- Upton House and Gardens
- 7,550 metre(s)
- United Kingdom (Banbury)
The longest knitted bunting line is 7,550 m (24,770 ft 3 in) and was achieved by Upton House and Gardens (UK) in Banbury, UK, as measured on 11 October 2016.
The bunting line was made up of 31,119 knitted flags. A total of 996 people from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and across Europe, knitted flags for the bunting line. The youngest knitter was 9 and the oldest 98 years old. The organisers claimed a number of flags were knitted by people currently housebound providing a connection with the outside world. Several hundred triangles were knitted by a woman local to the area who is registered blind and was encouraged by the attempt to take up her knitting needles once more.