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Last week I shared crochet pillows with you as a way to decorate your home, this week I’ve collected bunting crochet patterns for you. Bunting is just such a fun way to decorate. You can make words with it, hearts, triangles, or all sorts of other shapes. Bunting is also a great way to personalize dorm rooms. If you want to add tassels to your bunting, check out this tutorial.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Stars & Stripes Bunting (or Coasters) by Jessie Rayot of Jessie At Home
“Show off your patriotic pride with this quick and easy Stars and Stripes Bunting!”
2) Butterfly bunting by Ali Campbell
“This elegant project by Ali Campbell captures the beauty of the sunny season.”
3) Star Spangled Banner by Kara Gunza
“Perfect for the 4th of July or anytime you want to add a little patriotic flare.”
4) Perfect Party Pennant Garland by Tamara Kelly of Moogly
It’s time to celebrate! Whether your parting planning includes a birthday, holiday, or National Crochet Month, a custom crochet pennant garland is a great way to set the scene!
5) Luck of the Irish St. Patty’s Day Bunting/Applique by Lorene Eppolite of Cre8tion Crochet
“Top of the morning to ya… hope you have a great St. Patricks day… here is a cute, quick little pattern to bring you some good ol’ Irish Luck!”
6) DIY Bunting Flag Banner by Jessica Fediw
“I always have the best ideas when inspired to create a special gift. This time it happened to be for my new niece. I had made her a quilt and wanted a little something extra to go with it.”
7) Granny’s Pansy – Crochet Bunting by Dedri Uys of Look At What I Made
“In this photo tutorial I explain how to turn my Granny’s Pansies into triangular bunting. The triangles work up quickly and can be as colourful or as plain as you prefer.”
8) Granny Triangles – My Way by Saritha Ashok
“Many of you asked me how to make the triangles for the bunting in my previous post. Some of you asked if there is a pattern for it. There might be a pattern for it in many places, as it is a very basic pattern. Same as in a granny square, but you work three sides instead of four. Here is how I make them.”
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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