This bunting pattern allows you to create knitted triangles, which can be strung together to create bunting for parties or decoration.
This pretty knitted bunting is perfect for decorating inside or outside for parties.
This is a great way to use up leftover yarns from your stash – the knitted flags look best in a mix of different colours and textures.
Only simple stitches are used, so it’s a great pattern for beginners.
A Basic Level Knitting Pattern
The bunting pattern is easy to follow, knitting each triangle flat on straight needles.
Great for any beginners who are learning how to knit, as it is a great project for practising garter stitch and learning how to increase/decrease.
Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern:
This pattern is great for any advanced beginner knitters.
- You should be comfortable casting on and casting off, as well as knitting in garter stitch.
- Knitting cast-on methods.
- You should also be comfortable reading knitting patterns.
- And understanding knitting abbreviations and terms.
- Please do not copy, sell, redistribute or republish this pattern.
- If you wish to share this pattern, link to the pattern page only.
- You may sell items produced using this pattern.
- Do NOT use the copyrighted photos for your product listing.
Skill Level – Basic
Gauge – is not important for this project.
18 sts and 24 rows in 4×4 inches / 10×10 cm
The Supplies You Need…
- Any colour in DK/light 03 yarn of your choice for 4mm (US 6) needles.
- 1 x 50g of yarn = around 2 flags.
- Yarn weight guide
- 4 mm (US 6) Knitting needles
- K = Knit
- M1 = Make 1 stitch
- Rem = Remaining
- Rep = Repeat
- St(s) = Stitch(es)
- Stocking stitch (knit one row, purl one row)
- Using 4mm (US 6) needles, cast on 2 stitches
- Knit 3 rows in garter stitch (every row knit)
- Next row and every following 4th row: K1, M1, K to the last st, M1, K1
- Repeat these 4 rows until you have 40 sts on your needle.
- Knit 3 rows in garter stitch
- Cast off.
- Sew in any loose ends.
- Link together by stitching yarn through every piece.
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