Happy Saturday everyone,
I decided to put my problems with aol behind me, and focus on happy thoughts. Butterflies make me very happy, and I have a free pattern for a crocheted butterfly on my web site www.margarethubertoriginals.com. I thought that I would share it with you here. I managed to get the text here, but the picture would not "take". In addition, I cannot get the underlining to stop. Every time that I try, the whole message disappears, so the underlining stays! I will try again to get the butterfly picture up. There are days that I definitely feel that the Internet is not for sissies :-)!
Happy weekend everyone
The size of your butterfly will depend on the yarn that you use and the size of the hook that is used:
Chain 15, join with a slip st to the first ch (forming a large loop) Chain 15, join with a slip st in the same st as you joined the first loop, you now have 2 loops , chain 10, join with a slip st in the same st as other loops are joined, chain 10, join in the samest again. You now have 2 chain 15 loops and 2 chain 10 loops.
Work as follows: working over the chain of the first chain 15 loop *work 5 sc, chain 4, 1 sc, ch 6, 1 sc, ch 8, 1 sc, ch 10, 1 sc, ch 8, 1 sc, ch 6, 1 sc, ch 4, 5 sc. Working in 2nd ch 15 loop, repeat from * once. Now working over the ch of the next ch 10 loop *Work 2 sc, ch 4, 1 sc, ch 6, 1 sc ch 8, 1 sc, ch6, 1 sc ch 4, 2 sc, repeat from * in the 2nd chain 10 loop. Join slip to beg ch, end off, leaving a 6” length of yarn, wrap this around center to form body of butterfly, tie a knot underneath body.
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