Bountiful_Butterflies

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MATERIALS
 Medium (worsted) weight cotton yarn was used for the butterflies pictured .
o Lily Sugar'n Cream (70.9 g / 2.5 oz per skein) in Hot Pink, Strawberry, Watermelon,
Mango, Yellow, Hot Green, Mod Green, Blueberry, Grape, and Soft Violet
o I Love This Cotton (100 g / 3.5 oz per skein) in Turquoise and Brown (butterfly body)
 Size H/8/5mm crochet hook – used for the butterfly wings
 Size I/9/5.5mm crochet hook – used for the butterfly body
 Tapestry needle

GAUGE
Gauge is not critical. Butterfly size will vary with different yarns and hooks used. The butterflies
pictured where made with a s ize H hook and medium/worsted weight yarn . Each butterfly measure d
nearly 3” across at its widest point.

ABBREVIATIONS USED
st(s) = stitch(es) sl st = slip stitc h hdc = half double crochet
ch = chain sc = single crochet dc = double crochet

INSTRUCTIONS
BUTTERFLY
The butterfly is made using three colors: one for the inner part of wings, one for the outer part of wings ,
and one for the body.
 With H-hook and chosen color for inner part of wings, ch 4, sl st to 1 st ch to form a small ring.
 Round 1: ch 3, sl st into ring, ch 4, sl st into ring, ch 4, sl st into ring, ch 3, sl st into ring – 2 ch 3
loops & 2 ch 4 loops [Figure 1]
 Round 2: 6 sc into first ch 3 l oop, 8 sc into first ch 4 loop, 8 sc into next ch 4 loop, 6 sc into last
ch 3 loop , sl st to first sc, fasten off – 28 sc [Figure 2]

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 Round 3 (to make this round easier to read, each butterfly wing is listed separately) :
o 1st wing: ins ert hook into 1 st sc from Round 2, and pull up chosen color for outer part of
wings, ch 1, 1 sc into next st, 1 hdc into next st, 2 dc into next st, 1 sc into next st, sl st
into next st, sl st into center ring (the beginning ch -4 ring) ,
o 2nd wing: sl st into next st, 1 sc into next st, 2 dc into each of next 3 sts, 1 hdc into next
st, 1 sc into next st, sl st into next st, sl st into center ring ,
o 3rd wing: sl st into next st, 1 sc into next st, 1 hdc into next st, 2 dc into each of next 3
sts, 1 sc into next st, sl st in to next st, sl st into center ring,
o 4th wing: sl st into next st, 1 sc into next st, 2 dc into next st, 1 hdc into next st, 1 sc into
next st, sl into next st, sl st into center ring, sl st to first first ch 1 , fasten off and weave in
ends. [Figure 3]
 Butterfly body: The body is worked using 2 strands of yarn held together ( go up 1 hook size ).
Leave a 6” yarn tail at the start, then c h 6. Leaving a 6” yarn tail, fasten off.

Attaching butterfly body to wing s: Position butterfly body on top of wing s. Using a tapestry needle, or
hook, pull the ends from the body through to the back of the butterfly [Figure 4] . Do this at both ends
of the ch -6 body. For the yarn tails at the bottom/base of the butterfly, knot these ends together at the
back of the butterfly then weave in ends. For the yarn tails at the top/head of the butterfly, bring those
ends back to the front of the butterfly and knot the yarn tails together, then cut the ends leaving a bit of
length for antennae [Figures 5 & 6] .
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