100% Cotton Crochet bunting. A simple photo tutorial for a customisable project. Simple stitches and construction.
If I could have bunting in every room in my home I would. I have to go easy on my partner though and have settled for the two Children’s rooms, the Kitchen, the lounge and the garden 🙂
There is something so homely about this bunting. It’s perfect for a nursery or children’s play room. I find it has an extra bit of charm in pastel colours but it can also be very bright and festive in bold colours – think Birthdays, special occasions, BBQ’s.
You could leave it all year round or create ones in festive colours to use year after year
I make mine with Creative cotton and Essentials cotton. It’s 100% cotton, organic, durable and washable…perfect! I stumbled across this pattern when I was trying to whip up a triangular hat for a Bear I was adding to a blanket and it’s been my favourite item to make ever since.
Suitable for beginners, no counting or change in stitches and works up super quick.
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25g Creative cotton Rico Light Blue
25g Creative cotton Mouse Grey
25g Creative cotton Rico Green
25g Creative cotton Rico Royal Blue
25g Essentials cotton dark jeans
5mm hook (works up bigger and adds the gaps that give the great texture)
I honestly recommend trying Creative cotton and Essentials cotton yarn from Hobbycraft – It is fantastic for Home Décor.
It is very durable and you can feel how strong it is in your designs. Its finish is soft to touch and flawless (no fluffy bits).
I have used this in many projects. It is perfect for Nesting baskets, rugs, outdoor and indoor pillow cases.
Anywhere your item will get a lot of use I recommend using this yarn.
You can get yours here Hobbycraft in a large range of shades.
Ch – Chain
Sc Single Crochet (UK Dc Double crochet)
HDC Half double crochet (UK Htr Half treble crochet)
Sls – Slip stitch
Start by chaining 2.
Row 1 – 2 sc into second chain from hook, turn
Row2 – 2 Sc in each stitch, Chain 1, turn
Row3 – 2 Sc in first stitch, 1 Sc across, chain 1, turn
Row 4 – 2Sc in first stitch, 1 Sc across, Chain 1 turn
Row 5 – 2Sc in first stitch, 1Sc across, Chain 1 turn
Row6 – 2Sc in first stitch, 1Sc across, Chain 1 turn
Repeat till you have your desired size. I did 10 rows to get a nice bunting sized triangle – You can make smaller or larger be increasing or decreasing rows.
Chain 25 (or as many as you would like for the length for your ties)
Join to the right of your triangle (Right side facing you)
HDC across the top of triangle, Chain 10, Join next triangle with HDC, Hdc across.
Do this for all of your triangles. Alternate colours as you go to get a nice theme.
After last triangle ch 25 (or as many as you chained in the beginning chain.
Chain 1, Turn
Finish off and weave in ends.
Now hang up and enjoy your new bunting. It adds a bit of fun and homeliness to any room!