller. I like tiny bunting too.
The fabric I used here is from a double bed sheet set that I bought a while ago, so far I've made two cutlery rolls, a table runner, napkins, two small table clothes, lots of mini bunting, this bunting and I've got enough left to either make a sun dress or a tablecloth for the dining table. Good going for £15!
So, gather your triangles, your bias binding and your pins.
Iron your bias binding in half, lengthways.
Then pin your triangles in between the fold. I put a space half the length of each triangle between them.
Then put it through your machine!
Again, I use the zig-zag stitch, less for style and more for security this time.