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Butterfly pattern

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Crocheted Butterfly
~ This pattern is for personal & non-commercial use only ~


Materials
* Small amount of yarn or thread
* A crochet hook in suggested size for the yarn/thread you are using.

Gauge
Not important

Stitch Note
tr = treble crochet

Butterfly
Ch 3, sl st in 1st ch to form a ring.
Note: 1 round completes the butterfly. All of the stitches on Rnd 1 is worked in the ch-3 ring, and stitches need to be pushed toward the beg of the rnd as you crochet.
Rnd 1: * ch 3, 2 tr, ch 3, sl st **, [ch 2, dc, ch 2, sl st] twice, rep from * to ** once, [ch 4, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and next 2 ch, sl st] twice.
Fasten off.

Yarn ends can be used to attach the butterfly onto various things.
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The above pattern was tested only by me once so if you notice any errors, please let me know. I hope you enjoy my pattern! :)


Your support will help me keep offering free patterns.
Thank you and happy stitching!

Comments

Ulla said…
Sweet little butterfly- a promise of a coming summer

Thanks a lot.
Have a nice new week
Ulla in the north od Sweden
Mimi said…
Thanks, Chie, those would come in handy when in need of something cute and easy to add to baby booties, hats and such ;)
Chie said…
Ulla, Mimi -

Thanks for your kind comments!
Hello Chie...
I came here to visit your space and I love crochet a lot...
I'm from Brazil and I'd be so happy if you visit me.
Kisses
Lusmary
Chie said…
Lusmary -

Glad you visited my blog. :)
Your crochet is beautiful!
Chie...Here in Brazil crochet is very popular, I have a grou in Yahoo called "amocrocheembarbante"
that means: I love twine's crochet, understand?
That because it is rustic and for me, more beautiful.
You can see more abaout my crochets in:
http://luswitch.multiply.com
Ah... witch in my nickname is because i love witches.
Kisses darling
Ash said…
Just browsing but wanted to say that your patterns are really beautiful!
Chie said…
Ash -

Thanks, I'm glad you stopped by!
JL said…
Very nice finishes !

Thanks for sharing.
Anonymous said…
Those butterflies are so very cute that I had to make up a bunch and turn them into Easter cards...

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/232/448356377_88c6ed0951.jpg?v=0

Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!
Chie said…
jl -
Thanks for stopping by! Glad you like them!

anonymous-san -
Omg, I love your Easter cards!!!
Thank you so much for using my pattern. You made my day! :)
Sarah Anne said…
Chie - my mother asked me to crochet a lot of little butterflies to attach to the baby blanket she crocheted for my little niece, and I was SOOOO happy when I found your pattern! All the other butterfly patterns out there are bulky, big, and not all that cute (require crocheting a round and then folding it in half). Yours are perfect, and they whip up in no time at all! Thanks SO much for sharing your patterns with all us folks through the internet, it's a gift! Little Alexandra will love them!
Karuna said…
Hi..i live the doily you made from the japanese book..can u post the instructions? want to make this for my aunty as a gift...
Anonymous said…
have been looking for an easy patt. for my grt.grandaugh. baby blanket. your seems to be the best and easiest. i need to sew them on to squares. thanks so much.
ggett126
Cyndi said…
Thank you for a fabulous pattern! Completly understandable! Your gonna make my neices blanket rock!
Anonymous said…
I adore this butterfly pattern, thank you for sharing it. I loop a black little chain to form a body tie a knot for the head and leave enough of the ends to form atenas. Love them !
Anonymous said…
Thanks for the pattern. I used the magic ring and in one pull after crocheting the stitches there was a butterfly!

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