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18+ Butterfly Crochet Patterns for Spring

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18 Butterfly Crochet Patterns for Spring

I can already smell the spring season quickly approaching. Although we've had our fair share of winter snow storms, I know spring is just around the corner and the grass will soon be a bright shade of green surrounded by beautiful flowers and an array of butterflies. When I think of flying butterflies I also think of butterfly crochet patterns. There are so many cute crochet butterfly patterns out there and I want to make them all. I've noticed free crochet butterfly patterns are very popular at the moment, so I'm guessing we're all starting to get spring fever. I guess we can only take so much of the cold weather and drab surroundings.

I have a special place in my heart for butterflies. When I was younger I used to catch them and just look at how pretty they were. Of course, I let them fly free, but when I ran across butterfly crochet patterns I knew I'd have to make some. Crochet butterflies are just as pretty as the real thing. You can choose bright, bold colors and mix and match the yarns you use. These are great spring amigurumi patterns and appliques to work on, and I know you'll love them!

Get started with a video tutorial of a crochet butterfly pattern from the talented Kristi Simpson, then keep scrolling for even more fabulous crochet butterfly patterns. 

Crochet Butterflies for the Home

Crochet Butterfly Throw

What can be better than decorating your home full of crochet butterfly patterns for the spring season? Brighten your home with a beautiful, delicate creature in many ways. Turn your kitchen into a spring-like field of butterflies with dishcloths, placemats, and doilies. Then take it up a notch and make an afghan or bag for your summer trips. Butterfly crochet patterns are great for the home!

  • Butterfly BagCrochet a bag to use at the beach with this free and easy crochet pattern. This pattern also comes with instructions on embellishing your bag with cute butterflies.
  • Butterfly Night Table DoilyIf you have a night table that needs dressing up, look no further than this creative butterfly night table doily.
  • Butterfly PlacematsAdd beautiful style to your kitchen with placemats. Make this free crochet pattern for your dining room table. The pretty butterflies add a sweet touch to these mats.
  • Crochet Butterfly ThrowButterflies dance across this lovely pink throw! The Crochet Butterfly Throw is a beautiful free pattern for the intermediate crocheter. This would look adorable in a baby girl's room for the spring season.
  • Flutter By Butterfly DishclothCotton yarn can be used to create some of the sweetest kitchen items. Work up this crochet dishcloth in bright shades or delicate colors.
  • Filet Crochet ButterflyOut of a myriad of lace comes the Filet Crochet Butterfly.You can use this motif for whatever project you want or make it into a wall hanging decoration. 
  • 3D Butterfly BlanketWork up this sweet baby blanket for your little baby girl. The 3D Butterfly Blanket is made using the puff stitch, which gives it a nice texture that babies and adults will both enjoy.
  • Butterfly Garden Baby BootiesThese adorable crochet baby booties feature little straps (just like adult Mary Janes have) and little crochet butterflies on each shoe. These little shoes will look so cute on little feet as they run around the backyard.
  • Butterfly Luncheon Set IILooking for a type of doily that breaks the doily mold? Try this unique Butterfly Luncheon Set II for your next doily project. Expect compliments when you put this doily out in front of guests.
  • Glitsy Butterfly MagnetsBring the warm seasons into your home with some fabulous Glitsy Butterfly Magnets. These crochet magnet patterns are easy to work up and would make great gifts for friends and family.

Butterfly Crochet Patterns to Wear

Butterfly Bobby Pins

Now, you can't get too carried away when wearing patterned outfits, but during the spring and summer you can wear some fun designs once in a while. These butterfly crochet patterns are really pretty when you choose the right color for them.

  • Aurora Butterfly Photo Prop HatThis is such a pretty hat for a newborn baby as it sweetly frames the face! Just think how beautiful you can customize this with your yarn choice for your photos. It's fast, fun and easy to make! 
  • Beaded Butterfly Crochet Crop TopThis breezy top in cool summer colors is made with cotton yarn and crochet thread. The pattern is done in two parts: the butterfly beaded applique sewn on to the crop top, and the top itself.
  • Boutique Butterfly WrapThe beautiful Boutique Butterfly Wrap is a gorgeous crochet pattern that will look flattering on anyone. The unique design of this item is reminiscent of a butterfly and is especially elegant from the back.
  • Bullion Stitch Butterfly BeanieThis Bullion Stitch Butterfly Beanie is a such a cute project that is perfect for beginners. The easy-to-follow tutorial shows you how to do a bullion stitch if you are unfamiliar, as well as how to attach the cute butterfly to the beanie.
  • Butterfly Baby SweaterIf you have a few hours to spare, make this Butterfly Baby Sweater. It's an easy crochet pattern that only takes about six hours to complete. The body of the sweater is made in one piece from the top down and the sleeves and collar are added later.
  • Butterfly Bobby PinsAdd some sparkle to your hair with these Butterfly Bobby Pins. This is an easy and cheap way to dress up any boring bobby pin. Little girls will especially love this free crochet pattern. The rhinestones give it an extra special touch. 
  • Butterfly Garden Baby BootiesThese adorable crochet baby booties feature little straps (just like adult Mary Janes have) and little crochet butterflies on each shoe. These little shoes will look so cute on little feet as they run around the backyard.
  • Butterfly Kisses Baby DressThis is a basic A-line dress with a square neckline and a 2-button back closure for quick and easy baby changes. This crochet baby pattern is a canvas for customization and looks terrific in many different yarns, colors, stripes, etc.
  • Butterfly Prayer ShawlMake a beautiful butterfly prayer shawl in filet crochet. This butterfly symbolizes change, love and joy, so why not spread the love? Two crochet hooks are used for this prayer shawl pattern.
  • Butterfly Summer Tank TopFeel summery and stylish with this incredible butterfly summer tank top. Instructions are given for size extra small but sizes small, medium, large and extra large are given in parentheses for easy following.
     
  • Healing Butterfly Chunky CowlThe Healing Butterfly Chunky Cowl is a cowl designed for Thyroid Awareness month, in January. The colors represent the teal, pink and purple of the Thyroid Awareness Ribbon. 
  • Pretty Crochet Butterfly BagGo 70s retro with this Pretty Crochet Butterfly Bag. It's made out of four petal crochet flowers that could pass as butterflies. This crochet bag would make an eye-catching accessory to any look, especially in the spring time. You can use the bag for almost anything: a trip to the market, shopping at the mall, or going to the pool or beach. The colors in this design is ideal for any vintage lover even though it was made recently. 
  • Suzie's Butterfly Garden CapSuzie's butterfly garden cap is a perfect gift for someone who loves to garden and look great at the same time. It's also great for kids! Our free fast easy crochet patterns are all yours, so enjoy!
  • Suzie's Butterfly MittsWorsted weight yarn and two crochet hooks are called for this crochet pattern. The beautiful butterfly design is just beautiful for a little girl or even an adult.
  • Taming the Butterfly Fingerless GlovesThese Taming the Butterfly Fingerless Gloves won't keep you warm, but they are super stylish! Make them in a fun color to stand out, or crochet these gloves in a basic black or white to match everything. You will love how quick and easy it is to create this pattern, which can be worn even into spring in many parts of the U.S. 
  • The Healing Butterfly Beanie HatJanuary is Hypothyroidism Awareness Month. When the thyroid is not working properly it is called the "Broken Butterfly", because the thyroid is shaped like a butterfly. 

Crocheted Butterfly Patterns

3 Minute Crochet Butterfly Pattern

Amigurumi patterns have grown in the last couple of years and have become so incredibly popular. I know that I fell in love with them the second I saw them. When you crochet your butterflies you can either make them flat or you can fill them turning them into amigurumi patterns. If you choose to do that you can make some adorable little gifts, but if you leave them flat you can make barrettes or hair pieces. I also like these butterfly crochet patterns for gift toppers and embellishments.

  • 3 D ButterflyThis beautiful crochet butterfly calls for a steel hook and lace weight yarn. This would make a great topper for a gift or even just a simple house decoration. A picot stitch is used for this free crochet pattern.
  • 3 Minute Crochet Butterfly PatternSpring and summer weather is the perfect time to chase butterflies, but if that's not your style, use this crochet butterfly pattern to bring them to you instead! With several size and color options, the possibilities are endless. For crochet regulars, this will take about three minutes to make. 
  • Carefree Butterfly MotifJust like glimpsing a butterfly will brighten your day, this Carefree Butterfly Motif will brighten your crochet project. This free crochet butterfly pattern would make a fabulous detail for a scarf, sweater, or hat. 
  • Crochet ButterflyThis gorgeous Crochet Butterfly is a perfect springtime project to brighten up any room!
  • Crochet Butterfly AppliqueThis Beautiful Butterfly Applique is made from crocheted hearts. Crochet hearts according to instruction and then just sew hearts together! It is easy and fun to make and the result is very cute.
  • Croco-ButterflyThis crochet butterfly is a twist on the crocodile stitch.
  • Easter Butterfly Crochet PatternSurprise someone with a toy that has a hidden side. The Easter Butterfly Crochet Pattern is an Easter egg and butterfly in one project. Turn the crochet egg inside out to reveal a pretty crochet butterfly!
  • Easy Crochet Butterfly AppliqueSpring is just around the corner! This colorful butterfly crochet applique is the perfect project to welcome in the sweet season. you can whip this pretty butterfly up in a flash only basic crochet skill need. 
  • Pretty Pink ButterflyIf you have any leftover yarn, make yourself this Pretty Pink Butterfly. This easy crochet pattern is made using the shell stitch. It's a great stash buster project that can be used in a number of different ways.
  • Quick Crochet ButterflyIf you have some extra yarn and you aren't sure what to do with it, make a couple of crochet butterflies with this fun crochet pattern. This Quick Crochet Butterfly is perfect to add onto other projects as fun accents or into gift bags as extra little gifts.
  • Quick Crochet Butterfly PatternThis Quick Crochet Butterfly Pattern is by and large the easiest way you will ever see to crochet a butterfly. As you make this crochet butterfly you are only working in one round, so you are one and done. Plus, this is a great crochet pattern to work on if you need to use up some scrap yarn. 
  • Ruby Red ButterflyA beautiful Ruby Red Butterfly like this one can make the perfect embellishment for just about anything. This crochet design is multifunctional and can be attached to a headband, a hair tie, placed on top a gift package, tied to a wine bottle, used as fairy wings for a doll and so much more.
  • This butterfly is such a fun crochet pattern to use for anything. Add it as an embellishment or make it as a gift topper. Decorate your child's room with a bunch of butterflies for a fantasy land.
  • Very Easy Crochet ButterflyMake a Very Easy Crochet Butterfly with this free crochet pattern. The butterfly is worked in rows using single crochet. You can even watch the video to follow along the crochet instructions.
  • Whimsical Butterfly AppliqueAdd this Whimsical Butterfly Applique to practically any free crochet design you want. This easy pattern can be made in any yarn color you prefer. It's a great design detail for scarves, hats, and even shawls. You can see this pattern added to the Poncho with Pizzazz pattern inside Margaret Hubert's latest crochet book, Plus Size Crochet.

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Im always amazed at where all the entries in these collections come from. Some are new patterns and some on the vintage side, and others in between. This collection has a bit of all of the above. The Filet Butterfly is probably my favorite. As a beginning crochet student, I didnt know Filet was supposed to be a more advanced project! Of course, thats back when my eyes and dexterity still allowed such adventures.

OOH that butterfly wrap is beautiful! That might have to be my next project! Thanks for putting this awesome collection together!

My niece would love these butterfly patterns!

I am looking for a crochet doily pattern of butterflies which shows up with beads crochet in. This is a very old pattern! I have misplaced my pattern. Could you help me please. My email is lou-anth@webmail.co.za

I would like the Flutterby Free Crochet pattern, but can't seem to get it. What is a true linki to the actual pattern

Here's the link .... Sarah posted the details at crochetville & ravelry; I have the former : http://www.crochetville.com/community/topic/101253-flutterby/ Its such a beautiful pattern, that I'm going to make it right away - just downloaded it from the site mentioned above. Happy crocheting, kaysie :-)

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