Triangle Motif Pattern

I little while ago I wrote the Mindfully Floral pattern up for my  little floral motifs. I put those together with some triangle motifs to create a cute little bunting!  I did mention that I would get around to writing up the pattern and would pop it up but time got away from me!

I realised looking back through my pictures that I still hadn't done this so quickly sat down and put the pattern together!

The motifs are very sweet to use on their own to sew or crochet  together to make a blanket or you could use them to make bunting with or without the floral motifs!

 

 

The yarn I have used for the triangle motifs is Scheepjes Catona Old Lace 130.

The yarn I have used for the floral motifs is Katia Bombay Candy Multi.

I used a 3.5mm Clover Amour Hook.

I use UK terms throughout

 

A big thank you to Leanne for letting me know I had made a mistake and put the wrong pattern up for this motif!  This is what happens when you don't name your patterns in your notes and you have lots of different patterns written down!!!

 

I worked this pattern in rounds and joined with a slip stitch at the end of each round to the top stitch of the beginning chains.  

 

Round 1

  • Make a magic loop (or chain 4 and join)
  • Chain 3 (counts as first treble) and Treble 14 into the loop.
  • Join with a slip stitch to the top of the beginning 3 chain. 

Round 2

  • Chain 3 (counts as first treble) and Treble 6 into the same stitch.
  • Chain 3 and skip 4 stitches, Treble 7 into the next stitch.
  • Chain 3 and skip 4 stitches, Treble 7 into the next stitch.
  • Chain 3 and join with a slip stitch to the top of the beginning 3 chain.
Note: its really easy to miss the first of the 4 stitches you need to skip - it is often hidden under your treble 7 so don't forget to look for it!!!
Round 3
  • Chain 3 (counts as first treble), Treble 1 into the next 2 stitches, Chain 7, skip one stitch, Treble 1 into the next 3 stitches.
  • Chain 3, skip the chains from the previous round, Treble 1 into the next 3 stitches,  Chain 7, skip one stitch, Treble 1 into the next 3 stitches.
  • Chain 3, skip the chains from the previous round, Treble 1 into the next 3 stitches,  Chain 7, skip one stitch, Treble 1 into the next 3 stitches.
  • Chain 3  and join with a slip stitch to the top of the beginning 3 chain.

Round 4

  • Chain 3 (counts as first treble), treble 1 into the next 2 stitches, Treble 13 into the chain 7 space from the previous round, treble 1 into the next 3 stitches.
  • Chain 5 and skip the chains from the previous round.
  • Treble 1 into the next 3 stitches, treble 13 into the chain 7 space from the previous round,  treble 1 into the next 3 stitches.
  • Chain 5 and skip the chains from the previous round.
  • Treble 1 into the next 3 stitches, treble 13 into the chain 7 space from the previous round,  treble 1 into the next 3 stitches.
  • Chain 5 and skip the chains from the previous round, join with a slip stitch to the top of the beginning 3 chain.

Round 5

Corner 1

  • Chain 4 (counts as first treble and chain 1), skip one stitch treble 1 into the next stitch,
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Into the next stitch (the 7th treble of the 13 trebles from the previous row) double Treble 2, chain 5, double treble 2.
  • Treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Into the chain 5 space from the previous row chain 1, treble 1, chain 1, treble 1, chain 1.

 Corner 2

  • Treble 1 into the next stitch,
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Into the next stitch (the 7th treble of the 13 trebles from the previous row) double Treble 2, chain 5, double treble 2.
  • Treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Into the chain 5 space from the previous row chain 1, treble 1, chain 1, treble 1, chain 1.

 Corner 3

  • Treble 1 into the next stitch,
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Into the next stitch (the 7th treble of the 13 trebles from the previous row) double Treble 2, chain 5, double treble 2.
  • Treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Chain 1, skip the next stitch and treble 1 into the next stitch
  • Into the chain 5 space from the previous row chain 1, treble 1, chain 1, treble 1, chain 1, join with a slip stitch to the top of the beginning 3 chain.

Cut your yarn and fasten off!!!

 

 

 

To create the bunting:

  • chain approximately 30 (more if you need a longer end)
  • double crochet across the top of three petals of a Mindfully Floral flower motif
  • chain 15
  • double crochet across one side of a Triangle motif
  • chain 15
  • I repeated this across both motifs until all had been joined 
  • finish with chain 30 (more if you need a longer end) and fasten off!

 

You are welcome to share the pattern, however please acknowledge that the design belongs to Yarn Me Calm.  

Please respect my rights as a designer, thank you!

 

If you have questions about this pattern, please contact me at

andrea@yarnmecalm.com.au

 

I hope you enjoy the pattern!

Andrea x