You will need 1 1/2 yards of burlap.
Finished size of the flag is 11 inches wide and 16 inches long (not including the tabs). Finished tabs are 2 inches long.
Use the pull string method to mark fabric (before cutting) at 13 inches wide and the length of fabric is 35 inches long. The length is folded together (see above).
Zig-Zag stitch all sides of burlap, burlap ravels easily, this is an important step.
Straight stitch the sides at 3/4 inch.
Turn the fabric and press. At this time the fun starts....
I used my Cricut cutter to cut the letters, witches boot and hat as a stencil. I then used a permanent marker and filled in the letters and pictures but that was not black enough for me, so I used acrylic paint on top of the permanent ink marker.
I made the fabric flowers (many tutorials are on the web for these) and sewed them on the flag.
Time for the two tabs to go on. I had previously cut the tabs and zig-zagged the edges. They are 2 3/4 inches wide and 7 1/2 inches long. Fold tabs.
Fold over the top edge of your flag (to the inside) so the total length is 16 inches long and place the tabs inside the edge of the flag (3/4 inch) and stitch the top of your flag. I sprayed the flag with shellac or a water repellant could be used. Finished!