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Knitted snowflake bunting – free pattern*

Nordic style knitted Christmas bunting

This pattern was originally posted in December 2016 on my previous blog… I haven’t purposefully posted a Christmas pattern in January.

Whether you live somewhere that gets a healthy dose of the white stuff each winter or not, this knitted snowflake bunting guarantees you’ll get a bit of snow to admire (and for those of us in the UK, it comes without any travel chaos or panic shopping. Win). Plus the cool blues and Nordic style means it could easily be left up after Christmas as winter bunting too.

The gorgeous DMC Natura Just Cotton yarn really suits the cool, Nordic vibe. Plus of course the red mini pegs are the perfect finishing touch!

You will need

Cotton yarn in Navy, Powder and White*
UK 10 / 3.25mm knitting needles
Mini pegs*
Tapestry needle

K knit
k2tog knit the next 2 stitches together
P purl
rep repeat
s1 slip one (slip a stitch onto the right-hand needle without knitting it)
ssk slip, slip, knit (slip 2 stitches one at a time then knit the slipped stitches together)
st(s) stitch(es)

For each bunting flag
Cast on 31 sts.
Knit 4 rows.
Row 5: K2, p to last 2 sts, k2.
Row 6: K.
Row 7: K2, p to last 2 sts, k2.
Row 8: K1, ssk, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1. (29 sts on needle)
Row 9: K2, p to last 2 sts, k2.
Row 10: K.
Row 11: K2, p to last 2 sts, k2. Rep Rows 8-11 twice more. (25 sts on needle)
Row 20: K1, ssk, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1. (23 sts on needle)
Row 21: K2, p to last 2 sts, k2. Rep Rows 20-21 eight times more. (7 sts on needle)
Row 37: K1, ssk, s1, k1, psso, k2tog (4 sts on needle)
Row 38: K.
Row 39: Ssk, k2tog. (2 sts on needle)
Row 40: K.
Row 41: K2tog. (1 st on needle)
Break yarn and pull through the remaining stitch.

Pattern chart

Once you have made your desired number of bunting flags, cut a length of string and peg your flags along the string. So easy and festive!

*some of the materials for this project were supplied by Sew Crafty, but all opinions are my own.

2 thoughts on “Knitted snowflake bunting – free pattern*”

    1. Hi Beverley, thanks for your comment. As you work the snowflake part you’ll use the contrasting yarn colour, just hold it in the place you want to begin and then your first stitch with it will join it to your work. After that simply pick up the correct coloured strand according to the snowflake chart. As you work back and forth the yarn will move along each row so you can pick it up in the correct place again. Then cut it off when you’ve finished the snowflake and continue the rest of the triangle. I hope that helps.
      Best wishes, Zoe

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