How weird is the start to this year’s school year?!? We chose to school our children remotely via their school districts virtual classroom option. This means we had to get chairs and a desk for the boys to work on. I found this awesome ladder desk from Better Homes and Gardens.
I absolutely had to embellish this desk and make it our own! I came up with this bunting pattern to give it a handmade touch!
We set up the desk on our dining room and I display my antique cow creamer collection in there so that explains the cows….🐄🐄🐄Anyway…….Teeny Tiny Triangle Bunting
5 mm hook(H8)
Worsted weight yarn(Red Heart super saver)Ch3
1.) SC in 2nd ch from hook. SC in next sp.(2sc). Ch1, turn.
2.) Increase(2sc) in first sp, SC in next sp(3sc). Ch1, turn.
3.) Increase(2sc) in first sp, SC in next 2 sp.(4sc). Ch1, turn.
4.) Increase(2sc) in first sp, SC in next 3 sp.(5sc). Ch1, turn.
5.) Increase(2sc) in first sp, SC in next 4 sp.(6sc). Ch1, turn.
6.) Increase(2sc) in first sp, SC in next 5 sp.(7sc). Ch1, turn.
7.) Increase(2sc) in first sp, SC in next 6 sp.(8sc). Ch1, turn.
8.) Increase(2sc) in first sp, SC in next 7 sp.(9sc.). Ch1. Do not turn.Edging:Sc evenly along the side of the triangle(about 8sc.). At the peak, ch2. SC evenly along the other side(about 8sc). Join to 1st SC of row 8 with a slst. Fasten off. Weave in ends.
Depending on how many triangles you decided to make is how long you will want your garland(ch) strand to be. For mine, I started with a ch10, continuing the garland by slip stitching the yarn through the top row of one triangle and a ch10 in between each triangle.(ch10, slst through triangle top, ch10) You will be ending with a ch 10 to finish. Play around sew what works for you! Embellish with a tassel or a mini pom pom like I did!