It is that time of the year again! and this crochet granny triangle bunting pattern is just what was missing!
Medium or bulky yarn scraps in the festive Christmas colors are just right and will add an amazing coziness to your holiday decoration
Let’s go make one!
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What can I tell you about this Festive Granny Triangle bunting pattern?
- I used Christmas colors but you can choose any colors that complement your home style
- This pattern works up so quickly you can actually make a few and sell them, or donate them to your local charity
- I strongly suggest adding little bells or beads it makes a huge difference
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Let’s get to the pattern, shall we?
Cygnet Chunky 100 gr, 100 % Superior Acrylic,
156 m, Shades 766 and 377) in total for this sample of seven triangles I used: 55gr
Subs can be
Any weight # 5 yarn, scrap yarn, or cotton yarn ( you will have to adjust the hook size and number of rounds for size
Hook: US Size J-10 (6 mm)
Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape
Little bells (optional)
● Not Relevant
● Each triangle is 3” X 7.5”
● Ch = Chain
● Slst = Slip stitch
● St = Stitch
● Dc =Double Crochet stitch
GRst = Granny stitch [Dc3 + Ch1] in same stitch
- This pattern consists of 7 triangles and a chain connecting them
- Each triangle consists of 3 rows
- Ch3 does count as st at the beginning of the row
- You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish. I used two colors
For one Triangle, Please decide if and when to change colors.
I made 3 triangles starting with Green and changing to Cherry, 2 triangles starting with Cherry and changing to Green, One all Green and one all Cherry
Chain 4, Slst to 1st Ch to form a circle (or use the magic circle)
Round 1: Ch3+ Dc2, Ch2, Dc3, Ch2, Dc3, Ch2, and Slst to top of Ch3 from the beginning, You will have 3 Dc3 clusters
Round 2: Slst to next Ch2 space, (Ch3+ Dc2, Ch2, Dc3) in Ch2 space, Ch1, (Dc3+Ch2+Dc3) in next Ch2 space, Ch1, (Dc3+Ch2+Dc3) in next Ch2 space, Ch1, Slst to top of Ch3 from Beginning
Here I changed colors, so fasten up the yarn and cut.
Round 3: Introduce new color in a corner Ch3 (counts as 1st st), Dc2 + Ch2 + Dc3 in same Ch2 corner, Ch1, Grst in next Ch1 space, (Dc3+Ch2+Dc3 )in next Ch2 space corner, Ch1, GRst in next Ch1 space ,(Dc3+Ch2+Dc3) in next Ch2 space corner, Ch1, GRst in next Ch1 space Slst to 1st Ch1 from the beginning.
( 3 corners + 3 X Dc3 clusters)
If you wish to make a larger piece continue repeating rounds
Cut yarn and weave in ends, I suggest to hand-wash in room temperature water with fabric soap the item and block it to straighten and have a perfect triangle.
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