Perfect Party Pennant Garland

It’s time to celebrate! Whether your parting planning includes a birthday, holiday, or National Crochet Month, a custom crochet pennant garland is a great way to set the scene!

Perfect Party Pennant Garlands - free #crochet pattern

This free crochet pennant garland pattern is completely customizable. The flags are made from the bottom up, so you can make them exactly the size you want – sweet and small or big and bold! Add letters, holiday appliques, or mix up the colors. How special will your little ones feel with their own birthday garlands? The possibilities are endless!

Perfect Party Pennant Garlands - free #crochet pattern

Perfect Party Pennant Garland

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  • US-F, 3.75mm hook
  • Any worsted weight yarn – each flag as shown uses about 40 yds total, with additional required for rope/swag (Peaches & Creme in White and Sunshine shown)
  • Video tutorials: sc, dc, and working into the edge

For Each Flag:
Row 1: Ch 2, work 3 dc in the 2nd ch from hook. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2: Ch 2 (does not count as a st), work 2 dc in the 1st st, dc in the next st, work 2 dc in the last st. Turn. (5 sts)

Row 3: Ch 2, work 2 dc in the 1st st, dc in each st to last st, work 2 dc in last st. Turn.

Repeat Row 3 until the pennant is the desired size. As shown, go to Row 17. Break yarn and finish off.

For the Rope/Swag:
Chain a rope or swag long enough for all the flags to fit, plus some extra at the ends for hanging, I recommend doing this with a separate skein if possible, and not breaking the yarn or finishing off until the flags are all attached and you can see how long it needs to be for certain.

Edging the Flags and Joining to the Rope:
With the edging color, join with a sl st to the top left corner of the first flag. Sc evenly along the edge to the bottom point. Work 3 sc into the bottom point, then sc evenly along up to the top. At the top right corner, work 2 sc into the corner stitch. Then, positioning the rope behind the top row of the flag, sc in each st along the top of the flag, enclosing the rope in each stitch. At the end of the row, drop the rope and work an additional sc in the side of the top left corner. Break the yarn and seamless join to the first edging sc. Weave in ends. Repeat this process for each flag.

So who will you make a crochet pennant garland for? They’re festive and fun and very green! They make a great tradition when used year after year, and are so much nicer than cheap paper and plastic. I can’t wait to see what you all do with this pattern!

Written pattern copyright Tamara Kelly 2013. Please do not reprint, or repost this pattern, but please do link to this page to share this pattern with others. You may sell items made from this pattern, but please include a link to www.mooglyblog.com on the online listing, or on the sale tag if selling at a craft fair, storefront, or other in person sales.

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  1. 1

    Sara says

    A lovely idea… I love how this one has endless possibilities! Linking up tomorrow at Tangled Happy. Thanks for sharing this fun idea! :)

    • 4

      moogly says

      Hi Brenda! I’m so glad you like it! I used my own letters, which I’m hoping to release the patterns for very soon! :D

  2. 8

    roxie says

    this is really neat, do you have any idea when you will have the letters done? i looked on line and was not happy with any i found your patterns are all so wonderful and easy to follow

  3. 10

    Beth C says

    Thank you so much! I can’t wait to make one of these for my sons 1st birthday party with his name on it:o)

  4. 11

    lauren says

    Did you “kill” the acrylic after making these? My pendants seem to be rolling up on the bottom tips. Would “killing” the acrylic help them lay flatter?

  5. 16

    Hometown Hooker says

    I LOVE the ideas that come to mind – I’ve never done craft fairs, but am looking to start and I think I’ll be using these – either with my biz name OR with Happy on one, and Holidays below…

    But, I’m starting one soon for my kids’ room to hang above their beds. ;) Thanks for sharing.

  6. 18

    Alexis says

    Rather than chain a rope, do you think it would be possible to border all the pennants, and then fsc up to the first pennant, then sc into the top, and repeat? Wouldn’t that make it so you wouldn’t have to pre measure the rope?
    I’m a relative beginner, so would love your input before I try and modify this to use fsc rather than chain.
    I love all your patterns and videos :-) they’re great for beginners learning new techniques!

    • 19

      Tamara Kelly says

      Absolutely! There are several different methods you could use, and they each have their virtues. :D Thank you so much!

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