Vintage Candy Shop Bunting - Crochet Pattern + Giveaway


On the weekends, one of my favourite pastimes is strolling through markets discovering cute and quirky little knick-knacks... The other day as I was browsing through a stall I noticed how adorable their bunting looked as it adorned a little cupboard. This immediately set the wheels in motion, and it wasn't long before I designed this sweet candy shop bunting you see above, which I happen to have just added the pattern to my Etsy and Craftsy shops!

If you're not the biggest fan of buntings, but still enjoy crocheting the odd vintage project now and then, why not create a lilac and lace vintage hat or the cutest little pearl baby hat you've ever seen?!

You can find the pattern HERE!

Size:
Corner to Corner: 5" (13cm)
Length: 79” (201cm) - Easily Adjustable

Materials:
4.50mm (7) Crochet Hook
350yds Aran Yarn (10ply) - Drops Paris
Tapestry Needle



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31 comments:

  1. What a darling bunting! At the moment I'm working on a sea breeze afghan :)

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  2. I have been crocheting a baby blanket for a dear friend.

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  3. I love the soft muted colors of this bunting. Currently I am crocheting lap blankets for all of my family members for X-Mas. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Such a cute bunting. Great colors.

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  5. Such a cute bunting. Great colors.

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  6. Currently working on a Rapunzel Scarf for my daughter

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  7. I have recently started crocheting and I am taking a lesson this weekend to start a new hat pattern! I have enjoyed your posts for a while and it is time to start for myself! Thanks! Susan

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  8. My latest crochet project would be hearts into squares, for a fellow crocheter, in the Netherlands. She is battling cancer in her lung and brain.. About 30 or so us crocheters, formed a secret group and making these squares to be all sewen together into a beautiful afghan, made with love & prayers and delivered to her.. Thanks for the chance to win the lovely bunting pattern!

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  9. No crochet for me at the moment as I'm trying to finish off a knitted cardigan and a cross stitch Christmas design!

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  10. i am currently obsessed with making dreamcatchers using a pattern by the chilly dog

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  11. joyful jubilant jumper from marly bird

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  12. I'm crocheting a baby blanket for my first grandson coming in a couple of months.

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  13. would look very cute in a nursery too!!

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  14. I like these. I am a beginner--probably getting ahead of myself in what I am attempting. I am making a throw sold by Mary Maxim called "Grace Throw". The pattern had a few mistakes, but Mary Maxim helped me out through a tough spot where the pattern did not give me a clue. I would like to post the throw, but I don't have a camera--not since Hurricane Sandy.

    Oh, I love the Newsboy hat, but when I tried to make it, my stitch count was more than you said it should be. I even used markers on it so I would not make any mistakes; but I still did.

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  15. Lovely!!!
    Thank you for your giveaway!

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  16. Very lovey! As usual your talent is amazing.

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  17. Audrey McDevitt10 May 2016 at 11:43

    Hi Olivia I just love the colour scheme of the bunting. It's so light & airy looking x

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  18. Love the bunting colors! sooo I will try the Hat idea!! Presently working on: baby blanket for my niece, crochet project bag, and ongoing multi stitch square afghan!
    Probably other projects that I am quilting; but, LOVE LOVE LOVE your designs!!

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  19. My latest crochet project is a pair of lace shorts. I couldn't find a pattern of what I wanted so I'm flying by the seat of my pants (pun intended)!

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  20. My latest crochet project is a pair of lace shorts. I couldn't find a pattern of what I wanted so I'm flying by the seat of my pants (pun intended)!

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  21. Cute bunting! I'm doing a Mandala Madness right now in rainbow colors.

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  22. Right now I am trying to decide if I want a crochet project now, or if I'd like to learn how to knit!

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  23. I love this , so adorable!

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  24. My latest crochet project...where to begin...have a couple going on and planning a few more more. The current ones are a Temperature Blanket and a Chevron Stitch curtain I saw on Moogly.

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  25. I've never heard of bunting. How does one use it?

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    2. A bunting is usually used for decorating, especially for parties. We made a bunting for an Independence Day party. It was red, white, and blue.

      My daughter crocheted a whole bunch of flowers. She didn't know what to do with them, so she strung them together into a bunting and hung it on the curtain rod in the baby's room. It is very sweet.

      Buntings can be made out of anything--paper, plastic, crochet. They are often hung from the ceiling or from tables. I usually think of flags when I think of a bunting, but they can be made out of any color scheme like the lovely one Olivia made.

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  26. I am making a baby blanket and hat and booties set for my niece's baby to be.

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  27. The latest crochet project I'm working on is a tote to carry my notebooks to church.

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  28. Thank you so much for the pattern!!

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