Hi there, I’m back to share another project that I have made recently. It’s a crocheted butterfly based on a crochet diagram that I have found on Crochetpedia. I’ll be using this for a hat for my neice.
This is the picture of the diagram that I followed to make this butterfly. If you know how to read diagrams this will be easy for you but for those whose not into diagrams, I have listed 15 free butterfly crochet patterns below. Scroll down to see more lovely butterflies to crochet for spring. Most of them have written and video tutorials. Enjoy.
15 Free Crochet Butterfly Patterns
1.Crochet Butterfly Barefoot Sandals by Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me
2. This lovely butterfly has a free pdf download for the written pattern and crochet diagram available at My Picot
3. Crochet Swallow-Tailed Butterflies by Megan Mills on her blog Megan.cc.
4. Crocheted 3D Butterfly from handmadelife1.wordpress.com
5. Crochet Butterfly Pattern video tutorial from JoyceIsCrafty
6. Crochet Butterfly Pattern by Angie on her blog Treasures for Tots
7. Free Crochet Butterfly Pattern from Free-Homemade-Gift-Ideas.com by Gelia. A written and crochet diagram is available on her blog.
Update: I have removed the link to this pattern because it redirects to another site that contains malicious malware.
8. Very Lovely Butterfly made from crocheted hearts by Elena at goldenlucycrafts.com.
9. A video tutorial on how to crochet this very beautiful butterfly can be found at sheruknitting.com.
10. Butterfly wreath step by step instruction by Veronika on her blog Crochetier
11. Crochet Butterfly Throw from Redheart
12. Bountiful Butterflies by Marken of The Hat & I can be found on Ravelry
13. Delicate Crochet Butterfly by Anne Halliday on Ravelry
14. Butterfly Bookmark from Crochet Memories
What is your favorite butterfly pattern from the list above? If you were to chose 1 from the list above, what would be your top pick? Tell me in the comments section below.
As for me, It’s not that easy to decide which one is my favorite. All of them are beautiful but If I really have to choose one. I think I would choose number 13. I like to work with finer yarns and I really like the details on this pattern.