Granny Triangle Bunting

Granny Triangle Bunting

Granny Triangle Bunting
Granny Triangle Bunting

"This easy pattern is a great way to dress up a room or an event. Use team colors or colors to match your decor. Bunting is so fun and versatile! The Granny Triangle Bunting is super easy to make because it is just a Granny triangle, so there are double crochet stitches and chain stitches and that is it! Enjoy. Size: 6″ long triangles by any length bunting Yarn: King Cole Cottonsoft DK, 100% Cotton, DK weight, 100 g Ecru 711: Color A Violet 717: Color B Rose Petal 1577: Color C Hook: US-G/6, 4.0 mm."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size6″ long triangles by any length bunting

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Preparation for T-ball is in full swing and I am getting so excited. I think I will make a small bunting to show team spirit and display on the auto pre and post-game time. Maybe I will start a trend.

I have a son that will be graduating this Spring and I think a bunting with his college colors will be a great gift. He will be able to proudly display his college colors in his first bachelor pad.

I like that idea of making this bunting using your favorite team colors or your college colors if you are using it to decorate your dorm room. I like the use of a cotton yarn, too, as the cotton tends to hold its shape much more than a softer acrylic blend yarn. It's so sweet and vintage looking, as well!


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