Saturday, January 28, 2012

Girly Girly Bunting

I made this thinking it would look so cute in a little girl's room. Making a few of these for a craft fair. Some of you asked me for a pattern when I blogged about it here. So here you go.

For the triangles
1 dc in first ch [2dc]
Ch2, Turn
dc in same st, 2 dc in next st
Ch 2 turn, 2 dc in the next st, 1 dc in next the 2 stitches, 2 dc in the last st.

Till row 5 you will increase like this by doing a 2dc in the stitches on the extreme left and extreme right and 1 dc each in the middle stitches. After that I increased only every alternate row. 
(Every other row - 1 dc in every stitch)

For the flowers

Ch4, sl st to first chain to form a ring.
Ch2(counts as first dc),12 more dc into ring     [13 dc]
(Ch1 , 3 tr, 1 sc) into one stitch, 1 sc into the next stitch
*sl st into next stitch, (ch1, 3 tr, 1 sc) in the stitch, 1 sc in the next stitch*
Continue *-* to finish the round  [6 petals]
Sl st to the first ch1.

I made 10 triangles and 10 flowers . Attach each flower to the triangles.
If you have any doubts or suggestions, please let me know. Would love to see the buntings you make. Have a great day!!


Aunty Mum said...

Thanks so much for the Pattern. I've been searchng for bunting patterns for my daughter's room. I'm definately going with this! Belinda

Annaboo said...

Very pretty! I love the little flowers on the ends of each one - so cute.
Thanks for sharing the pattern, too. Am bookmarking this for a rainy day!
Enjoy your day.

Poppy Cottage said...

Thank you very much for the pattern. I hope they go well at the craft fayre.

C x

Sanhita said...

Love this, Saritha! The small flowers at the edge of the triangles give that special touch. Perfect for a young girl's room!

Pearlin J said...

so cute! Love the flowers at the ends of the bunting :)

Special 'K' said...

This is adorable. Thank you so much for sharing. My first visit here I will follow on my way out as I am sure I will enjoy engaging and supporting your special place now I have found you,I hope you will find the some time to come visit me some time. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

Debi Y. said...

This is so cute - thank you for sharing your pattern. :)

Hazel's Crochet said...

That is a wonderful pattern, thank you very much. As it is so cheerful! :)

MGB said...


Thanks for sharing.

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

Oh my, this is too cute! And such a great tutorial.

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Crafted by Carly said...

How cute!!!

Gramma Rita said...

Just wanted to stop by and tell you I have given you the versatile blogger award. Please stop by my blog to pick it up. (If you don't do these types of things...that's fine...at least you know I enjoy your blog) :)

Ali said...

This is gorgeous! Thank you! I needed a bunting pattern for my little girl's 6th birthday party which has a "meadow" theme! This will be perfect!

Anitha said...

Lovely work, Saritha and thanks for the patterns. Have bookmarked these.

Punto a punto said...

Thanks for the pattern, I´ll try to make it. Enjoy your weekend, have a nice day.

Gunnel said...

Hi! I love to sew, knit and crochet myself, so I just love your blog. You are showing so many beautiful items.

Anonymous said...

I liked it very much would like to make a very nice
waiting for me blog

dottycookie said...

Awww, sweet. I'm making tiny crochet bunting too, but it's slow progress!

TracyMB @ Crows Feet Chic said...

Thanks so much! :)