Mimic Swallowtail Butterfly Chart
Designed by Sandi Marshall 5/1997
preserve the image of the
endangered Mimic Swallowtail Butterfly.
Join us in continuing our tribute to the world of butterflies with this free online pattern; the second in a series of charted designs, featuring various butterfly species.
The first butterfly chart, The Zebra Swallowtail, is found in the 04/26/97 Feature.
Worsted weight acrylic yarn: 1 oz. white, 1 oz. black,
small amount pink
Size G crochet hook
Guage: 4 stitches = 1 inch, 4 rows = 1 inch
Apprx. size of each finished square = 10 inches
Note: At the end of each row, you will chain 1 to turn.
With white yarn, chain 41.
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in ea ch across.(40 sc)
Rows 2 & 3: sc in ea st across.
Row 4: Begin chart at first row on the chart.
Rows 5 - 36: Continue to follow chart.
After completing all rows on the chart:
Rows 37 - 40: With white yarn, sc in ea st across.
Using a straight stitch, with black yarn or embroidery floss, embroider antennae as indicated in blue on the chart.
Pattern copyright 1997 by Sandi Marshall, licensed to About.com, Inc.
Free for your own personal use only (this means that you can make items from this pattern as many times as you wish for yourself or for gifts ... but you cannot use this pattern for profit, you cannot sell or give away the design, reproduced copies of the pattern instructions or reproduced copies of my pattern example photos). Patterns that a designer chooses to place on the Internet as free patterns are protected by the same copyright laws as patterns that are purchased.
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The Harris' Mimic Swallowtail, also known as Eurytides Lysithous Platydesma, is classified as Endangered in the Red Data Book of Threatened Swallowtail Butterflies of the World.
The origin of this butterfly is in the South American region, with total habitat loss in the area of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
From The Encyclopedia of Butterflies by John Feltwell
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The 09/27/97 Feature gives links to all the charts in the complete butterfly series.
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