Papillon. Crochet Pin Free Pattern for Kids & Women | My Little CityGirl. Home » Patterns » 2010, Creations, Free patterns, Patterns » Papillon. Crochet Pin Free Pattern for Kids & Women This miniature crocheted butterfly not only announce the sunny days ahead, but such wonderful accent for a hat, sweater, halter, bag or scarf… well, you name it! For fun fashion hair accents, attach clips or barrettes to the back instead of pin or brooch back. This beautiful Butterfly pin work up quickly and make great gifts too.
Can be made in any colors combination with any yarn you would decide. This eBook is available for download for FREE. NOTE: to download pattern, click on papillon_pin_v1.pdf (not PDF Adobe Icon) to open a pdf and then save or print the pattern. Skill level: beginner * The pattern involves crochet skills ONLY. 5 pages, 4 pictures, a schematic Please read and follow my copyright info. P.S.: Did I even mention that the Spring is my MOST favorite theme to design for?!! 70439A. Dragonfly Applique Free Crochet Pattern. Black Butterfly Laces. There is a whole spread of beautiful crochet butterflies in Duplet 127. The idea was to connect small butterfly lace motifs to make a larger butterfly. There are also some examples of using the motifs to make a doily.
I tried making one of the smaller butterfly laces and here is what I came up with – three butterfly motifs joined together to make a simple choker. Black Butterfly Laces Then I wrote the pattern down, together with the modifications that I made to working the motif. The original pattern is completed in about 6 rows, but I was able to complete it in only 3 rows, there being less turns in the modified version. I also add the pattern for making the ties. Crocheting the butterfly can be tricky if you’re not used to making tr and dtr stitches.
The sc’s over the long chains may also look wonky as you work them, So you will need to occasionally even out the stitches over the chain as you work, flattening the stitches every now and then. Happy Crocheting! PS. Butterfly Laces Ch 6. Ties: Seaside Butterfly. Seaside Butterfly by Fatima Lasay Skill Level: Intermediate Finished Measurements: Butterfly motif measures approximately 4” wide x 2” high Yarn: Multi-color crochet cotton thread size 8 Hook: Steel crochet hook size Japan 3 or US 10 Steel (1.3mm) Gauge: Exact gauge is not crucial for this pattern. Notions: Needle and matching-color thread Dark purple cotton woven or synthetic leather string Lobster claw clasp set Silver craft wire2 medium size crimpers 4 pearl beads (2.5mm) 5 pearl beads (5mm) Instructions: Special Stitches: 3-Treble Bobble: (3-tr Bobble): In same base st, [yo twice and draw up a loop 3 times, yo and draw through all loops on hook.
Motifs: 6-Petal Flower with Picot Tips: (Make 2) With multi-color thread, ch 5. Arrange the motifs face up, pin them together then turn over and sew at the back, Rings: (Make 6) With multi-color thread, ch 4, sl st in 1st ch to form ring. Rnd 1: Ch 1, 10 sc in ring. 3-Petal Flower: (Make 4) Assembly/Finishing: Attaching the ties and clasp. » Butterfly Shade Pulls Crochet Pattern » Free Crochet Patterns at CrochetNow.com.
MATERIALS- J. & P. Coats Tatting-Crochet, Size 70, 1 ball each of No. 32 Purple, No. 76 China Blue and No. 4 Pink … Milwards Steel Crochet Hook No. 13 . . . A bone ring, 1/2 inch in diameter. LARGE WING (Make 2) … Starting at center with Purple, ch 24. 1st row: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, half dc in next ch, dc in next ch, tr in next ch, d tr in next 15 ch, tr in next ch, dc in next ch, half dc in next ch, sc in next ch. Break off. Now work around as follows: 1st rnd: Attach Blue to first sc, 3 sc in same sc, sc in each st across, 3 sc in last sc; working along opposite side of starting chain, make sc in each ch across.
Join with sl st to first sc. 2nd rnd: Sc in same place as sl st, * ch 5, skip 1 sc, sc in next sc. SMALL WING (Make 2) . . . 1st row.- Sc in 2nd ch from hook, half dc in next ch, dc in next ch, tr in next 8 ch, dc in next ch, half dc in next ch, sc in next ch. BODY . . . HEAD . . . ANTENNAE . . . CORD . . . Crochet Resources... Rainbow Butterfly Mobile. Crocheted Butterfly Pattern - Crochet a Pretty Butterfly. By Gloria Deeser The scrap crochet pattern for this pretty butterfly is a lovely way to use up scrap yarn - add a magnet to use as a fridgie or a straight stick to use as a butterfly plant poke. What you will need: Size G crochet hook Small amount of 4-ply yarn(Choose at least 2 colors of yarn) one large chenille stem Instructions: Ch 8 and connect with slip stitch, ch 3row 1: Put 23 DC in the circle, join to the top of the ch 3, finish off and add second color..ch 3 row 2: In the space right next to the ch 3 put 2 dc and 1 ch and 3 dc *skip 3 dc and in between the stitches put 3 dc and ch 1 and 3 dc* repeat till their are 8 clusters made..join to the top of the ch 3...ch 1 row 3: In the next ch space put *8 dc, skip 3 dc and put 1 sc in that space* continue around till the end join and fasten off...add 1 st color used and ch 1 row 4 sc around the butterfly and join in the ch 1 and fasten off fold the butterfly in half Print this Page.
Papillon_pin_v1. Free Crochet - Learn How to Do This Free Crochet Craft at WomansDay.com! Project excerpted from Super-Super Cute Crochet: Discover 35 Fun and Fluffy Friends to Crochet A lepidopterist is somebody who studies butterflies, and anybody who saw this beautiful example would no doubt have to take some time to admire the wings that are bursting with pretty colors. You don’t have to use the yarns we’ve suggested; choose your own color schemes to give your butterfly a unique appearance. Finished size: approx. 6 in. (15 cm) long Materials •10g DK/light worsted yarn in Green (MC) •10g same in Blue (A) •10g same in Pink (B) •5g same in Orange (C) •E/4 (3.5mm) crochet hook •Stuffing •Pair of 5mm beads or safety eyes•Yarn needle Abbreviations: ch chain; dc double crochet; foll following; inc increase; rep repeat; sc single crochet; sc2tog insert hook in st and draw up a loop.
Body Using MC, ch6, join with ss to make a ring. Top wing (make 2) Using A, ch9, join with ss to make a ring. Bottom wing (make 2) Using A, ch6, join with ss to make a ring. View Single Post - Another Butterfly Bookmark. Please send me a pm if you find any errors.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Another Butterfly Bookmark Copyright to Champygirl January 2, 2010 Materials:Size 10 thread in black and variegated threadSize 7 steel hook (1.65mm)Needle (to weave in ends) Finish size: Butterfly part- 1 ½”h x 1 ¼”w” inches, Bookmark as a whole- about 16 ½”h inches Directions: Body: With Black ch6, join with sl st to first chain to form ring. Finish off and weave in ends. Wings: Wing 1: Join variegated with sc to 3rd dc from 2nd antenna, 15 hdc in next ch7 space, skip next dc 1sc in next dc, skip next dc, 14 hdc in next ch7 space, 1 sc and sl st in same ch7 space.(29hdc, 3sc, 1 sl st) Finish off.
Wing 2: Join variegated with sl st to next ch7 space from bottom part of wing 1, ch1, 1 sc and 14 hdc in same ch7 space, skip next dc, 1 sc in next dc, skip next dc, 15 hdc in next ch7 space, 1 sc in next dc.(29hdc, 3 sc, 1 sl st) Bookmark part: Tassel: Cut 3-10”inch strands of thread in the black and then cut 5 strands in the variegated. Quick and Easy Butterfly Pattern... This is the first original pattern that I've written up. It's really quick and easy and I intend to use some of these butterflies on a scrapbook layout and on the front of some cards as they are only 4 inches wide using mercerised cotton thread (5 count) and a 2mm hook. Hopefully you folks will like it There are detailed close-up photos posted on my blog (click the links).I have used US stitch names.
Mandy The Blue Butterfly You need: Cotton Thread (5 count) in 2 colours2 mm hook Butterfly Body First color. Row 1 8 chain Row 21 ch, 1sc in second chain from the hook, 6hdc, 1sc, cast-off. First Wing (TOP RIGHT) Change to second color. Count down the body to the second stitch on top right of butterfly body and insert hook. Row 19 chain Row 21 ch, 1sc in second ch from hook, 1hdc, 6dc, 1sc, 1ss into body of butterfly, second hdc from top. Turn over the crochet to the wrong side and ss across the body ready for the top left wing. Second Wing (TOP LEFT) As first wing. Third Wing (BOTTOM RIGHT) Row 2. Fancy Crocheted Thread Butterfly - Cheri's Crochet. Butterfly on left is made out of size 80 thread using size 12 or 13 hook.
Butterfly on right is made out of size 10 thread using size 7 or 8 hook. Please do not post my patterns or my photos anywhere on the web. These free patterns were shared with you so you could make items for yourself, or to give as gifts. Very Old Pattern Adapted by Cheri Mancini (c) 2002 LOWER WINGS (corrected 1/10/05): Row 1: Ch 13, dtr in 13th chain from hook, ch 12, slst in same ch.
Row 2: 3 sc on next ch 3, 15 sc in next loop, 1 sc in dtr, 15 sc in next loop, slst between loops, 15 sc in next loop, 1 sc in dtr, 15 sc in next loop. Row 3: Slst in next 3 sc. Row 4: Ch 2, 7 sc in next loop, 8 sc in next loop. *(3 sc, ch 6, slst in last sc for a p [PICOT = ch 6] and 3 sc) in next loop, 1 sc between dc*. LEFT UPPER WING: Row 1: Ch 8, slst in 1st ch crocheted.
Row 2: (Ch 6, sk 1 hdc, sc in next hdc) 3 times. RIGHT UPPER WING: Repeat Row 1 of LEFT UPPER WING. Click on flowers to return to index. Butterfly Pattern. Crochet Butterfly. I use these crochet butterflies on many different items in my shop, and are my favorite little applique to add some whimsy and fun to just about anything.
Whether a nursery crochet rug, baby blanket, winter hat, or wall art, you can alter the size and texture with various yarns and colors to match your decor. I wanted to share how i make them, so we can all decorate and make our lives just a little bit prettier. For this tutorial, I use Stitch Nation Peruvian Wool in the Ivory Color and a size J crochet hook. The only other tools you will need are a tapestry needle and scissors. This makes a chunky textural butterfly, and after I crocheted her (I dub this one a girl) I actually thought she looked a bit like a moth and was inspired by a silk moth to make her antennae a bit thicker at the top (more on that later).
To make a more delicate butterfly, you can use crochet thread, as I did with this applique on the amigurumi tea pot handle. Sl st and then ch 6. Ch 25. Flutterby. Flutterby Sarah Cooper 2009Materials ~ Any of the Following #10 thread & #7 hook#3 thread & E hookSport weight yarn & F hookWW yarn & G hook*Pattern worked in #3 thread and size E hook Begin ~ Ch4, tr in 4th ch from hook, ch4, slst into the 1st ch, where the tr was made. 1st Side, Top Wing ~ Slst into the 1st ch4 loop, ch6, slst in 2nd ch from the hook, (picot) 2tr in the ch4 loop, 3dc in the same ch4 loop, ch2, slst in the same ch4 loop. 1st Side, Bottom Wing ~ Ch3, make 2dc, keeping last loop on hook, (you will have 3 loops total) yarn over and pull through all loops on hook, ch2, slst in the 2nd ch from the hook, (picot) ch3, slst in the same ch4 loop. 2nd Side Bottom Wing ~ *Working in the next ch4 loop for all sts this side. 2nd Side, Top Wing ~ Ch2, 3dc, 2tr, ch2, slst in the second ch from the hook, (picot) ch4, slst in the same ch4 loop.
Sarah Cooper 2009 Attached Thumbnails. Butterfly. Beginner’s Butterfly. By Erin Burger – 19 Comments These beginner’s butterflies would be great used as an applique on pretty much anything! Blankets, scarfs, beanies, you name it and you could stick one of these simple butterflies on it. The butterfly is made all in one round, so it’s super fast to crochet! Finished Size: 3″ (7.62 cm) wide across the wings, 3 1/2″ (8.89 cm) long Gauge: not needed for this pattern Need help understanding the abbreviations and symbols? Crochet Pattern: Beginner’s Butterfly Make 2 Round 1: ch 4, join with sl sl to first ch to form ring, ch 3, 3 tr into ring, ch 3, sl st into ring, ch 2, 2 dc into ring, ch 2, sl st into ring, sc in next st from hook and in next 4 sts up center of butterfly, ch 5, break off.
Finishing: Holding the two wings together whip stitch (see How to Whip stitch in Crochet for more info) them together starting at the bottom and ending before the ‘antennae’ begins. Have any questions or comments on this pattern? Butterfly of Yarn Bookmark. Hi. I figure I would try to come up with another bookmark pattern for those who either cant work with thread or don't like to. This is what a came up with. This is great for using up scraps and there is no weaving in ends in this pattern, because one end is use for the antennas and the other can be incorporated into the tassel. Please send me a pm if you find any errors. Butterfly of Yarn Bookmark Copyright to champygirl June 13, 2010 Materials: Worsted Weight yarn (4 ply works best)Size E hook (3.50) Finish Size: Bookmark as a whole - 18”inches, Butterfly – about 2”h x 1 ½”w at its widest.
Notes: Please read. Work over tail as you go, this will ensure the tail will be at top of buttery when finishing wings of butterfly. When starting the butterfly the 6th chain from hook (or first chain made) is your starting chain. The Starting hole is the hole created by working all those stitches into the starting chain (first chain made or 6th chain from hook.) Directions: Enjoy!!!! Butterfly Friends Bookmark and Roaming Butterfly Bookmark. Butterfly bookmarks. Once upon a time... I found a pattern for a 3D butterfly in a Polish magazine "Diana Robótki Extra" 2/2006, BPV Polska Sp. z o.o., www.bpv.pl).
After making hundreds of them I started to think how to make the flat one. Finally I created those butterflies that I used for bookmarks. They are different than the original pattern, but I mention the one from the magazine, because it was my inspiration . I asked the publisher and he agreed that I share the pattern modified by me. Ch 7, join to form a ring. 1)Ch 3 (=1st dc), dc in ring, (ch 3, 3 dc in ring) 3 times, ch 3, 2 dc in ring. Ch 7, join to form a ring. 1)Ch 3 (=1st dc), 2 dc in ring, (ch 4, 3 dc in ring) 3 times, ch 4, 3 dc in ring, ch 1. For the tassel make a long chain of a few threads, then sew it to the butterfly. I starch the butterfly and the part of the tassel that is the butterfly’s body. Attached Thumbnails. 3-D Butterfly. Materials: (US) size 7 steel hook, size 10 cotton thread for main color, 6 inch piece of contrasting color size 10 cotton thread for body (or use main color), 2 stitch markers, fabric stiffener (optional) Finished Size: 2.5 inches x 1.5 inches at widest points Special Stitches: Picot: ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch from hook Double Treble (dtr): yo 3 times, insert hook in designated st, yo, draw up loop, (yo, draw through 2 loops on hook) 4 times ch 5, join with sl st in 5th ch from hook to form loop Round 1: ch 3, 2 dc in loop, ch 2, [3 dc in loop (shell made), ch 2] 7 times, join with sl st in top of beg ch 3. (8 shells) Round 2: sl st in each of next 2 sts, sl st into ch sp, ch 3, (2 dc, ch 3, 3 dc) in same sp, [(3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch sp], 7 times, join with sl st in top of beg ch 3. (16 shells) Finishing: 1. 2. 3. 4.
Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 4 Finished 3-D Butterfly Pattern designed and written by April Moreland © 2010 All rights reserved. Free Spring Butterflies Crochet Pattern. Simple Butterfly Motif. Crochet Nature Motif: Clouded Yellow Butterfly : Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) about Knitting and Crochet.