Crochet flower bunting / triangles (PATTERN)

I can’t quite believe that we only have 2 days left till we move! I can’t for the life of me work out where that time has gone.
Today I have hardly anything to do. Almost all of the rubbish and junk have gone, and I have run out of boxes until P comes home from work with some.
That means I’ve had plenty of time to write out and photograph the pattern for Crochet flower bunting!!
It’s all written in UK terms.
UK tr = USA dc
UK htr = USA hdc.
ch 3 and join to form a ring with a sl st.
 Round 1. Ch 4 ( counts as 1tr 1ch )
1tr 1ch 11 times into ring.
Fasten off.
Round 2.
Working between the spokes.
Join new yarn to any space.
ch3 (counts as 1tr) 2tr, 3ch, 3tr in same space.
1tr in each of the next 3 spaces.
( 3tr, 3ch, 3tr) in next space.
1 tr in each of the next 3 spaces
( 3tr, 3ch, 3tr ) in next space.
1 tr in each of the last 3 spaces. Join to 3rd of beginning 3ch.
Fasten off.
Round 3.
Working between the stitches.
Work (3tr, 3ch, 3tr) in the 3ch corner spaces and 8 tr along the sides.
Fasten off.
Round 4.
Still working out of the spaces between the stitches.
(3tr, 3ch, 3tr) in each 3 ch corner space.
13 tr along the sides.
Fasten off.
Working out of the stitches now.
Join new yarn.
1htr in each st along the sides.(19 htr)
(2htr, 1tr, 2htr) for the corners.
Fasten off.
To add flower.
You will be working out of the spokes from round 1.
Join new yarn to any spoke.
*ch1, skip 1 spoke, slst into next spoke*
rep from *to* 6 times.
Join to first st.
Do not fasten off.
In each 1ch space, work (6tr, slst)
6 petals.
Fasten off.
As per usual any mistakes please let me know and I’ll amend!
Well I guess that is my last blog post from this house (::sniff::), the next will be from the new one!!!!!
Till next time


  1. Josie says:

    These are darling, thanks SO much for sharing the pattern. Sending you good thoughts for a smooth move. Best of luck 🙂

  2. Peggy says:

    Wow! I just found your blog. I love your photos and tutorials. Great colors. I so much enjoyed looking through your post. Thanks for sharing. Can’t wait to try out the flowers.!

  3. dot says:

    such a lovely blog, interesting, informative, colourful, and my cup of tea, I wish you happiness in your new home and am very jealous that you now have a sewing room 😉 x

  4. Polly166 says:

    I have been looking for a bunting pattern for ages, since seeing this I have created one set in bright coloured cotton for my (new summerhouse) 60th birthday present in May 2011.
    I have just started a 2nd set in CK ‘ish’ colours.

  5. Soleil says:

    Hi Hayley! Your bunting is amazing!!! I grabbed the tutorial at once you have written it here. And today I just made my first triangle! It turns lovely! I’ve not found any mistakes. Thank you very much!!!

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