Join us in creating knitted and crochet bunting. Start a few rows and leave it for the next person to finish or complete your whole triangle. Knit, natter and be part of an ever evolving unravel display.
Yarn Weight: DK
We will be using a Half Treble Crochet (htr) [or half double crochet for US terms] for this pattern.
Row 1. First, chain 2.
Row 2. Work two htr into the second chain from the hook (the first chain you made).
Row 3. Turn your work. Ch 1. htr twice into each of the two stitches.
You should now have four stitches in your row.
Row 4. Turn your work. Ch 1. htr twice in the first stitch then once in each of the remaining 3 stitches. (5 stitches in row.)
Row 5. Turn your work. Ch 1. htr twice in the first stitch then once in each of the remaining 4 stitches. (6 stitches in row.)
Row 6. Turn your work. Ch 1. htr twice in the first stitch then once in each of the remaining 5 stitches. (7 stitches in row.)
Keeping going! Continue working two htrs in the first stitch of each row and one in each of the rest.
Turn. Ch 1.
We’re makings small triangles so keep going until you have 14 rows and then fasten off and sew in the end of the yarn.
Needle Size: 6
Yarn Weight: DK
Cast on 2 stitches
knit one (k1), loop yarn over needle (YO), k1
knit all three stitches, treating the yo loop like a normal stitch (k3)
k1, yo, k1, yo, k1
k1,yo, k3,yo, k1
*k1,yo, knit all the stitches until the last one, yo, k1
repeat those four rows until you’re happy with the finished size. We’re aiming for small triangles so it would be 42 rows. Cast off all stitches. Weave in the cast-on and cast-off tails.