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How to Crochet Spring Bunting
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How to Crochet Spring Bunting

Difficulty Intermediate
Budget £10 - £30
Time 1/2 day +
Bunting is a great decoration to add to any area and can also be great to decorate your garden. Try this pattern from @make.e using Caron Cotton Cakes.  

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Abbreviations: 

ML = magic loop

ch = chain

tr = treble crochet

ss = slip stitch

dc = double crochet

Bobble = tr5tog in same stitch. Yarn over, into st, yarn over, pull up loop, yarn over through 2 on hook, repeat 4 more times (6 on hook), yarn over pull through all 6. Chain 1 to finish the bobble.

 

Before you start wind of the start of your yarn until you come to you first chunk of colour (this will block colour your bunting flags like the picture, you can just start your bunting without winding off, which will give you a multicoloured effect)

Step-1

MAKE 5: ML, Ch 3, 3tr into your magic loop (count your ch3 as your 1st tr), ch 2. 4tr, ch 2, 4tr, ch2, ss to your ch3 to join and close loop.

Step-2

slip stitch into the next 3 stitches and into the ch 2 space. this puts you in the right place to start your next round.

Step-3

Ch 3 (count as your 1st tr) 3tr, ch 2, 4tr into the ch2 space. you have 2 ch2 spaces left. 4tr, ch2, 4tr in each space, ss to your ch 3to join,

Step-4

ss into the next 3 sts and into the ch 2 sp as you did in the previous round. Ch 3 (count as your 1st tr) 3tr, ch 2, 4tr into the ch2 space. Now you are going to work into your side of your triangle. See the gap between the 2 clusters of 4tr from the previous round? that is where you need to work into next. work 4tr (do not ch between clusters). Next up is your corner, work 4tr, ch2, 4tr into your corner ch2 sp, 4tr into your side space, repeat for the last corner and side. ss to join

Step-5

Ch 3, 1 tr in each st up to first ch2 sp (corner). 2tr,ch2,2tr into ch2 corner sp, 1tr in each st to next ch2 sp (corner). 2tr,ch2,2tr into ch2 corner sp, 1tr in each st to next ch2 sp (corner). 2tr,ch2,2tr into ch2 corner sp, 1 tr in each st to end of round, ss to top of tr st to join.

Step-6

Ch 3, 1 tr in each st up to first ch2 sp (corner). 2tr,ch2,2tr into ch2 corner sp, 1tr in each st to next ch2 sp (corner). 2tr,ch2,2tr into ch2 corner sp, 1tr in each st to next ch2 sp (corner). 2tr,ch2,2tr into ch2 corner sp, 1 tr in each st to end of round, ss to top of tr st to join. Cast off, weave in ends.

Step-7

Wind off yarn to your next block colour to start next flag.

Step-8

Bobble edging: Once you have your 5 flags, you can use up your remaining yarn and wound off bits of yarn to make some bobble stitch edging.

Step-9

Attach yarn to any ch2 sp (corner), ss nxt 2 sts, make bobble (see abbreviations), ss next 3, make bobble, repeat to the next corner, put a bobble into the ch2 sp (corner) ss next 2, make bobble, ss next 3, make bobble repeat ss next 3, make bobble to end of side, cast off and weave in ends. Leave the top of the flag without bobbles, you will need to use the edge to join your bunting together.

Step-10

Attaching your flags together: Ch 50, ss into top right ch2 sp of first flag, dc into each st along top edge. Ss in ch2 sp, ch 15, ss into top right ch2 sp of 2nd flag, dc into each st along top edge. Ss in ch2 sp, ch 15, ss into top right ch2 sp of 3rd flag, dc into each st along top edge. Ss in ch2 sp, ch 15, ss into top right ch2 sp of 4th flag, dc into each st along top edge. Ss in ch2 sp, ch 15, ss into top right ch2 sp of 5th flag, dc into each st along top edge. Ss in ch2 sp, ch 50, cast off.

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