You can create your own flag using any colors, symbols or textures. We need to first know the materials that you will need for your atlantic flag pole The fabric, the pole, as well as the symbol will make up the main part of your flag. There are three options for fabric: nylon, polyester and cotton. Some fabrics are more durable than other fabrics, like flags made of heavy, denim-like material. While others can be flown easily in a breeze, like the nylon flags, some fabrics are more resilient. Weatherproof fabric is required depending on how the weather is year-round. No matter what fabric you choose to use, it should be appropriate for the flag’s intended purpose.
Your flagpole can be chosen by you deciding how high and where you want your flag to fly. Flagpoles are available in iron, steel or plastic. They can also exceed 200 feet tall. There may be laws that prevent metal flagpoles from being displayed outside. To make your flag, the last and most important thing is to choose a symbol that is meaningful to you. It could be a person or an animal. Or a group of small objects that represent many things important to you. Some choose stars to symbolize years served, while others choose animals to represent an industry which is a mainstay in their state. It is up to each individual.
After you have colored your fabric with fabric dye fold as much fabric as possible over the flagpole’s top. You can attach the sides by a few stitches. Once your flag is finished, you can place your symbol on it. The material of your flag will determine how you attach your symbol. Either wood glue, fabric glue or epoxy can be used to create a flat seal. To test its durability, stand the flagpole on its side. Repair the flag if it sags. Now you have a Flag!