I’ve really enjoyed designing and making this new Crafternoon Treats flower bunting. The flower has become bigger and more decorative and the lovely crochet blooms are set off perfectly by the tapered triangular pennants.
I used Deramores Studio DK for both the pennants and the flowers and in just four colours to tone with my own decor. Topaz (a scrummy duck egg blue), Blue velvet (a very classy navy with lots of grey tones), Sky (pretty much the colour of a blue sky) and Mist (a very sleek silver grey). One 100g ball of each is plenty – you will have most of each ball left over for another project (or a longer stretch of bunting).
My crochet pennant flower bunting
Here are a couple more pics and you will find all the links to the patterns and tutorials further down this post, so keep reading!
Pattern and tutorial links
Here are all the links to pattern downloads and tutorials you need to make the pennant triangles, attach them together and then add on the flowers. I made 8 triangles and 9 flowers as I intended this decoration to go in a specific place in my living room – but you can make it longer by adding more triangles and more flowers.
Downloadable and printable patterns
You can also watch here:
Loving my crochet pennant bunting
Here are some more TaDah! pics – its quite hard to photograph bunting and it does look even better in real life. This is a great decorative project and it also allows you to learn and practice many different crochet skills.
If you don’t feel confident about decreasing and making triangles using rows of half trebles, you can also make this bunting using plain granny bunting and attaching the Crafternoon Treats flowers at the junctions of the pennants, or put them onto the bunting triangles themselves.
This is my pattern and my bunting but feel free to use and adapt it to suit what you want to do.
The colours you choose are also going to be very individual but I do love this cool and sophisticated pallate of greys and blues. It would equally well with pinks and purples or neutral tones, perhaps with some stronger autumn colour accents.
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