Crochet - Granny Triangle Bunting Pattern
04May

Crochet - Granny Triangle Bunting Pattern

After my last post I had a couple of requests for the pattern for my crochet Granny Bunting.  I hadn't posted it as I wasn't completely happy as they were doming slightly but I've gone back over it and made a few adjustments and they are better; although I think they will still need blocking...

...So here it is:

Crochet Granny Bunting Free Pattern - Lululoves Blog

Granny Triangle Bunting 

Hook: 3.5mm (or 4mm) (you can shop my favourite tools here)

Yarn: I used Rowan Handknit Cotton but any DK cotton should be fine

Pattern written in UK terms.

Ch = Chain

Tr = Treble (US DC)

Ss = Slip Stitch

Dc = Double Crochet (US SC)

These are basically worked like granny squares Rnd 1 is worked into the ring, then each round after is worked by creating groups of trebles into the ch spaces and increasing in the corners. Don't forget to block them if you want them to lie flat; I pin mine to the ironing board and spray them lightly with some starch and leave them to dry.

Ch4 join with SS to make a ring

Rnd 1: Ch3 (counts as 1tr - work each treble from here into ring) 2tr, ch3, 3tr, ch3, 3tr ch3, join with a ss to top of first ch-3

Rnd 2: Ss into next ch-3 space, ch3, 2tr, ch3, 3tr (to create corner), ch1, (3tr ch3 3tr) into next ch-3 space, ch1, (3tr, ch3 3tr) into next ch-3 space, ch1, join with ss to first ch-3 of row.

Rnd 3: Ss across to next ch-3 space, ch3, (2tr, ch3 3tr) into corner, ch1, 3tr into next ch-1 space, ch1, (3tr, ch3 3tr) into corner, ch1, 3tr into next ch-1 space, ch1 (3tr, ch3 3tr) into corner, ch1, 3tr into nex ch-1 space, ch1, join with a ss into first ch-3 of row.

Rnd 4: Ss across to next ch-3 space, ch3, (2tr, ch3 3tr) into corner, ch1, 3tr into next ch-1 space, ch1, 3tr into next ch1 space, ch1, (3tr, ch3, 3tr) into corner, ch1, 3tr into next ch-1 space, ch1, 3tr into next ch-1 space, ch1, (3tr, 3ch, 3tr) into corner, ch1, 3tr into next ch-1 space, ch1, 3tr into next ch-1 space, ch1 join with a ss to first ch-3 of rnd.

Border

Here I just worked a scallop stitch (5 trebles) into the centre stitch of each group of trebles until I got the the point of the triangle when I created a scallop using 3 trebles into the space then continued around as before. I've attempted to write this out below but It may be easier for you to put them where you feel they should go.

Attach a different colour into the top left corner and ch1

5tr into middle stitch of 3trs from previous round, dc into ch-1 space, *skip next stitch, 5tr into next stitch (middle of treble cluster) dc into ch-1 space; Repeat from * twice, 3tr, 1dc into corner space (point), *skip next stitch, 5tr into next stitch (centre of treble cluster) 1dc into ch-1 space; Repeat from * three times, finish off.

I've added some pictures of the border to help you see what stitches I've worked into:

scallopedging

scallopedging2

scallopedgingfinish

To assemble I used a contrasting thread (white) and chained 30 then started chaining into the bunting in the chain spaces along the top of my triangles, I carried on like that (making sure they were evenly spaced) until the last one had been attached then I chained 30 and finished off.

I hope that makes sense, If you have any problems feel free to email me.

A quick note: Please do not copy or redistribute this pattern, although you may, if you'd like, link to this page. I am happy for items made from this pattern to be sold. Thank you for your support.

Bye for now. Em xx

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Comments (12)

  • Madebymim

    Madebymim

    07 May 2012 at 07:43 |
    Lovely, very easy to follow
    • Lululoves

      Lululoves

      07 May 2012 at 10:40 |
      Thank you for your feedback - it's much appreciated. Xx
  • Nancy

    Nancy

    26 May 2012 at 12:42 |
    Thank you. Very well written and easy to understand! I appreciate you and the time you spent doing this. *smile*
    • Lululoves

      Lululoves

      26 May 2012 at 20:55 |
      Thank you! What a lovely comment, you've made my day :)) x
  • Neeta Sawant

    Neeta Sawant

    27 July 2012 at 09:46 |
    Very lovely design maam. I am yet to give try. I liked the colours u used. Thumbs up..... Can u give an easy heart bunny pattern.
  • Tremendu

    Tremendu

    25 May 2013 at 21:06 |
    The best bunting ever!
    Thanks for sharing the pattern. I just made my own and post about it on
    http://tremenducrochet.wordpress.com/2013/05/17/granny-triangle-bunting/
    • Lululoves

      Lululoves

      30 May 2013 at 17:55 |
      Thank you - your bunting is beautiful. Em x
  • linda

    linda

    21 June 2013 at 22:00 |
    Is there a photo of the completed bunting? I would love to see what it looks like finished.
  • Beth

    Beth

    01 August 2014 at 09:07 |
    Gorgeous!
    If still having trouble with the 'bulge', you might try doing half-treble on the sides. Works for me :D
  • Playin' Hooky

    Playin' Hooky

    14 November 2015 at 07:31 |
    Lovely explanation! You have a gift for making things easy to understand. Thanks for sharing and for the time it takes to gift us with your hard work and lovely pattern.
    • Lululoves

      Lululoves

      04 December 2015 at 22:06 |
      Thank you, your comment is much appreciated. Em xx

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