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Busy Butterflies


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These are 4 inches wing to wing, and bottom to top. Cute to put on the end of a stick and insert into a potted plant! Or hang on the bathroom wall. Good way to use up scrap yarn and decorate at the same time! Use a package trims too. Uses worsted weight yarns, knitting needles, US #10. Make lots in pretty colors to sell at the church bazaar! GAUGE 4 Stitches = 1 Inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS About 4 Inches From Bottom Wing Tip To Top Wing Tip. SUGGESTED YARN 10 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Small Amount Of Worsted Weight Yarn Colors Of Yarn, Your Choice 1 Pair Knitting Needles, # 10 1 Crochet Hook, Size "F", For Antennas Yarn Sewing Needle

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