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Boho Granny Bunting


Pretty macrame accessories are all over the place lately. I’ve been itching to give macrame a try. I just can’t justify another crafty adventure while I already have so many unused supplies. I resisted the urge to buy rope & wooden beads & all that jazz and hunkered down with my crochet materials.

this is all you need to create the bunting

My efforts resulted in a ‘macrame adjacent’ banner that conveys the cozy bohemian feel of macrame (without investing time into actually learning how to make neat looking knots). Is this cheating? I’m not sure, but I really like the way my bunting turned out!

The bunting makes a nice addition above my desk. It turns my otherwise bland looking work space into more of a cozy, productive corner. 

*Quick note to self & anyone else who might be reading— Save yourself the frustration of trying to tape a bunting to the wall with low end washi tape. Spring for that ridiculously priced impulse buy washi tape.*

I drew from a bunch of different resources to create a granny triangle that I like the look & size of. If you want to get a better grasp on how to increase evenly around a granny square, this illustrated tutorial is a good place to start.

If you don’t know how to read crochet patterns, here’s a video tutorial!

If you’d rather have a printed version of the pattern to read, you can get one HERE.

Pattern Overview

skill level – intermediate

finished size – each triangle is 6”(15.24 cm) at the widest point x 4”(10.16 cm)


Abbreviations [U.S. Terms]

ch – chain

ch space – chain space

dc – double crochet

hdc – half double crochet

sc – single crochet

sl st – slip stitch

* instructions* x times – Repeat instructions between *     * as many times as specified.   example: *3 dc, ch 3* 2 times means 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, ch 3

(instructions) – Instructions between (     ) are worked in the same chain space. example: (3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc) means 3 dc in chain space, ch 3, 3 dc in the same ch space


Pattern Instructions

Granny Triangle [make 7]  

Ch 4, sl st in first ch to make a circle

Row 1 [work in ch 4 circle]: Ch 2, *3 dc, ch 3* 2 times, 3 dc, ch 1, hdc in first dc of row

Row 2: ch 2, (3 dc), ch 1, *(3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc) ch 1* 2 times, (3 dc, ch 1, hdc in first dc of row)

Row 3: ch 2, *(3 dc), ch 1* 2 times, (3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc), ch 1, (3 dc), ch 1* (3 dc, ch 1, hdc in first dc of row)

Finish off. Only weave in the beginning yarn tail.

Connecting The Triangles

*Ch 12, 15 sc in triangle* 7 times, ch 12

Finish off.

Pattern Diagram

Making The Tassels

Make 2 tassels for the ends of the bunting and 7 for each triangle for a total of 9 tassels.

As an afterthought, I decided that I want to add a touch of color to my bunting. Stay tuned for some adventures in dip dyeing with beans. Yep. Beans.

Until then, happy crocheting!


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