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No Sew Gratitude Banner

Show how much you care with fun, easy-to-create no sew fabric projects. A No Sew Gratitude Banner from Tiffany Windsor is a great craft that you can hang up all year long. Take some time to appreciate your loved ones and take stock of what's important.

No Sew Gratitude Banner


  • Aleene’s Fabric Fusion Peel & Stick Sheets
  • Aleene’s Fabric Fusion Peel & Stick Tape
  • Scissors
  • Cotton quilting fabric (or fabric of your choice)
  • Peel and stick alphabet letters


  1. Determine length of banner and tear fabric into strips. (I like to create strips that are at least two times the width of my Aleene’s Peel & Stick Tape.) Pull away and discard any threads that remain after tearing.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  2. If using fat quarters, tear strips and join at ends with Aleene’s Fabric Fusion Peel & Stick Tape. Simply cut Tape to desired length, peel back bottom liner paper and press to wrong side of fabric.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  3. Remove top liner paper to reveal adhesive.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  4. Overlap to join strips. Press to secure adhesive.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  5. Cut Aleene’s Peel & Stick Sheets in half. Cut two pieces of fabric slightly larger than Sheet. Remove top liner paper and press onto wrong side of one piece of fabric.
    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  6. Using paper as guide, cut fabric away along all sides.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  7. Remove top liner to reveal adhesive.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  8. Place adhesive side down on wrong side of second piece of fabric. You have now created a double side piece of fabric.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  9. Cut away excess fabric to create rectangle.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  10. To create pennant shape, fold rectangle in half and cut from corner to corner.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  11. Open to reveal pennant shape.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  12. Repeat steps to create as many pennants as you need to spell out your word.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  13. Cut Aleene’s Peel & Stick Tape into 3″ – 5″ lengths. Remove top liner paper and press in place along bottom edge of fabric ribbon.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  14. Working sections at a time, remove several pieces of top liner paper. Place pennants into adhesive.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  15. Add another row of Aleene’s Peel & Stick Tape along top edge of fabric ribbon.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  16. Remove paper liner and fold over fabric ribbon to create banner.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  17. Press alphabet letters on each pennant to spell out your greeting.

    No Sew Gratitude Banner
  18. Hang wherever you want to spell out a special greeting!

    No Sew Gratitude Banner

For a comprehensive video tutorial, check out How to Make a No Sew Gratitude Banner.


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