There are many ways to crochet triangles, we can use them triangles to make garland, buntings, edgings and combine two into diamonds, there are more uses of triangles, today Craftsy Amore is going to share a variation way to crochet puff triangles, together with crochet African Flower stitch, both are easy and fun, quick project to crochet in half an hour.
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Cast on, ch 6, sl into 1st ch and join into circle.
Ch 1, then work 8 puff st into the circle, be sure to lock each one with a ch 1.
Join by making a sl.st. into the ch 1 at the beginning of the round. Cut yarn and fasten off by pulling through to the back the work.
Change color, ch 1 and puff st 2 in every ch 1 space [16 puff sts in total]. Join by making a sl.st. into the ch 1 at the beginning of the round. Cut yarn and Fasten off.
Change color into any ch 1 space between a pair of puff stitches and ch 1. *Puff st 2 in between a pair of puff sts, ch 2, puff st 2 in the same space. Then puff st into each space between any ch1 space * 5 times*
Repeat * 2 more times. Join by making a sl st into the ch 1 space at the beginning of the round. Cut yarn and Fasten off.
Looks easy? Now it’s time to sew in and trim any ends on the reverse side, join to make blankets, or decorate your home, or whatever design you can make, enjoy.
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