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Posted on 14 April 2020
The Jaycee Butterfly Shawl is a crochet butterfly shawl mainly made with double crochet
stitches and chains. A fun project for advanced crocheters or adventurous beginners. I’ve
used self -striping yarn for a unique color fade effect. This butterfly shawl i s part of
my special series of patterns dedicated to extended family (people with the same rare
tumor as I).
Get the free pattern below or purchase the ad -free PDF version of this pattern
on Etsy and Ravelry . The PDF is d esigned for printing and this way you can support me!
Jaycee Butterfly Shawl
 Favorite this pattern on Ravelry (thank you!)
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About Jaycee
This crochet butterfl y shawl is dedicated to Jaycee (8) from Nampa, Idaho. Jaycee and I
were born with the same rare condition. She is one of the happiest girls I’ve ever met:
always smiling and making fun. Jaycee’s family lives in San Diego who she visits often.
Last Septembe r we happened to be there at the exact same time (when I visited Vela).
We got to hang out together and I gave her the Jaycee Butterfly Shawl.
Look! The shawl matched perfectly with her outfit! ��

About the design
The shawl is inspired by Jaycee’s happiness. When I think of Jaycee, I think of butterflies.
I decided to make a simple repetitive shawl featuring a butterfly stitch.
I’ve used a self -striping yarn with pink and blue. I don’t know why, but when I think of
Jaycee, I think of these colors. Guess what? She wore the same colors on the day we
met!

About the pattern

For this shawl you can use any yarn ; I’ve used a gradient yarn cake (fingering weight).
The shawl is mainly made with (front post) double crochet stitches and chains. This
design features butterflies and raised shell stitches forming beautiful waves.
The entire pattern is made out of 10 rows that can be repeated as many times as you
want. This way you can easily adapt the pattern for a kids’ size or adult size . Below you
can find a video tutorial which shows you how to make this shawl step by step.

About this special series of patterns
I was born with a (benign) tumor in my face. For more than 22 years my doctors did not
know what was going on. In 2017 I finally got diagnosed with an ultra rare condition. I
immediately started searching for other people and so far I’ve found about 40 peo ple in
the whole wide world. It’s amazing how many similarities we have and how much we look
alike. Many of my upcoming patterns will be special designs inspired by my new
‘extended family ’.

> Read more about me
> Read more about this special series of patterns

Crochet Butterfly Shawl
Materials
– Gradient yarn cake (fingering weight, 3ply, 1.095 yards / 1.000, 200g). I needed exactly
170g/750m, so a 800m cake should work as well. The yarn I used is not available
internationally, but I’ve found a seller on Etsy who sells gradient yarn cakes in the USA.
The colors are very similar to my colors, but keep in mind that it’s not 100% the
same. Click here to read about other alternati ves in the USA.
– Crochet hook 4mm (US G/6 hook)
– Stitch marker
– Clover tassel maker
– Clover bent tip tapestry needle set Chibi
Finished size
Height: 56 cm / 22″
Width: 170 cm / 67”
Gauge
20 dc and 10 rows equal 10 cm x 10 cm / 4” square
Stitches & abbreviations
– st: stitch
– sl st: slip stitch
– ch : chain
– ch -sp: chain space
– sc: single crochet
– dc: double crochet
– dtr: double treble crochet (same as dc, but yarn over 3 times before starting)
– fpdc: front post double crochet
Notes
– This pattern is written in US terminology
– Shawl is worked to p down

– Shawl is worked in rows: we turn our work at the end of each row
– First 3 chains count as the first stitch
– Stitch count does not include 2 center chains
– It is helpful to place a marker in the first, center and last stitches and move it up wit h
every row
Video
Below you can find a video of this crochet shawl tutorial
* Click here to watch the video on YouTube
Pattern
** Note: You can purchase the ad -free PDF version of this pattern on Etsy and Ravelry .
The PDF is designed for printing and this way you can support me! **
Ch 4, sl st to first ch t o form a ring. Or begin with a magic circle .
Row 1:
ch 3, 2 dc into ring, ch 2, 3 dc into ring, turn (6)
Row 2:
ch 3, 4 dc in first st, skip 2 dc,
(1 sc, ch 2, 1 sc) in center ch -sp,
skip 2 dc, 5 dc in last st, turn (12)
Row 3:
ch 3, 2 dc in first st,
1 fpdc in each st to center ch -sp,
(1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in center ch -sp,
1 fpdc in each st to end,
3 dc in last st, turn (18)
Row 4:
ch 3, 4 dc in first st, skip 2 dc,
*1 sc in next st, skip 2 s t, 5 dc in next st, skip 2 st* to center ch -sp,
(1 sc, ch 2, 1 sc) in center ch -sp,
*skip 2 st, 5 dc in next st, skip 2 st, 1 sc in next st* to end,
skip 2 st, 5 dc in last st, turn (24)
Row 5:
ch 3, 2 dc in first st,

1 fpdc in each st to center ch -sp,
(1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in center ch -sp,
1 fpdc in each st to end,
3 dc in last st, turn (30)
Row 6:
ch 3, 2 dc in first st,
1 dc in each st to center ch -sp,
(1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in center ch -sp,
1 dc in each st to end,
3 dc in last st, turn (36)
BUTTERFLY
Row 7:
ch 3, 2 dc in first st,
ch 7, skip 7 st, *1 dc in next 3 st, ch 7, skip 7 st* to center ch -sp,
(1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in center ch -sp,
ch 7, skip 7 st *1 dc in next 3 st, ch 7, skip 7 st* to end,
3 dc in last st, turn (42)
Row 8:
ch 3, 2 dc in first st, 1 dc in next 2 st,
ch 7, skip 7 ch, *1 dc in next 3 st, ch 7, skip 7 ch* repeat to center ch -sp, 1 dc in next st,
(1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in center ch -sp,
1 dc in next st, ch 7, skip 7 ch, *1 dc in next 3 st, ch 7, skip 7 ch* repeat to end,
1 dc in next 2 st, 3 dc in l ast st, turn (48)
Row 9:
ch 3, 2 dc in first st, 1 dc in next 3 st,
*2 dc in next dc, ch 2, dtr in 4th dc from row 6, ch 2, 2 dc in next dc, 1 dc in next dc* to
center ch -sp,
(1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in center ch -sp,
*1 dc in next dc, 2 dc in next dc, ch 2, dtr in 4th dc from row 6, ch 2, 2 dc in next dc* to
end,
1 dc in next 3 st, 3 dc in last st, turn (54)
Row 10:
ch 3, 2 dc in first st, 1 dc in next 2 st,
*1 dc in next 5 st, 2 dc in next ch -2 sp, 1 dc in next dtr, 2 dc in next ch -2 sp* to center ch -
sp, 1 dc in next 4 st,

(1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in center ch -sp,
1 dc in next 4 st, *2 dc in next ch -2 sp, 1 dc in next dtr, 2 dc in next ch -2 sp, 1 dc in next 5
st* to end,
1 dc in next 2 st, 3 dc in last st, turn (60)
Row 11:
ch 3, 2 dc in first st,
1 sc in each st to center ch -sp,
(1 sc, ch 2, 1 sc) in center ch -sp,
1 sc in each st to end,
3 dc in last st, turn (66)
Row 12:
repeat row 4 (72)
Row 13:
repeat row 5 (78)
Repeat
Row 14 – 63:
repeat row 4 – 13 (see table below)
Stitch count
The table below shows the amount of stitches you should have at the end of each row.
Note that stitch count does not include 2 center chains and the first 3 chains count as 1
dc.

Tassels (optional)
Make 3 tassels (one for each end of the shawl).

1. Wrap the yarn around your hand or phone 50 times or until you find it thick enough. Cut
two more strands which are about 40 cm / 16″.
2. Fold one strand around one of the two ends. Tie a tight knot.
3. Cut the yarn on the bottom (opposite of your knot)

4. Fold the other strand around the top of your tassel, about 1 cm from the top knot.
Secure tight.
5. Trim the bottom

Blocking

Although the shawl should come out with straight edges, it’s always recommended to
block a shawl. This way you will get the perfect shape and straight edges if you didn’t
have already. I wrote a blocking tutori al here .
Share a picture!
If you are going to make this crochet butterfly shawl,
please tag me @wilmawestenberg on Instagram and add this pattern to
your Ravelry queue. I would love to see what colors you used and feature some of your
pictures!
Questions?
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Group . I created this group for you to share pictures/ progress, ask questions and to help
each other out.
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