I'd set my machine up to sew (rather than embroider) so I could hem my jeans, so, before I went through the palaver of of switching it back to embroidery, I whipped up some no-fly bunting.
I'd bought lots of variations of ripstop fabric, some months ago, to do this . I selected plain black and a birdy pattern. I cut some strips, turned the strips into squares, the squares into triangles, and then sewed them into some apron tape.
It was a bit of a quick and dirty, but it's good enough to test the principle.