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Covered Crochet Butterfly | Stitches, Free Pattern




Hello friends! Today we are going to learn how to make this beautiful crochet pattern. Butterfly covered with simple Patterns for step by step. see these ideas Yarn on how to make this Crochet in a simple way. this model is very delicate and requires a lot of attention. learn in a simple way the measurements to finish your crocheting cover. see some tips from the Crochet chart of this Crochet Butterfly model. I found this cover very charming. see some models and ideas to finalize the Pattern. here we will present a simplified step by step. follow the material used in this model see below. make your cover and put your measurements. see more ideas 

 Mini C2C is a crochet corner to corner technique using the box stitch pattern with half double Crochet Stitches. The traditional C2C technique yarns uses double Crochet Stitches. 

 WHAT IS MINI C2C IN CROCHET BLANKETS LINES



Covered in wonderful Crochet Butterfly. simple to finish. Butterfly model! I found it very delicate and very simple, see how to start making your measurements. learn patterns for crocheting quilt. easy for Beginners see the chart and follow your measurements with this step by step.


MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED Clarity (19 skeins) – letter S in written pattern Lines Peapod (2 skeins) – letter G in written pattern Caution (6 skeins) – letter O in written Pattern Asphalt Heather (9 skeins) – letter B in written Pattern Free GAUGE 6 hdc Squares x 6 Squares = 4 Square inches SIZE Blanket Crochet fits a King Size Bed 76 x 90 inches STITCHES USED IN THE PATTERN Learn all the basic Crochet Stitches hdc = half double Crochet sl st = slip Stitch ch = chain



Here are some ideas for crochet stitches. for this butterfly cover model. beautiful crocheted quilt with easy stitches to finish. see the ideas and step by step: You’ll crochet the entire C2C butterfly blanket using HDC stitches aka mini C2C in one sitting. No border was added, but you can if you prefer.

 ← Row 1 [RS]: (s) x 1 (1 square) → Row 2 [WS]: (s) x 2 (2 squares) ← Row 3 [RS]: (s) x 3 (3 squares) → Row 4 [WS]: (s) x 4 (4 squares) ← Row 5 [RS]: (s) x 5 (5 squares) → Row 6 [WS]: (s) x 6 (6 squares) ← Row 7 [RS]: (s) x 7 (7 squares) → Row 8 [WS]: (s) x 8 (8 squares) ← Row 9 [RS]: (s) x 9 (9 squares) → Row 10 [WS]: (s) x 10 (10 squares) ← Row 11 [RS]: (s) x 11 (11 squares) → Row 12 [WS]: (s) x 12 (12 squares) ← Row 13 [RS]: (s) x 13 (13 squares) → Row 14 [WS]: (s) x 14 (14 squares) ← Row 15 [RS]: (s) x 15 (15 squares) → Row 16 [WS]: (s) x 16 (16 squares) ← Row 17 [RS]: (s) x 17 (17 squares) → Row 18 [WS]: (s) x 18 (18 squares) ← Row 19 [RS]: (s) x 19 (19 squares) → Row 20 [WS]: (s) x 20 (20 squares) ← Row 21 [RS]: (s) x 21 (21 squares) → Row 22 [WS]: (s) x 22 (22 squares) ← Row 23 [RS]: (s) x 23 (23 squares) → Row 24 [WS]: (s) x 24 (24 squares) ← Row 25 [RS]: (s) x 25 (25 squares) → Row 26 [WS]: (s) x 26 (26 squares) ← Row 27 [RS]: (s) x 27 (27 squares) → Row 28 [WS]: (s) x 28 (28 squares) ← Row 29 [RS]: (s) x 29 (29 squares) → Row 30 [WS]: (s) x 30 (30 squares) ← Row 31 [RS]: (s) x 31 (31 squares) → Row 32 [WS]: (s) x 32 (32 squares) ← Row 33 [RS]: (s) x 33 (33 squares) ← Row 1 [RS]: (s) x 1 (1 square) → Row 2 [WS]: (s) x 2 (2 squares) ← Row 3 [RS]: (s) x 3 (3 squares) → Row 4 [WS]: (s) x 4 (4 squares) ← Row 5 [RS]: (s) x 5 (5 squares) → Row 6 [WS]: (s) x 6 (6 squares) ← Row 7 [RS]: (s) x 7 (7 squares) → Row 8 [WS]: (s) x 8 (8 squares) ← Row 9 [RS]: (s) x 9 (9 squares) → Row 10 [WS]: (s) x 10 (10 squares) ← Row 11 [RS]: (s) x 11 (11 squares) → Row 12 [WS]: (s) x 12 (12 squares) ← Row 13 [RS]: (s) x 13 (13 squares) → Row 14 [WS]: (s) x 14 (14 squares) ← Row 15 [RS]: (s) x 15 (15 squares) → Row 16 [WS]: (s) x 16 (16 squares) ← Row 17 [RS]: (s) x 17 (17 squares) → Row 18 [WS]: (s) x 18 (18 squares) ← Row 19 [RS]: (s) x 19 (19 squares) → Row 20 [WS]: (s) x 20 (20 squares) ← Row 21 [RS]: (s) x 21 (21 squares) → Row 22 [WS]: (s) x 22 (22 squares) ← Row 23 [RS]: (s) x 23 (23 squares) → Row 24 [WS]: (s) x 24 (24 squares) ← Row 25 [RS]: (s) x 25 (25 squares) → Row 26 [WS]: (s) x 26 (26 squares) ← Row 27 [RS]: (s) x 27 (27 squares) → Row 28 [WS]: (s) x 28 (28 squares) ← Row 29 [RS]: (s) x 29 (29 squares) → Row 30 [WS]: (s) x 30 (30 squares) ← Row 31 [RS]: (s) x 31 (31 squares) → Row 32 [WS]: (s) x 32 (32 squares) ← Row 33 [RS]: (s) x 33 (33 squares)

Materials you will need HOW TO CROCHET THE C2C BUTTERFLY BLANKET MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED WeCrochet “Brava” Yarn (1 skein/ 100g/ 218yd) in the colors: Clarity (19 skeins) – letter S in written pattern Peapod (2 skeins) – letter G in written pattern Caution (6 skeins) – letter O in written pattern Asphalt Heather (9 skeins) – letter B in written pattern 6.50 mm hook scissors tapestry needle GAUGE 6 hdc squares x 6 squares = 4 square inches SIZE Blanket fits a King Size Bed 76 x 90 inches STITCHES USED IN THE PATTERN Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE hdc = half double crochet Mini C2C (with video tutorial) Change Colors with Mini C2C (with video tutorial) sl st = slip stitch ch = chain FREE WRITTEN PATTERN FOR THE BUTTERFLY BLANKET You’ll crochet the entire C2C butterfly blanket using HDC stitches aka mini C2C in one sitting. No border was added, but you can if you prefer. BUTTERFLY BLANKET C2C GRAPH If you need a video tutorial to learn how to crochet the Mini C2C (done with HDC), please see it here. Crochet C2C Pattern Butterfly Blanket with tree branch - Stitch Fiddle Graph Quick reminder, the ad-free printer-friendly pdf includes additional helpful written instructions (with color blocks) and the graph is zoomed in over multiple pages to make the pixels easier to see.



WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS OF THE C2C GRAPH FOR THE BUTTERFLY BLANKET The written instructions Tutorial ideas for this HDC C2C Blanket are below. The letters correspond to the yarn used – please reference the material list.

 

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