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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
Ch4
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!!


19 comments:

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.
Xx

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...

Nice!

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!!!
Carly
x

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) :)
www.grammaritascrochetetc.com

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!
Ali
x

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.

zeynep 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! :)