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Magical Butterfly Throw

Updated August 15, 2018
Magical Butterfly Throw
Magical Butterfly Throw
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"I get a lot of those fun home decor catalogs in the mail. I love pulling ideas from them. I noticed that each of them had lovely solid color throws and I couldn't help making some of my own. I used an easy-to-find worsted weight yarn and an easily memorizable stitch pattern to make a series of five fabulous and quick throws. This one resembles butterflies in a delicate and unusual lace stitch pattern that makes the project super quick to stitch!"


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge16 sts for 4 rows measures 4"

Finished Size49" x 53"

Materials List

  • Yarn needle

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This says easy and I thought yeah right. Then I read the directions and surprise, it really is easy. It's also very pretty. It's different in design which caught my attention. It's light and dainty looking. A very feminine style throw. Or make it in navy or brown for the man's den in your life.

This is a lovely pattern. It is a bit different which makes it all the more lovelier. You have to pay attention to the pattern but once doing the rows a few times it should become easier, especially when you see that lovely design. I am not fond of triple crochet stitches but it is necessary for the pattern. I think a solid color yarn would be the best bet for this throw. Thank you for the pattern.

Oh my gosh, this is so pretty. I'm envisioning a field of wildflowers with butterflies all over every bloom. Would make such a statement piece.

It does resemble butterflies! How clever and cute.


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