Looky looky! How adorable is this? Fine Craft Guild have loads of free projects on their website, including a free tutorial.
It would look great as bunting or on accessories or as garment embellishments, you could even sew them onto granny squares to spice things up a little. I’d love to see it in purple and yellow, or autumn colours.
It’s all in UK terms, and looks fairly easy.
Find it all here.
– Leeloo the Tall
Via sheruknittingcom on Google + (yes, I said Google +!).
We have no words.
Other than splendiferous.
Pattern in UK terms here from Red Heart.
Crochet World mag with free butterfly pattern
The pattern is in US terms so when it asks for sc, crochet a UK DC (and that’s the only stitch you’ll need!).
A video this time – from BobWilson on youtube.
Make a cute butterfly beanie – something different! And if you vary your wool thickness, you can make it for either Summer or Winter.
She made this hat entirely in UK HTR – easy!
Today’s pattern is a clever one. Marie at marie’smaking designed a lovely pattern to make a butterfly that begins its life as a flower. She has posted lots of clear photos to help us and little tips along the way. We’ve personally tried this pattern out today and it’s easy to follow, and produces beautiful little butterflies! We’re attaching ours to a pink beanie!