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Rainbow Tassel Bunting Knitting Pattern Knitting Pattern

Rainbow Tassel Bunting Knitting Pattern

  • Difficulty


  • Yarn Type

    Yarn Type

    4 ply / Fingering / Sock / Sport

  • designer


    Amanda Walker

  • Needle Size

    Needle Size

    US 2.5 / 3.0mm

  • Needle Type

    Needle Type


  • Techniques


    Picot Edge, Stocking Stitch

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What you need to know

Perfect for beginners, Amanda Walker's knitting pattern will guide you step-by-step to create quick and easy tassel bunting

Bunting has traditionally been used to decorate a room or garden during a festive occasion or party and although it's usually made up of material triangles, we just love Amanda Walker's knitted version. Why not jazz up your tent on your next camping trip? This simple pattern uses knitted decreases to shape a neat knitted triangle bunting flag. The contrasting edging is worked using a knitted picot edge. It is knitted in a 4ply yarn and decorated with easy-to-make tassels.

What do I need?

Yarn: 4ply, (A) shade Pink, (B) shade Green, (C) shade Blue, one 50g ball of each
Needles: 3mm
Tapestry needle

NOTE: tension is not important on this project


Length of six triangles plus cord: 122cm
Individual triangle height: 14cm
Individual triangle width at top: 11cm

Top knit tip

The best way to sew in the ends on a piece of knitting that doesn't have seams is to weave the end of yarn in and out of a few stitches along the edge of the knitting. When you reach the last stitch, skip this one and weave the end back through the stitches. Trim the end of the yarn tail as close to the knitting as possible.

Meet the designer

Designer Amanda Walker is a passionate dressmaker and toymaker, who can also turn her crafting skills to knitting too! To see more of Amanda's patterns, visit here. If you enjoyed making her fishing game, we think you'll love knitting this baby blanket next.

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Techniques: Picot Edge, Stocking Stitch

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