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Butterfly Doll


















PUPPY BUTTERFLY FROM CATHERINE FOMINA

Necessary materials and tools:

1) yarn “Moscow Region” from Troitsk (50% wool, 50% acrylic, 250m / 100g) colors
“Champagne” for the body – 1 pc.;

2) yarn “Bambino” Camtex (35% wool, 65% acrylic, 150m / 50g) pink

for dressings and roses – a little;

3) Kamtex Bambino yarn (35% wool, 65% acrylic, 150m / 50g) white


for tights – 0.5 pcs.;
4) Kamtex Bambino yarn (35% wool, 65% acrylic, 150m / 50g) blue

turquoise for tights – 0.5 pcs.;

5) yarn “Bambino” Camtex (35% wool, 65% acrylic, 150m / 50g) St. Blue

colors for dress and wings – 1 pc.;

6) Nako Bambino yarn (25% wool, 75% acrylic, 130m / 50g) light green

for a shuttlecock – a little;


7) yarn Karakul-stretch Kamteks (44% im.wool, 44% acrylic, 10% cotton, 2%
Lycra, 145m / 100g) blue for hair – 1 pc.;

8) the threads “Iris” or “Floss” brown for the eyes – a little;

9) kapron thread or fishing line for tying – a little;

10) filler (holofiber, or synthetic winterizer, or synthetic winterizer) – 150 – 200 gr.

11) aluminum (or copper) wire for weaving with a diameter of 2 mm for

frame – 3 – 3.5 m;

12) white felt for the eyes – a little;

13) eyes for dolls with a ray of blue with a diameter of 25 mm – 1 pair;

14) false eyelashes or doll;

15) transparent super-glue for fixing eyes and eyelashes, as well as elements

decor – a little;

16) a needle with a big eye;

17) hook No. 3 for the main knitting;

18) hook number 2;


19) colored pins for marking;
20) white fabric adhesive tape or tape for wrapping ends

wire;

21) white plastic or thick cardboard for insoles – a little;

22) buttons with a diameter of 10 – 12 mm white or blue – 2 pcs .;

23) scissors;

24) beads, half beads, flower buds and other decorative elements for

decorations (optional);

25) an elastic band for medium-sized hair in blue (optional) – 1 pc.;

26) pink dry pastel for tinting (optional).

Important! You can use any strings by picking hooks under them


the necessary size!
TERMS USED

CH – chain

SC – single crochet;

İNC – increase

DEC – decrease

DC – double crochet;

İNC DC – increase of double crochet

DEC DC – decrease of the double crochet;

HDC – half crochet;

İNC HDC – increase of half crochet with a crochet;

DEC HDC – decrease half crochet with a crochet;

SL-ST – slip-stitch;

BLO – back half loop;


FLO – front half loop.
HEAD

Knit with flesh-colored threads in a spiral, hook number 3 (or the fact that you

selected for main knitting).

1 row: 6 SC into magic ring (6)

2 row: 6 İNC (12)

3 row: (SC, İNC) * 6 (18)

4th row: SC, İNC, (2 SC, İNC) * 5, SC (24)

5 row: (3 SC, İNC) * 6 (30)

6 row: 2 SC, İNC, (4 SC, İNC) * 5, 2 SC (36)

7 row: (5 SC, İNC) * 6 (42)

8 row: 3 SC, İNC, (6 SC, İNC) * 5, 3 SC (48)

9 row: (7 SC, İNC) * 6 (54)

10 row: 4 SC, İNC, (8 SC, İNC) * 5, 4 SC (60)

11 row: (9 SC, İNC) * 6 (66)

12 row: 5 SC, İNC, (10 SC, İNC) * 5, 5 SC (72)

13 – 19 row (7 rows): 72 SC (72)

20 row: 36 SC, (İNC, 6 SC) * 5, İNC (78)

21 – 25 rows (5 rows): 78 SC (78)

26 row: 36 SC, DEC, (6 SC, DEC) * 5 (72)

27 row: 5 SC, DEC, (10 SC, DEC) * 5, 5 SC (66)

28 row: (9 SC, DEC) * 6 (60)

29 row: 4 SC, DEC, (8 SC, DEC) * 5, 4 SC (54)

30 row: (7 SC, DEC) * 6 (48)

31 rows: 3 SC, DEC, (6 SC, DEC) * 5, 3 SC (42)

32 row: (5 SC, DEC) * 6 (36)

33 row: 2 SC, DEC, (4 SC, DEC) * 5, 2 SC (30)

34 row: (3 SC, DEC) * 6 (24)

35 row: SC, DEC, (2 SC, DEC) * 5, SC (18)

36 row: (SC, DEC) * 6 (12)

We fix the thread, cut it off. We fill the head with filler.

PENS

We knit handles with flesh-colored threads, hook No. 2 (or smaller,

than you have chosen for the main knitting).

First we knit the fingers. For the left and right hands, they fit equally.

Middle, index and ring fingers.

1 row: 5 SC into magic ring (5)

2 – 5 row (4 rows): 5 SC (5)

We fix the thread, cut it off.

Thumb and little finger.

1 row: 5 SC into magic ring (5)

2 – 4 rows (3 rows): 5 SC (5)

On the little finger we do not cut the thread, continue to knit, connecting the fingers in the palm of the hand.

Right hand.

1 row: 2 SC on the little finger, 2 SC on the ring finger, 2 SC on the middle

finger, 5 SC on the index finger, 3 SC on the middle finger, 3 SC

on the ring finger, 3 SC on the little finger (20)

2 row: 20 SC (20)

Note! The start row marker should be in the middle of the rib

palms from below. If necessary, we knit displacement loops.

In the next row we tie the thumb.

3 row: 7 SC palm, 1 SC with thumb (grab

simultaneously SC palm and SC thumb), 12 SC palm (20)

4 row: 7 SC on the palm, 3 SC on the thumb, grab the SC

thumb and SC palm and knit them together UB, 11 SC by

palms (22)

5 row: 8 SC, DEC, 10 SC, DEC (20)

6 row: (3 SC, DEC) * 4 (16)

7 row: (2 SC, DEC) * 4 (12)

Lightly stuff the palm with the filler.

8 row: (SC, DEC) * 4 (8)

Cut off about 35 cm of wire. We make a small end

eyelet so that you can insert it into the palm of your hand. Wire ends

twist together, isolate with tissue adhesive tape or electrical tape.

We make 2 such blanks.

Insert the wire blank into the handle.

9 – 19 rows (11 rows): 8 SC (8)

20 row: (3 SC, İNC) * 2 (10)

21 – 23 rows (3 rows): 10 SC (10)

24 row: (4 SC, İNC) * 2 (12)

25-30 row (6 rows): 12SC (12) Fasten the thread, cut it. We fill the handle with filler.

Left hand.

1 row: 3 SC on the little finger, 3 SC on the ring finger, 3 SC on the middle

finger, 5 SC on the index finger, 2 SC on the middle finger, 2 SC

on the ring finger, 2 SC on the little finger (20)

2 row: 20 SC (20)

Note! The start row marker should be in the middle of the rib

palms from below. If necessary, we knit displacement loops.

In the next row we tie the thumb.

3 row: 12 SC in the palm of your hand, 1 SC with thumb (grab

both SC palm and SC thumb), 7 SC palm (20)

4 row: 11 SC on the palm, grab the SC of the thumb and SC of the palm and

we knit them together UB, 3 SC on the thumb, 7 SC on the palm (22)

5 row: DEC, 10 SC, DEC, 8 SC (20)


6 row: (3 SC, DEC) * 4 (16)
7 row: (2 SC, DEC) * 4 (12)

Lightly stuff the palm with the filler.

8 row: (SC, DEC) * 4 (8)

Insert the wire blank into the handle.

9 – 19 rows (11 rows): 8 SC (8)

20 row: (İNC, 3 SC) * 2 (10)

21 – 23 rows (3 rows): 10 SC (10)

24 row: (İNC, 4 SC) * 2 (12)

25-30 row (6 rows): 12 SC (12)

We fix the thread, cut it off. We fill the handle with filler.

WINGS

We knit with St. blue threads in rotary rows, hook No. 3 (or one that

You have chosen for the main knitting).

First, we knit large wings (2 pcs.)

1 row: we dial 3 CH + 1 CH, from the second from the hook of the loop we knit along chain 3

SC, CH, turn (3)

2 row: İNC, SC, İNC, CH, turn (5)

3 row: 5 SC, CH, turn (5)

4 row: İNC, 3 SC, İNC, CH, turn (7)

5 row: 7 SC, CH, turn (7)

6 row: İNC, 5 SC, İNC, CH, turn (9)

7 row: 9 SC, CH, turn (9)

8 row: İNC, 7 SC, İNC, CH, turn (11)

9 row: 11 SC, CH, turn (11)

10 row: İNC, 9 SC, İNC, CH, turn (13)

11 row: 13 SC, CH, turn (13)

12 row: İNC, 11 SC, İNC, CH, turn (15)

13 – 33 (21 rows): 15 SC, CH, turn (15)

34 row: DEC, 11 SC, DEC, CH, turn (13)

35 row: DEC, 9 SC, DEC, CH, turn (11)

36 row: DEC, 7 SC, DEC, CH, turn (9)

37 row: DEC, 5 SC, DEC (7)

We do not cut the thread, but we tie the wing along the SC contour, then the thread

fasten, trim.

We attach the St. blue thread to the center of the narrow part of the wing, lay

along the contour of the winglet to the wire and tie it with SC, leaving the ends

about 10 cm (see photo). We fix the thread, leave a small end

(about 20 cm), cut off.

We knit the second wing in the same way.

Then we knit small wings (2 pcs.)

1 row: we dial 3 CH + 1 CH, from the second from the hook of the loop we knit along chain 3

SC, CH, turn (3)

2 row: İNC, SC, İNC, CH, turn (5)

3 row: 5 SC, CH, turn (5)

4 row: İNC, 3 SC, İNC, CH, turn (7)

5 row: 7 SC, CH, turn (7)

6 row: İNC, 5 SC, İNC, CH, turn (9)

7 row: 9 SC, CH, turn (9)

8 row: İNC, 7 SC, İNC, CH, turn (11)

9 – 24 (16 rows): 11 SC, CH, turn (11)

25 row: DEC, 7 SC, DEC, CH, turn (9)

26 row: DEC, 5 SC, DEC, CH, turn (7)

27 row: DEC, 3 SC, DEC (5)

We do not cut the thread, but we tie the wing along the SC contour, then the thread

fasten, trim.

We attach the light blue thread to the center of the narrow part of the winglet,

lay a wire along the contour of the wing and tie it with SC,

leaving the ends about 10 cm long (see photo). We fix the thread, leave

the small end (about 20 cm), cut off.

We knit the second wing in the same way.

All wings are decorated with embroidery, beads, half beads, rhinestones and so on.

to your taste (optional).

We twist the wire of the large and small wings together, isolate

fabric adhesive tape or electrical tape (see photo).

LEGS

Right foot.

We start knitting with white threads, hook number 3 (or the one that you have chosen for

main binding).

1 row: 6 SC into magic ring (6)

2 row: (İNC, 2 SC) * 2 (8)


3 row: 8 SC (8)
Change the thread to turquoise.

4th row: (İNC, 3 SC) * 2 (10)

5 row: 10 SC (10)

Change the thread to white.

6 row: (İNC, 4 SC) * 2 (12)

7 row: 12 SC (12)

Change the thread to turquoise.

8 row: (İNC, 5 SC) * 2 (14)

9 row: 14 SC (14)

Change the thread to white.

10 row: (İNC, 6 SC) * 2 (16)

11 row: (İNC, 7 SC) * 2 (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

12 row: (İNC, 8 SC) * 2 (20)

13 row: (İNC, 9 SC) * 2 (22)

Change the thread to white.

14 row: (İNC, 10 SC) * 2 (24)

15 row: 24 SC (24)

Note! İNC are located on the sides of the foot.

16 row: SC, 10 CH, 10 SC skip, 13 SC (24)

Change the thread to turquoise.

17th row: SC, 10 SC along the chain of CH, 13 SC along the heel (24)

18 row: (2 SC, DEC) * 6 (18)

Change the thread to white.

19 row: (SC, DEC) * 6 (12)

20 row: 6 DEC (6)

We tighten the remaining hole, fix the thread, cut it off.

We attach the white thread in the gap between the sock and the heel with

inner side of the leg and knit the top of the leg.

Note! The marker of the beginning of the series here and further is located in the middle

the inner side of the leg, if necessary, we knit displacement loops.

21 row: SC in the gap between the toe and the heel on the inside

legs, 12 SC on the toe, SC between the toe and the heel with

the outer side of the leg, 10 SC along the chain of CH on the heel (24)

Change the thread to turquoise.

22 row: (2 SC, DEC) * 6 (18)

23 row: 18 SC (18)

Cut off about 80 cm of wire. Fold the cut wire

in half, at the end we make a loop in the form of a connected foot, the ends of the wire

twist together and isolate with a tissue adhesive tape or electrical tape

(see photo). We make 2 such blanks from wire.

Insert the wire blank into the leg, fill the foot with filler.

Change the thread to white.

24 – 25 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

26 – 27 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

28 – 29 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

30 – 31 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

32 – 33 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

34 – 35 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

36 – 37 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

38 – 39 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

40 – 41 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

42 – 43 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

44 – 45 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.


46 – 47 row: 18 SC (18)
Change the thread to white.

48 row: 18 SC (18)

Left leg.

We start knitting with white threads, hook number 3 (or the one that you have chosen for

main binding).

1 row: 6 SC into magic ring (6)

2 row: (2 SC, İNC) * 2 (8)

3 row: 8 SC (8)

Change the thread to turquoise.

4th row: (3 SC, İNC) * 2 (10)

5 row: 10 SC (10)

Change the thread to white.

6 row: (4 SC, İNC) * 2 (12)

7 row: 12 SC (12)

Change the thread to turquoise.

8 row: (5 SC, İNC * 2 (14)

9 row: 14 SC (14)

Change the thread to white.

10 row: (6 SC, İNC) * 2 (16)

11 row: (7 SC, İNC) * 2 (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

12 row: (8 SC, İNC) * 2 (20)

13 row: (9 SC, İNC) * 2 (22)

Change the thread to white.

14 row: (10 SC, İNC) * 2 (24)

15 row: 24 SC (24)

Note! İNC are located on the sides of the foot.

16 row: 13 SC, 10 CH, 10 SC skip, SC (24)

Change the thread to turquoise.

17 row: 13 SC, 10 SC along the chain of CH, SC (24)

18 row: (DEC, 2 SC) * 6 (18)

Change the thread to white.

19 row: (DEC, SC) * 6 (12)

20 row: 6 DEC (6)

We tighten the remaining hole, fix the thread, cut it off.

We attach the white thread in the gap between the sock and the heel with

inner side of the leg and knit the top of the leg.

Note! The marker of the beginning of the series here and further is located in the middle

the inner side of the leg, if necessary, we knit displacement loops.

21 row: SC in the gap between the toe and the heel on the inside

legs, 10 SC along the chain of CH on the heel, SC between the toe and

heel on the outside of the foot, 12 SC on the toe (24)

Change the thread to turquoise.

22 row: (DEC, 2 SC) * 6 (18)

23 row: 18 SC (18)

Insert the wire blank into the leg, fill the foot with filler.

Change the thread to white.

24 – 25 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

26 – 27 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

28 – 29 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

30 – 31 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

32 – 33 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

34 – 35 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

36 – 37 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

38 – 39 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

40 – 41 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

42 – 43 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

44 – 45 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to turquoise.

46 – 47 row: 18 SC (18)

Change the thread to white.

48 row: 18 SC (18)

We do not cut the white thread in the 48th row of knitting, then we will connect the legs and


knit a little body.
BODY

On the leg where the uncut white thread was left, we dial 3 CH and connect

with the second leg.

1 row: 18 SC on the leg, 3 SC on the chain of CH, 18 SC on the other leg, 3 SC

on the other side of the chain of CH (42)

Change the thread to turquoise.

2 row: (6 SC, İNC) * 6 (48)

3 row: 48 SC (48)

Change the thread to white.

4 – 5 row: 48 SC (48)

Change the thread to turquoise.

6 row: (7 SC, İNC) * 6 (54)

7 row: 54 SC (54)

Change the thread to white.

8 – 9 row: 54 SC (54)

Change the thread to turquoise.

10 row: (7 SC, DEC) * 6 (48)

11 row: (6 SC, DEC) * 6 (42)

We tie it to the middle of the side, transfer the marker of the beginning of the row here.

Change the thread to bodily.

12 – 18 (7 rows): 42 SC (42)

We stuff the body with a filler.

19 row: (5 SC, DEC) * 6 (36)

20 – 25 (6 rows): 36 SC (36)

The 25th row is not tied to the middle of the side (beginning of the row) 2 SC.

In the next row we tie the handles and knit the wings.

First, we fasten the wings in the center back to the common winding coming from

legs, isolate with tissue adhesive tape or electrical tape. Ends of threads

which we left on the wings, wrap around a twist and tie

by several knots for even more reliable fastening of the wings.

26 row: 4 SC together with the handle (at the same time we capture SC bodies and SC

handles and knit them together), 5 SC on the back, 4 CH (start over

wings) 4 SC skip the back (they are under the wings), 5

SC on the back, 4 SC along with the second handle, 14 SC on the front (36)

27 row: 8 SC on the handle, 5 SC on the back, 4 SC on the chain of CH over

wings, 5 SC on the back, 8 SC on the second handle, 14 SC on the front (44)

We fasten the wire from the handles to the common winding, isolate with fabric

adhesive tape or electrical tape.

28 row: (8 SC, DEC, 10 SC, DEC) * 2 (40)

29 row: (8 SC, DEC) * 4 (36)

30 row: (4 SC, DEC) * 6 (30)

We stuff the body with a filler.

31 row: (3 SC, DEC) * 6 (24)

32 row: (2 SC, DEC) * 6 (18)

We stuff the body and shoulders with the filler to the end.

33 row: (SC, DEC) * 6 (12)

34 – 38 (5 rows): 12 SC (12)

We fix the thread, leave the end for sewing on the head, cut it off.

EYE LENS

First, with the help of colored pins, we make markings for eye tightening.

1) Count down from the top of the 18 rows of SC down and in the center of the protruding part

put a blue pin on the head (see photo).

2) Count from the blue pin 5 SC to the left and 2 SC up, set the green pin (dot).

3) Count from the green pin (point) 1 SC up and put the purple pin (dot).

4) Count from the blue pins (dots) 5 SC right and 2 SC up, set

red pin (dot).

5) Count from the red pin (point) 1 SC up and put the pink

pin (dot).

6) In the last row of knitting the head perpendicular to the blue pin, put

yellow pin (dot) (see photo).

We make eye tightening using a long needle and kapron thread (or fishing line)

as follows: insert the needle at the yellow dot, output at the green dot,

insert the needle again at the purple dot and output at the pink dot, then enter

the needle at the red dot and put it into the open hole in the head. Slightly

tighten the thread, tie the ends to several knots and hide them in

open hole in the head. Done!

FACE DECORATION

We make out the eyes.

1) We cut out two blanks for the eyes from white felt, we look at the shape in the photo.

Note! Those who crocheted No. 3 of threads similar in density to

indicated by me, the size of the felt parts is approximately 28 * 30 mm. Rest

select the size of the eyes visually for the size of the resulting head.

2) We make small cuts in the center of the resulting blanks.

3) Insert into the incisions the blue eye pupils with a diameter of 25 mm.

4) We try on the obtained eyes on the head.

5) Sew the felt details of the eyes with brown threads “Iris” or

“Mouline thread” with small stitches with a stitching seam.

6) The pupils of the eyes are coated on the back with transparent super-glue and glue it.

Note! If you have eyes with a leg or screw on the back, you do not need them

file away! Stretch the noose on your head where the pupils should be,

and insert the leg or screw inside the head, then glue the pupil. So eye

will keep more reliable!

7) On the edge of the eye, glue false eyelashes with transparent super-glue (see a photo).

We make out the nose.

We retreat from the inner corners of the eyes 2 rows SC down and three or four

with flesh-colored stitches, embroider a 2-3 SC wide spout. Then

with brown threads “Iris” or “Mouline thread” we embroider the contour of the nose (see photo).

We rise 2 rows of SC up above the eyes and brown threads “Iris”

or “Mouline thread” embroider small eyebrows (see photo).

We make sponges.

We retreat from the nose 2-3 rows of SC down and dense raspberry thread

embroider sponge. First we embroider the contour of the lips, then horizontal

with stitches we fill the space inside the embroidered contour, apply the technique

stitch embroidery.

We make ears.

We count from the top of the 15 rows of SC down and in the middle of the head on the sides

embroider the contour of the ear with a chain stitch (see photo). The thread is not cut, but for

we knit the resulting loops SC, so we get ears.

HAIR

Marking and preparation of hair.

For convenience, we first make markings on the head, designate the future “line

hair growth. ”To do this, take the brown threads“ Iris ”or“ Mouline thread ”and

embroider “hairline” with large stitches (see photo).

We make the preparation of the hair itself from blue bookled yarn (I

used karakul-stretch Kamteks). Take a book 20 cm high, wrap

its height in threads, then with scissors we cut the threads from one edge

(see photo). It turns out hairs about 35 cm long (if it

astrakhan stretch).

Note! We prepare hair as needed so as not to spoil

extra strings.

Hair fastening.

We fasten the hair to the head like a fringe: holding the hook in the direction “from the crown”,

we introduce it under SC, we catch the hair folded in half, pull out the loop,

we pass the ends of the hair into the drawn loop, tighten. Thus

fasten the hair first along the contour of the “hairline”, then fill everything

the space inside these lines (see photo). If you have strings of astrakhan stretch

(they are quite voluminous), then hair should be attached under each SC, but

through 2 rows of SC.

Sew the finished head to the body.

DRESS

First, we knit the top of the dress with light blue threads crochet, which

selected for basic knitting.

1 row: we dial 66 CH + 1 CH, from the second from the hook of the loop we knit along

chain of CH 66 SC, CH, twist (66)

2 – 5 row (4 rows): 66 SC, CH, turn (66)

6 row: (9 SC, DEC) * 6, CH, turn (60)

7 row: 60 SC, CH, turn (60)

8 row: (8 SC, DEC) * 6, CH, turn (54)

9 – 10 row: 54 SC, CH, turn (54)

11 row: (7 SC, DEC) * 6, CH, turn (48)

12 – 19 row (8 rows): 48 SC, CH, turn (48)

20 row: 9 SC, 10 CH, 8 SC skip, 14 SC, 10 CH, 8 SC skip, 9

SC, CH, turn (52)

21 row: (8 SC, DEC) * 2, (5 SC, DEC) * 2, 8 SC, DEC, 8 SC, CH,

turn (47)

22 row: 7 SC, DEC, (2 SC, DEC) * 2, (3 SC, DEC) * 3, (2 SC, UB

SC) * 2, 7 SC, CH, turn (39)

We don’t cut the blue thread, we continue to tie the top of the dress along the contour:

5 CH (armhole for the button), 17 SL-ST, 5 CH (armhole for the button), SL-ST, go to

bottom and knit 66 SC, go to the side and knit 22 SL-ST.

We fix the thread, cut it off.

We attach the St. Blue thread to the first SC on the bottom of the upper part of the dress and

we knit a skirt.

1 row: 3 SC, 3 SC in one loop, (5 SC, 3 SC in one loop) * 10, 2 SC, CH,

turn (88)

2 row: 2 CH, 3 DC, 3 DC in one loop (we knit them in the middle loop in

triple increase of the previous row), (7 DC, 3 DC in one loop) * 10, 3 DC,

CH, turn (110)

3 row: 2 CH, 4 DC, 3 DC in one loop (we knit them in the middle loop in

triple increase of the previous row), (9 DC, 3 DC in one loop) * 10, 4 DC,

CH, turn (132)

4 row: 2 CH, 5 DC, 3 DC in one loop (we knit them in the middle loop in

triple increase of the previous row), (11 DC, 3 DC in one loop) * 10, 5 DC,

CH, turn (154)

5 row we knit for FLO (front half loop): 2 CH, 6 DC, 3 DC in one loop

(we knit them in the middle loop in the triple increase of the previous row), (13


DC, 3 DC in one loop) * 10, 6 DC (176)

St. blue thread fasten, cut.

Attach the light green thread to the first left back loop

the previous row and knit the lower shuttlecock.

1 row: 2 CH, 6 DC, 3 DC in one loop (we knit them in the middle loop in

triple increase of the previous row), (13 DC, 3 DC in one loop) * 10, 6 DC,

CH, turn (176)

2 row: 2 CH, 7 DC, 3 DC in one loop (we knit them in the middle loop in

triple increase of the previous row), (15 DC, 3 DC in one loop) * 10, 7 DC,

CH, turn (198)

3 row: 2 CH, 8 DC, 3 DC in one loop (we knit them in the middle loop in

triple increase of the previous row), (17 DC, 3 DC in one loop) * 10, 8 DC

(220)

We fix the green thread, cut it off.

Sew on the back of the button on the top of the dress opposite the buttonhole.

We decorate the dress to your taste (optional).

We put on a dress on a doll.

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BANDAGE

We crochet with raspberry threads that you have chosen for the main knitting.

1 row: we dial 80 CH + 1 CH, from the second from the hook of the loop we knit along a chain of

CH 80 SC, CH Turn (80)

Note! Bandage length can be adjusted according to your head circumference

pupae by adding or decreasing the amount of CH in the front row. Try on

headband on his chrysalis.

2 – 5 (4 rows): 80 SC, CH, turn (80)

We do not cut the thread, continue to bind the bandage along the SL-ST contour, while

we knit one edge of 5 CH (armhole for the button).

We fix the thread, cut it off.

On the side of the bandage, where they did not make an armhole, we sew the button.

Bandage decoration (rosette).

Knit with pink threads.

1 row: we dial 60 CH + 5 CH, in the 5th from the hook we knit a loop DC, CH

skip, in the next loop we knit a combination (DC, CH, DC), CH

skip, again we knit a combination of (DC, CH, DC), CH skip … and so

to the end of the row, at the end we make a turn.

2 row: 3 CH, in the first arch we knit a combination (DC, 3 CH, 2 DC), in

we knit the next arch (2 DC, 3 CH, 2 DC), in the third arch again (2 DC, 3

CH, 2 DC), … and so on until the end of the row we knit a similar combination into magic ring

arch, at the end of the row we make a turn.

3 row: 3 CH, in the first arch we knit a combination of 8 DC, in the interval between

with the arches of the previous row we knit SL-ST, in the next arch a combination of 9

DC, between the arches SL-ST, again 9 DC in the arch, SL-ST in the gap

between the arches, … and so on until the end of the row.

Leave the long end of the thread (30 – 35 cm), cut.

We take the needle and add the resulting workpiece in the first row of CH,

after about 3 CH. We tighten the thread as tight as possible, fix. Received

turn the harvested workpiece inward, get a rose, fix

shape, making several stitches in the center.

Sew the finished rose onto the bandage.

We put a bandage on the head of the chrysalis.


NOW YOUR PUPPET BUTTERFLY IS READY FOR ALL 100% !!!

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