Back in May, I taught a Michaels class on how to filet crochet, using a lovely bookmark pattern. But as part of the bookmark, there was a fab 3D crochet butterfly we didn’t get to! So today on Facebook live I’ll catch you up on the latest Moogly news. And then on YouTube live, I’ll demonstrate how to make a stunning 3D crochet butterfly – a reader request!
And don’t forget to keep scrolling to sign up for my upcoming Michaels Community Classrooms and lives!
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Live videos are unscripted, unedited, occasionally weird, and all opinions are my own. This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations.
Facebook Live approx 10:00 am Central
In this month’s Facebook live, catch up with the latest Moogly happenings!
What I’m Wearing: Seaglass Summer Cardi
How to Make a 3D Crochet Butterfly
YouTube Live approx 10:20 am Central
This 3D crochet butterfly is part of the Crochet Bookmark for Mom – and you can CLICK HERE to learn how to crochet the filet crochet bookmark portion! However, in only an hour’s class time, we were unable to cover the butterfly portion.
So today I’m demo-ing the butterfly – perfect for all sorts of applications! While the original is made with thread, that’s quite hard to see on camera, so I’ll be using a thicker yarn.
As seen in this video:
Upcoming Lives with Moogly!
Next Moogly Live
July 26 at approx 10am CT – I will be back fresh from the Crochet Guild of America’s Chain Link 2022, so hopefully, I’ll have some fun stuff to show off from the trip!
Tips and Tricks to Level up your Crochet – Premium Online
July 26 at 6pm CT
Join us for a premium class to help you level up your crochet. Let’s explore beyond the yarn and hook with other tools for crocheters like great uses for stitch markers. Learn handy techniques like chainless starting stitches, standing stitches, weaving in ends quickly and joining jumbo yarns.
Have a wonderful day all – see you next time! And before you go, here’s a Pin for this lovely 3D Crochet Butterfly Tutorial, so you can add this post to your Pinterest boards! We appreciate (and need) your shares!