Crochet Bunting Tutorial

Good Evening Crafters,

I am currently working on a huge quantity of Homemade Christmas decorations, mainly crochet based, which will all feature in a blog soon. In the meantime please see the below Crochet Bunting Tutorial! Perfectly festive!

1. – Measure the area you wish to have your bunting in.

2. – Choose a hook and yarn, the thicker the yarn and hook the bigger your bunting will be with the same amount of rounds.

3. – Slip knot onto the hook, and Start a Chain of 4, do a slip-stitch to make a cirle.

4. – Then, do a chain of 3, then 2 double crochets, chain 1, then 3 double crochets, chain 1, then 3 double crochets, chain 1 and join in the top stitch of the first double crochet chunk with a slip stitch.

5. – Then Chain 4 for the next (this will make up one double crochet in that gap, and 1 chain across). When you are on this round, each gap is a corner, so that means 2 sets of 3 double crochets with 1 chain inbetween them in each gap (pictures below).

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6.- Then repeat this process until you get around to the first chain you did on this round (you will only need to do a set of 3 double crochets, chain 1 and 2 double crochets as the first chain will make the 3rd double crochet).

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7. – Then repeat this process, for as many rounds as you like, doing 3 double crochets in each gap (2 sets in the corners) and 1 chain in between them.

8. – Once you’ve made all the flags you want (they should look something like the below), it’s then time to attach them together.

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9. Start with one flag, and chain stich through the top stiches of it right to the other side, then chain 5 between the next flag and then continue to chain along the top of the next one.

10. – Once all your flags are chained together, I like to double crochet them, to make it all a bit more robust (the below is a small sections of some I recently finished for my parents living room, please excuse my duvet cover in the background). Tah Dah! you’re done!

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I love crochet bunting, Fabulous for every occasion! The one seen in these pictures is going to be for christmas and I also intend on doing upside down triangles with buttons as deorations to look like Christmas trees!

Happy Crafting xxx


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