Crochet Social Distancing Bunting Pattern

Crochet Social Distancing Bunting Pattern

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Crochet Social Distancing Bunting

Crochet Social Distancing Bunting

Crochet Social Distancing Bunting

The Crochet Social Distancing Bunting has bunting is made up of 7 flag-like triangles. Spaced apart for 6 feet in between. For those using Metric of 2 metres, the pattern also has the Number 2 as an option as well.

In many stores and businesses, we are being reminded to stay 6 feet part. This bunting serves as a colourful reminder to keep the distance with giving us a visual reference point when waiting in lines.

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People who comprehend what is going on know to stay 6 feet apart. Kids that are too young, may not realize the importance but the colours and shapes can be a reminder to stay at the flag before moving forward.

Whether you add the symbol of 6 feet or 2 m to the flag or just use the flags with the reference point to stay apart is up to you. It may be a good representation of the distance without being so clinical. Also, it uses 100% cotton which makes it machine washable as well.

We are seeing clever ways to keep distances, this is something specific for crocheters to make.

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