March - Daisy Chain Bunting

Daisy Chain Bunting

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Oh hello, spring! March's box is here and it's full of the joys of, well, daisies!

Our next box is packed with 8 balls of pastels shades and green hues for you to hook up the Daisy Chain Bunting.

This project was inspired by botanical illustrations, with a little bit of stitching to evoke that line-drawing feel. The bunting is around 75cm long and so the perfect length to hang on a fireplace or over a doorway - scroll down to see it on my fireplace!

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What's in my box?

March's box includes...

  • 1 x 50g ball of cotton yarn
  • 7 x 25g balls of cotton yarn
  • 2 x stitch markers
  • 1 x pack of KnitPro needles
  • 1 x black and gold crochet hook
  • The printed pattern with step-by-step photos
  • A video tutorial link

As ever, I'll include a printed pattern, step by step photographs and a video tutorial, so no matter how you like to learn - I've got you covered!

What techniques will we be using?

The stitches in this months kit range from slip stitch to double crochet, half trebles and trebles. I'll show you how to make a magic loop to create the flowers, and how to crochet the leaves in a continuous branch.

The video will walk you through each part step-by-step, and there is also written instructions and charts in the printed pattern, if you prefer to follow those.

Pre-orders for this box will close on 6th March, so if you like to bag a bunting box (!) make sure you are subscribed before midnight on the 6th March to be included on our shipping list for this one. 

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As ever, let me know if you have any queries!

Lindsey x

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1 comment

This looks lovely but complicated, is it suitable for beginners, and can I just buy the March box?

Jacqueline Heavey

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