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May 21, 2013


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This is an amazing idea! I'm having a little creative drought at the moment and trying to get back into it, this sounds like the perfect project to get me going again!x


Well done on getting the pattern done - mind if I add a link to my original post on the Yarn Walk? x

J Delaney

Excellent. I have a two hour train journey tomorrow. All my current projects are blankets at the stage of being too big to take along for the ride. Now I have a project.

Rachael Iddon

Your grannies look lovely. I quite like the dc method too though. I am trying to get my local knitting/stitching group to do this ready for our town show so I will be very thankful for the inspiration that this will spread to them. I bet you end up with more triangles than the picture at the top - fingers crossed!


sounds great, hopefully you will be inundated with triangles. I'm definitely in. Sue

Purple princess

I'm in!

Tracy Abraham

I would totally LOVE to help out and am going to start tomorrow, look forward to getting the address to send to :) xxx

H Ashby

I can't wait to get started on the granny style bunting ! Lovely to think that some of my crafting will be gently blowing in the wind up in Yorkshire.


So lovely this is. I like I like
Hug for sharing


I would love to participate! Anything to return some love to you, Lucy, for all of the time, effort and joy you spread. :)


I love love love the bunting, a nearby town had knited and crocheted bunting made for the oylmpic and jubilee and it looked amazing. Your granny bunting is Fab it's going to look great x


Definitely count me in for making bunting! What a wonderful idea! Can't wait to find some free time to get hooking!

Sarah Johnstone

Granny bunting? Genius. I'll have a root around in my stash and see what I can find!






I would love to have a go and make some bunting for you Lucy.I'm still learning but with your fab tutorials,I'm sure I can do it.Hugs xx


Thanks for the steam blocking tutorial - that's so handy to know and the triangles look so perfect :)


I am going to try !!!!!


Count me in too! I can't get to Yarndale but it will make up for it if I can think that I have contributed to all the fun with some bunting created at the most nortern point in the UK! Maybe I could use Shetland wool or must it be Acrylic?


made some already in anticipation! as LeeAnn said, its a pleasure to repay the joy you bring in to my life- a smile, some sunshine and lots of colour to my otherwise drab day! and a reminder that actually I can find some smiles, sunshine and colour in my own life too - we love you Lucy!


Count me in.I have already bought my ticket and would love to help with the bunting.Can't wait to get hooking!

The House of Jones

Ooohhhh bunting! I have just finished my own little string of bunting, and I tried blocking for the very first time. I didn't have a spritzy bottle and didn't think of this iron pffffft technique - instead, me and my crochet all pinned out went and stood in the rain for 10 mins. It seems to have worked!!

I'd love to make some bunting flags :) ooh and Breaking News:: me and my friend are hoping to make the journey north to Yarndale. EXCITED!

Jones x

Candice Eyden

I'm in, I'll be very excited to see it when I come to Yarndale! Super excited! I'll have to tell my hubby is jumper is on hold lol.


Yes, I'm in and have lots of Stylecraft waiting for a project. It will be lovely to see it all when I come to Yarndale and I think it's good that lots of people can get involved.

Thanks Lucy!!


I'm in too :-) got one on the hook right now! X

emma from toadstool tales

Yes I'm in Lucy ... I can't make yarndale(boo hoo) so this will be my way of being there. Looking forward to getting busy ... Just finishing a bobble blanket and then I'll be hooking up a triangle shaper storm! X

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