Butterfly Fly Away ~ Quick & Easy Crochet Pattern

I just adore Butterflies! They always seem to look like flying flower petals to me :)
I crocheted the extra large butterfly to go on one of my beanies.


Extra Large Butterfly Crochet Pattern

Supplies:
6-8ply Wool
4.50 Crochet Hook
Scissors
DMC Cross Stitch Floss


Instructions:
Start by crocheting 4 Chain Stitches. Slip Stitch into the first chain stitch to form a ring.
Crochet 4 chain stitches, then crochet 3 double Treble/Triple Stitches into the ring.
Chain 4 then slip stitch into the ring. *Repeat Once

Crochet 3 chain stitches. Then crochet 3 Treble/Triple Stitches into the ring. Then crochet 3 chain stitches the slip stitch into the ring. * Repeat Once
Fasten off.
Create abdomen and antennae by wrapping DMC floss around the middle.
Voila! Your butterfly is done!

Thank you to Little Birdie Secrets for this amazing pattern!  
Head on over to their blog to see more great patterns!

And you're done! I hope you all enjoyed that tutorial, if you have any questions, comment away!
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Have a great day crocheting!

 

5 comments:

  1. Oh, I've been wondering about how to do this!
    Thanks for the pattern! :)

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  2. I'm new to crocheting and I love your butterfly pattern. I just don't know where I'm supposed to repeat from. thanks for your help!

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    1. Hey Somer! When you get to the end of a sentence and it says *repeat you need to repeat from the start of the sentence once :) Hope this helps! Xx

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  3. In the first part of the pattern, it says double treble/triple. I know how to do both, but I'm not positive which one I need to do, since in US terms, a double is a UK treble. Or vice versa. I don't remember which. haha

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