Purple Azure Butterfly Chart
Designed by Sandi Marshall 8/97
this week begins more in the butterfly series.
also known as
Ogyris Zosine Typha
To crochet into an afghan square:
Worsted weight acrylic yarn: 1 oz. white, 1 oz. black,
1/2 oz. purple
small amount light yellow
Size G crochet hook
Guage: 4 stitches = 1 inch, 4 rows = 1 inch
Apprx. size of each finished square = 10 inches
Butterfly colors are crocheted in, following the chart. The antannae, indicated in blue on the chart, are embroidered on when the square has been completed.
With white yarn, chain 41.
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in ea ch across.(40 sc)
Rows 2 - 5: sc in ea sc across.
Row 6: Begin chart at first row on the chart.
Rows 7 - 35: Continue to follow chart.
After completing all rows on the chart:
Rows 36 - 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.
Another way is to crochet the square entirely in the background color in single crochet (or in afghan stitch) and then, with yarn, using a large-eye needle, cross-stitch the butterfly design on, following the chart, in the indicated yarn colors.
Purple Azure Butterfly Chart Pattern copyright 1997
Sandi Marshall, licensed to About.com, Inc.
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Printing the graph:
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It is the female of this species that displays a deep purple over her wings; the male is a bright royal blue.
This is a small butterfly, growing to only about 2 1/4 inches.
It is of the Lycaenidae family and is found in Australia.
Butterfly facts are from The Encyclopedia of Butterflies by John Feltwell
For hints and a diagram on changing colors in crochet, see the 07/26/97 Feature, Changing Colors.
The 09/27/97 Feature gives links to all butterflies in the complete butterfly series.
Bookmark for this pattern is http://crochet.about.com/library/weekly/aa080297.htm