What you will need:
~roll of WonderUnder (regular weight paper-backed fusible web)
~four (or more) half yard pieces of coordinating fabric - 18" x 44"
~pinking shears or my favorite pinking bladed rotary cutter (could_not_live_with_out)
~ruler (I regularly use a yardstick)
~cutting board (if using rolling cutter)
Stretch out fabric piece wrong side up on ironing board. Iron out wrinkles, if any.
Cut out a sheet of WonderUnder about 18" x 22" .
Fold fabric over in half, so right sides stay together. Iron as directed. You now have a stiffened piece of fabric with no wrong sides showing.
Repeat steps 1 + 2 for all pieces of fabric.
Place fabric on cutting board and square up edges with rotary cutter. Fabric should be about 9" wide on the shortest side.
Line up yardstick with edge (9"side) and using the rotary cutter, cut fabric on opposite side of yardstick.
Make your first link. Take a strip and curve up into a circle, overlapping edges abut 3/4".
Step 6: (Optional)
Cut two pieces of twill tape about 1.5' long. Tie on each end of chain. You could sew if you wanted, too.
Viola! Enjoy! Hang it up and marvel at its cuteness, then hide it away for Sunday's celebrations!