The V-Stitch Crochet Butterfly Shawl is a beautiful and elegant accessory that combines the delicate grace of butterfly wings with the cozy comfort of a shawl. The shawl is designed with a series of V-stitches that create a lacy texture resembling the intricate patterns found on butterfly wings. This pattern results in a lightweight and airy shawl, making it perfect for both spring and summer.

The shawl’s wide wingspan and flowing drape make it versatile enough to be worn as a stylish wrap for special occasions or as a casual layering piece over everyday outfits. The V-stitch pattern adds visual interest to the shawl, resembling the body and veins of butterfly wings, while the openwork design keeps it breathable and not too warm.

Free Pattern: Here’s a basic pattern for the V-Stitch Crochet Butterfly Shawl:


  • Worsted weight yarn in your choice of color
  • Crochet hook suitable for your yarn weight
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends


Note: This pattern assumes you have some basic crochet knowledge.

  1. Foundation Row: Chain 5, slip stitch into the first chain to form a ring.
  2. Row 1: Chain 3 (counts as first double crochet), work 2 more double crochets into the ring, skip 2 chains, work (double crochet, chain 1, double crochet) into the next chain; repeat from * to * twice more, skip 2 chains, work 3 double crochets into the last chain, turn.
  3. Row 2: Chain 3 (counts as first double crochet), work 2 more double crochets in the same chain space, work (double crochet, chain 1, double crochet) into the next chain-1 space (the space created by the chain-1 in the previous row); repeat from * to * in each chain-1 space across, work 3 double crochets in the turning chain-3 from the previous row, turn.
  4. Repeat Row 2: Continue repeating Row 2 until the shawl reaches your desired size. Each row will have an increase of 2 double crochets at the beginning and end.
  5. Edging: Once the shawl is the size you want, you can finish the edge with a simple border of single crochet stitches, or a more decorative edge of your choice.
  6. Finishing: Fasten off your yarn and weave in any loose ends using a yarn needle.

Remember, this is just a basic pattern to get you started. You can customize the yarn, colors, and size to suit your preferences. Feel free to get creative with different stitch patterns or edgings to make your butterfly shawl truly unique and beautiful. Happy crocheting!