Fly Inside This Easy Crochet Insect World
Fly Inside This Easy Crochet Insect World.
If you’re a fan of crochet and insects, you’re going to love this FREE crochet pattern.
Not one, but three separate patterns and photo tutorials. Here, you’ll find three patterns that are perfect for using up spare yarn.
Whether you’re looking to create a beetle, bee, moth, or butterfly, these patterns are easy to follow and will have you flying in no time!
- Beetle – 2.8 inch / 7 cm body length
- Bee – 2.00 inch / 5 cm body length + 3.2 inch / 8 cm wingspan
- Butterfly / Moth – 1.8 inch / 4.5 cm body length + 6.6 inch / 16.5 cm wingspan at its widest point x 4 inches high at it’s highest point.
The designer of these awesome patterns is Christina Hadderingh from A Spoonful of Yarn. Each of her patterns are written in both English & Dutch and she has used a size 3.00 mm crochet hook on each bug.
Using the patterns with different yarns, you can actually create up to ten different bugs/ insects simply by mix and matching!
To access Christina’s FREE patterns directly from her website, please click here: The Entomologist
[Not to be confused with the ad-free PAID PDF pattern which is also offered]
There are a few special stitches also included in these patterns. If you would like help with these, check out our additional tutorials below:
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Featured Image- Christina Hadderingh from A Spoonful of Yarn -Many thanks!