Pretty Daisy Bunting Free Crochet Pattern & Video Tutorial

Hello friends, it's been a while again since I last posted but here we are at last and with a new crochet pattern to share with you.  My Ditsy Daisy granny square has been so popular I thought why not use it to decorate your home.  So my granny square became a triangle and the triangle became this pretty daisy buntiing and who doesn't love a bit of bunting?

The perfect way to add a touch of colour and cheeriness to your home, or a childs room and I have made an acompanying video tutorial to work alongside the written pattern. 

As always an ad free pdf version of this crochet pattern is available in my online stores, thank you for helping to support my work...

Ditsy Daisy Bunting


Aran / worsted yarn in various colours
5mm hook
Darning needle


Not essential for this project


Advanced beginner

Abbreviations US Terms (UK conversion)

sc - single crochet (double crochet)
dc - double crochet (treble crochet) 
tr - treble crochet (double treble crochet)
sl st - slip stitch
ch - chain
st - stitch
sp - space
pc - popcorn
bpc - begining popcorn


Special stitches:

Popcorn - 3dc in same st, remove hook from stitch and insert in top first dc from front to back, insert into last dc and pull loop through.

Beginning popcorn - ch3, 2dc in same sp, remove hook from st and insert in top ch3 from front to back, insert into last st loop from back to front and pull through.

Other notes:  I used Stylecraft Special Aran in colours Baby Mint, Baby Pink, Fondant, Cream, Saffron, and Aspen to make my bunting.  Depending on what type of yarn you have used you may be able to dry block your pennants by simply placing on a blocking board and leaving overnight.  Alternatively, they may be wet or steam blocked.  You can make as many pennants as you wish to adjust the size of your bunting.  I made 9 and my finished bunting measured approx 128 inches (325cm)

Daisy Pennants (make as many as you need)


With yellow, ch4 and join with sl st to form ring.

Round 1 Ch3 (counts as dc), 11dc into ring, join with sl st to top ch3.  Fasten off.  (12dc)


Round 2 With white, join in any sp, bpc in same sp, ch2, pc, ch2 in each sp around.  Join with sl st to top of 1st pc.  Fasten off.  (12pc)


Round 3 With coloured yarn, join in any sp, [ch4 (counts as tr), 2tr, ch3, 3tr] in same sp (corner formed), *[3dc in next sp] 3 times, [3tr, ch3, 3tr] in next sp,* repeat from *to* twice, [3dc in next sp] 3 times, join to top ch4 with st st.  (18tr, 27dc) 

Round 4 Ch1 (does not count as st) sc in next st and each st around, with [2sc, ch1, 2sc] in each corner.


Fasten off and weave in ends.  Block finished pennants before joining if needed.


Joining Pennants

With white ch 60


[Join to first pennant with sc in ch sp of top right corner, sc in each st across and corner sp, ch16] repeat for all pennants, ch 60.  Fasten off and weave in ends.

Your bunting will look great in a childs room, used to brighten up your kitchen or even in the garden...

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and I will be back soon with more patterns to share with you.

take care for now...


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  1. So lovely to see a new entry on your blog. I love the daisy bunting and the sunflower granny square is perfect for this time of the year!

    1. Thank you Sandra, lovely to hear from you I hope you are well?

    2. Thank you. I am fine, but I seem to have been spacing my blog entries out as well - not for a lack of new photos, but the lack of visitors is sometimes disheartening!!

    3. Glad to hear you are doing well Sandra, sorry to hear you have been feeling disheartened, your blog photos are always so beautiful...

  2. Very beautiful. Sorry to hear the lack of visitors. Are you talking about on line or in person?

    1. Thank you, but it was not me that mentioned lack of visitors.


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