Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Dainty Butterflies



Each of these lovely butterflies requires only 5 yards of cotton thread and about 5-7 minutes to crochet!




But number of ways one can use them is endless. For instance, I can imagine how darling they would look as appliqués on a little girl’s dress. Or maybe as hairclips in her hair.



 I can also picture such butterfly as a decoration on a small wrapped present. A butterfly pin would look lovely on a hat or a purse.



They are quite small (only about two inches across) and can be used for handmade cards and lots and lots of other craft projects!







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Show and Tell Friday @ My Romantic Home,  

19 comments:

  1. y tambien como broches!!! son una monada!! un besito.maria:)

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  2. Very pretty!

    Greetings from Germany
    Traudi aus dem Drosselgarten

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  3. Hello Olga, Wow I really love those wee pretty and delicate butterflies. Thanks for sharing. Hugs Judy

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  4. Bu kelebekleri çok sevdim eline sağlık arkadaş sevgiler.

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  5. Muito fofas, ainda mais por sua simplicidade!!! :-) Abraço

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  6. These are very sweet.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  7. Wunderschön sind Deine Schmetterlinge
    Liebe Rosaliegrüße

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  8. These are charming and I agree could be used in so many ways. Thanks for sharing with Diann and I at TTF!

    Linda

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  9. So lovely and you are so generous to share your patterns. Thank you!

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  10. These butterflies are so cute, Olga!

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  11. lovely, i love little things like this that one can whip up so quickly! thanks for sharing on craft schooling sunday!

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  12. The link for these cute butterflies is no longer valid. Is there anothe way to get the pattern?

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    1. Oh, I don't know why the link is not working anymore. Sorry, I don't know how to find that pattern.

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  13. This link works as of 6/28/14: http://www.crochet-world.com/newsletters.php?mode=article&article_id=3322

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