As promised here is my granny bunting pattern. I'm quite excited but also a little nervous posting the pattern as I've never done this before!
My sister successfully completed her bunting in 2 and a half hours and didn't ring me once, she normally rings me for pattern reading advice regularly but was under strict instructions to try and work it all out for herself this time!! I'm afraid I don't have a photo of hers to share with you, but I will attempt to get hold of one soon.
For the pink bunting I used four different shades of pink and alternated them throughout the pattern so each triangle is different, of course you could simply have each triangle the same or even just use one, two or three different colours. For the brightly coloured bunting, which was my first attempt, I used 8 different colours alternating them throughout, really you could use a little or as many as you like!
If you already know how to do a granny square this should be a breeze but if you don't I hope I've written the instructions clear enough that it won't matter.
If you do attempt your own granny bunting I would love to know how you got on and please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
The pattern, in all it's glory, is below.
Granny Square Bunting:
This is written in british crochet terms, you can see a good table for stitch conversions from british to american terms here.
What you need:
4 x 50g balls of double knit weight yarn in 4 different colours.
1 x 50g ball of double knit weight yarn in white.
4mm crochet hook.