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Its spring and we sure need some flowers in our grass. Now you can wear them as a necklace.

This Pattern is Free here on my Blog.
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Necklace 17 in. (43cm)
A = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, 20g green
B = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, 5g gold
C = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, 7g purple
D = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, 5g light purple
E = 3mm Czech fire-polished crystals, 24
Nymo D Thread or Fireline (4 or 6 pound) and #11 or #12 beading needle

Start by waxing and stretching your thread. Tie in a stopper bead, leaving about a 8-10 inch tail and begin at step #1.
 
1. Pick up 11A (9A, every time after), 10B, make a circle and go with thread forward through the 1st B bead just added in this step (circle of 10 made).

 
2. Pick up 1E, go with thread left to right through the 6th B bead, step #1, down through the E bead just added and left to right through the 1st B bead, step #1.

 
3. Pick up 7C, go with thread through the 3rd B bead, step #1.

     
4. a) Pick up 7C, go with thread through the 5th B bead, step #1.
b) Pick up 7C, go with thread through the 7th B bead, step #1

 
5. a) Pick up 7C, go with thread through the 9th B bead, step #1.
b) Pick up 7C, go with thread through the 1st B bead, step #1

 
6. a) Pick up 3D, go with thread forward through the 3rd, 4th and 5th C beads, step #3.
b) Pick up 3D, go with thread through the 3rd B bead, step #1.
 
7. a) Pick up 3D, go with thread forward through the 3rd, 4th and 5th C beads, step #4a.
b) Pick up 3D, go with thread through the 5th B bead, step #1.
c) Pick up 3D, go with thread forward through the 3rd, 4th and 5th C beads, step #4b.
d) Pick up 3D, go with thread through the 7th B bead, step #1.
8. a) Pick up 3D, go with thread forward through the 3 center C beads, as shown, step #5a.
b) Pick up 3D, go with thread through the 9th B bead, step #1.
c) Pick up 3D, go with thread forward through the 3rd, 4th and 5th C beads, step #5b.
d) Pick up 3D, go with thread left to right through the 1st C bead and down through the 11th through 7th B bead (First time) or the 9th through 5th A bead (Every time after), step #1.
 
9. Pick up 12A, go with thread down through the bead the thread is exiting in stem and the 1st A bead just added in this step.

10. Pick up 3A, go with thread left to right through the 8th and 7th A beads, step #9.

 
11. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread right to left through the 6th and 5th A beads, step #9.
b) Pick up 1A, go with right to left through the 2nd A bead, step #10.
c) Pick up 1A, go with thread right to left through the 12th A beads, step #9, and down through the 7 A beads in stem as shown.

12. Pick up 2A, go with thread down through the 2 bottom beads in stem and up through the 2 A beads just added in this step.

13. Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the 2 A beads, step #12.

14. Pick up 1A, go with thread down through the 2 A beads, step #13.

15. a) Pick up 2A, go with thread down through the 2 A beads, step #13, and up through the 2 A beads just added in this step.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the 2 A beads added in this step at (a).
c) Pick up 1A, go with thread down through the 2 A beads added in this step at (b).
d) Pick up 2A, go with thread down through the 2 A beads added at (b) and up through the 2 A beads just added in this step.

16. Pick up 3A, go with thread up through the 2 A beads, step #15d, and down through the first 2 A beads just added in this step..

17. a) Pick up 2A, go with thread down through the 1st and 2nd A beads, step #16, and up through the 2 A beads just added in this step.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the 2 A beads added at (a).
c) Pick up 1A, go with thread down through the 2 A beads, added at (b).

18. a) Pick up 2A, go with thread down through the 2 A beads, step #16b, and up through the 2 A beads just added in this step.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the 2 A beads added in this step at (a).
c) Pick up 1A, go with thread down through the 2 A beads added in this step at (b).
d) Pick up 2A, go with thread down through the 2 A beads added at (b) and up through the 2 A beads just added in this step.

19. Repeat step #1 through step #4.

20. a) Pick up 3C, go with thread down through the 4th C bead in the previous flower added in step #4a.
b) Pick up 3C, go with thread down through the 9th B bead, step #1 repeat in the working flower.

21. Repeat steps #5b through #8.

22. Repeat step #9 through step #11c. After adding the beads in step #11c only go with thread down through 1 A bead in stem as shown

23. Pick up 12A, go with thread down through the 1 A bead in stem as shown and forward through the 1st A bead just added in this step.
 
24. Pick up 3A, go with thread right to left through the 8th and 7th A beads, step #23, down through the 1 A bead, step #11a, and left to right through the 6th and 5th A beads, step #23.

25. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the 2nd A bead, step #24.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the 12th A bead, step #23 and down through 7 stem beads as shown.

26. Repeat steps #12 through step #21 until necklace is the length you want. Add closures of your choice on the top petals of your flowers.


Flowers in the Grass Necklace Pattern, N0123
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Patterns tested by: Julia Wentz


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This pretty pattern can be made into a necklace or bracelet. It is not too hard to make so you should be able to finish quickly and be wearing it before you know it.  Use 2 colors of seed beads or you can make all in one color too.

The Pattern is Free on this Website.
To Purchase a Downloadable PDF: Click HERE


A = Miyuki, 11° SEED bead
B = Miyuki, 11° SEED bead
C = 4mm Fire-polished crystals, Bronze

Start by waxing and stretching your thread, use Nymo D or C-Lon & a #11 or #12 beading needle. I used Fireline 6lb. crystal.  Tie in a "stopper" bead, leaving about an 8" tail and begin at step #1.




1. Pick up 1A, 1B, 3A, 1B, go with thread up thorough the 1st A bead just added.
2. Pick up 1A, 3B, 1A, go with thread down through the 1st A and 1st B bead, step #1.
3. Pick up 2B, 5A, 2B, go with thread up through the last B bead and down through the 1st B bead, step #1, and the first 2 B beads just added in this step.
4. Pick up 2B, 9A, 2B, go with thread up through the last 2 B beads, step #3, the last B bead and down through the 1st B bead, step #1, the first 2 B beads, step #3, and down through the first 2 B beads just added in this step. 

5. Pick up 15B, go with thread up through the last 2 B beads, step #4, the last 2 B beads, step #3, the last B bead and down through the 1st B bead, step #1, the first 2 B beads, step #3, the first 2 B beads, step #4, and the 1st B bead just added in this step. First Unit complete.
6. Pick up 6B, go with thread down through the 3 B beads as shown and up through the first 3 B beads just added in this step.
7. Pick up 3B, 2A, 2B, 1C, 2B, go with thread down through 2A and 6 B beads as shown in illustration, and up through the first 3 B beads, step #6, and the first 3 B beads and 1st A bead just added in this step.
8. Pick up 1A, 3B, go with thread down through the 2 A beads, step #7.
9. Pick up 1B, 3A, go with thread up through the 3rd A and 2 B beads, step #7, through the 3 B and 1 A bead, step #8, down through the 1st A bead, step #7, and the 1st B bead just added in this step.
10. Pick up 2B, 5A, go with thread up through the 3 B beads, step #7, down through the B bead, step #9, and the 2 B beads just added in this step.
11. Pick up 2B, 9A, go with thread up through the 2nd and 3rd B beads, step #6, the 3 B beads, step #7, down through the 1 B bead, step #9, 2 B beads, step #10, and the 2 B beads just added in this step.
12. Pick up 14B, go with thread up through the 6 B beads on the left side of Unit and down through the 6 B beads on the right side of Unit as shown.



13. Continue necklace by repeating steps #6 through #12 until it fits.


14. To add clasp, pick up 3A, clasp, 3A, go with thread up through 1B, 2A beads in necklace. Continue with thread around through the clasp beads several times for strength. Weave the working thread into the necklace and end. Repeat the clasp directions in the same manner at the other end of necklace after removing the stopper bead.



Scalloped Lace Necklace/Bracelet Pattern, NB0151
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This pretty bracelet is easy to make and uses a handful of seed beads and 3mm fire-polished crystals. When finished it looks like delicate lace around your wrist.


The Pattern is Free on this Website.
To Purchase a Downloadable PDF: Click HERE
 
A = Miyuki® #593, 11/0 seed bead
B = Miyuki® #301, 11/0 seed bead
C = 3mm Fire-polished, Crystal Capri

Start by waxing and stretching your thread, use Nymo D or C-Lon & a #11 or #12 beading needle. I used Fireline 6lb. crystal.  Tie in a "stopper" bead, leaving about an 12" tail and begin at step #1.
     

1. Pick up 1C, 3B, go with thread forward through the C and 1st and 2nd B beads just added in this step.
 


2. Pick up 8A, go with thread forward through the 1st and 2nd A beads just added in this step.
 

3. Pick up 6B, go with thread forward through the 1st B bead just added in this step and the 3rd and 4th A beads added in step #2.


4. Pick up 2B, 1C, 1B, go with thread forward through the 1st b bead just added in this step and the 5th and 6th A beads, step #2.


5. Pick up 6B, go with thread forward through the 1st B bead, just added in this step, the 7th and 8th A beads, step #2, the 2nd B bead, step #1, the 1st and 2nd A beads, step #2, the 1st A bead, step #3, the 3rd and 4th A beads, step #2 and the 1st and 2nd A and 1 C beads, step #4.


6. Pick up 3B, go with thread down through the C bead, step #4 and forward through the 1st and 2nd B beads just added in this step.


7. Repeat steps #2 through #4. Pick up 6B, go with thread forward through the 1st B bead, just added in this step, the 7th and 8th A beads, step #2 and up through the 3rd B bead, step #6.


8. Pick up 3A, go with thread right to left through the 1st B bead, step #4 or #7(c) and up through the 5th and 6th A beads, step #2 or #7(a) and the 6th B bead, step #5 or #7(d).


9. Pick up 3A, go with thread left to right through the 2nd A bead, step #8.



10. Pick up 2A, 4B, go with thread down through the 2nd ans 3rd A beads, step #9, the 2nd A bead, step #8 and up through the 2 A and 1st and 2nd B beads just added in this step.
 

11.  Pick up 1B, go with thread down through the 3rd and 4th B beads, step #10, the 2nd and 3rd A beads, step #9, the 2nd A bead, step #8 and up through the 1st and 2nd A beads, step #10.



12. Pick up 1A, go with thread down through the 2nd and 1st B beads, step #7(d). following blue line in drawing weave through with working thread, coming out at the 1st B bead, step #6.


13. Pick up 3A, go with thread up through the 3rd B bead, step #4 or #7(c), down through the 4th and 3rd A beads, step #4 or #7(a) and the 2nd B bead, step #4 or #7(b).
  
14. a) Pick up 3A, go with thread left to right through the 2nd A bead, step #13.
b) Pick up 2A, 4B, go with thread forward through the 2nd and 3rd A beads, this step at (a), the 2nd A bead, step #13 and through the 2 A and 1st and 2nd B beads just added in this step.
c) Pick up 1B, go with thread forward through the 3rd and 4th B beads, this step at (b), the 2nd and 3rd A beads, this step at (a), the 2nd A bead, step #13 and the 1st and 2nd A beads, this step at (b). 
d) Pick up 1A, with working thread follow blue line up in drawing, coming out with thread down at the 1 C bead added in step #7(c).

15. Continue bracelet by repeating steps #6 through #14 until it fits.



16. To add clasp, pick up 4A, clasp, 4A, go with thread up through the C bead in bracelet. Continue with working thread around through the clasp beads several times. Weave the working thread into the bracelet and end. Repeat the clasp directions in the same manner on the other end after removing the stopper bead.









Pearls and Gold Bracelet Pattern, B0165
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Seed beads, 4mm crystals and the new 2 hole Wibeduo beads make a beautiful necklace. I used 2 colors of the seed beads and a beautiful jade color on the Wibeduo beads.   


This Pattern is Free here on my Blog.
To Purchase a Downloadable PDF for 99¢ : Click HERE
 
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A = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, color 1, 84* beads
B = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, color 2, 54* beads
C = 4 mm crystals, 14* crystals
W = Wibeduo® 2 hole bead, 3* beads
Nymo D, C-Lon Thread or Fireline (4 or 6 pound), #11 or #12 beading needle

*Beads counts are per repeat (Unit), repeats for this necklace are about 1 inches.

1. Pick up (1C, 1A, 5B, 1A, 1C), 2A, go with thread forward through ( ) beads just added in this step.

2. Pick up 3A, 1W, 3A, 1C, 2A, go with thread right to left through the 1 A bead, top hole of the W bead and the next A bead as shown.

3. Pick up 2A, 5B, go with thread down through the last 2 A beads, step #2.

4. Pick up 3B, go with thread up through the 2 A beads, step #3, down through the C bead, step #1 or step #11, left to right through 3 A beads, the top hole of the W bead and the next 3 A beads, step #2.

5. Pick up 5A, go with thread right to left through the bottom hole of the W bead, step #2.

6. Pick up 5A, go with thread left to right through 3 A beads, the top hole of the W bead and the next 3 A beads, step #2, forward through the 5 A beads, step #5, the bottom hole of the W bead and through the 1st A bead just added in this step.

7. Pick up 2A, 1C, go with thread left to right through the 3rd, 2nd and 1st A beads, step #6, the bottom hole in the W bead, step #2, and the 5th A bead, step #5.

8. Pick up 2A, 1C, go with thread right to left through the 3rd, 4th and 5th A beads, step #5, and down through the 2 A beads just added in this step.

9. Pick up 2B, 2A, 1C, 2A, 2B, go with thread up through the 2 A beads, step #7.


10. Pick up 3B, go with thread down through 2 A beads and up through the C bead, step #8. Continue with working tread by following the blue dotted line in illustration, coming out with the working thread up through the C bead, step #2.

11. Pick up (1A, 5B, 1A, 1C), 2A, go with thread up through the C bead, step #2, and forward through ( ) beads just added in this step.

12. Repeat step #2 through #8.

13. Pick up 2B, 3A, 1C, 3A, 2B, go with thread up through the 2 A beads, step #7.

14. Pick up 3B, go with thread down through the 2 A beads, step #8, 2 B beads, 3 A beads, top hole of the W bead and the next A bead, step #13.

15. a) Pick up 2A, 1C, go with thread down through the 3rd and 2nd A beads (second set of 3 A beads), step #13.
b)
Pick up 3B, go with thread up through the 2nd and 1st A beads, step #13. 

16. Pick up 1C, 2A, go with thread right to left through the 3rd A bead, top hole of the W bead and the next A bead, step #13, and the 2 A beads, step #15a.


17. a) Pick up 5A, go with thread left to right through the bottom hole of the W bead, step #13.
b) Pick up 5A, go with thread right to left through the 2 A beads, step #16, the 3rd A bead, top hole of the W bead and the next A bead, step #13, and the 2 A beads, step #15a, forward through the 5 A beads added in this step at (a), the bottom hole of the W bead, step #13, and the 1st A bead just added in this step.

18. a) Pick up 2A, 1C, go with thread right to left through the 3rd, 2nd and 1st A beads, step #17b, the bottom hole in the W bead, and the next A bead, step #13.
b) Pick up 2A, 1C, go with thread left to right through the 3rd, 4th and 5th A beads, step #17, the bottom hole of the W bead, the next A bead, step #13, and down through the 2 A beads added in this step at (a).


19.  a) Pick up 7B, go with thread up through the 2A, beads, step #18b.
b) Pick up 3B, go with thread down through the 2A, beads, and up through the C bead, step #18a, right to left through the 3rd, 2nd and 1st A beads, step #17b,and the bottom hole in the W bead, step #13. Continue with working tread by following the blue dotted line in illustration, coming out with the working thread up through the C bead, step #2.

20. Pick up (1A, 5B, 1A, 1C), 2A, go with thread up through the C bead, step #2, and forward through ( ) beads just added in this step.

21. Repeat step #2 through #11

22. Continue by repeating steps #12 through #21 until the necklace is the length that you would like. Add clasps of your choice on both ends Continue with thread around through the clasp beads several times for strength. Weave the working thread into the necklace and end.

Jade Lace Necklace Pattern, N0376
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No mass production of this design is permitted without permission from the author.
Patterns tested by: Julia Wentz

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Design by Sandra D. Halpenny
This beautiful new bracelet pattern is made using the new Wibeduo beads in the design. They look wonderful next to the crystals and both will sparkle on your wrist. This bracelet is a great every day bracelet that can be worn almost any time.


This Pattern is Free here on my Blog.
To Purchase a Downloadable PDF:Click HERE

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A = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, 100* beads
C = 4 mm crystals, 9* beads
W = Wibeduo® 8 x 8 mm beads, 5* beads
Nymo D, C-Lon Thread or Fireline (4 or 6 pound), #11 or #12 beading needle
*Beads counts are per repeat (Unit), repeats for this bracelet are about 1-1/2 inches.

Start by waxing and stretching your thread. Tie in a “stopper” bead, leaving about a 8-10” tail and begin at step #1.

1. Pick up 1A, 1C, 4A, 1W, 3A, go with thread forward through all the beads just added in this step.

2. Pick up 12A, 1C, go with thread up through the right side hole in the W bead added in the last step.

3. Pick up 1C, 12A, go with thread left to right through the 2nd, 3rd and 4th A beads (of the 4A), step #1. Continue with working thread by following the blue dotted line in illustration around through the beads, coming out with thread up through the 1st A bead just added in this step.

4. Pick up 3A, go with thread down through the 3rd, 2nd and 1st A beads and the C bead, step #3 or the 10th, 11th, and 12th A beads, step #18a, the right side hole of the W bead step # 3 or #17, the 1 C and 12th A bead, step #2 or the 1 C and 1st A bead, step #18b. 
 
5. Pick up 3A, go with thread up through the 10th, 11th and 12th A beads and the 1 C bead, step #2 or the 3rd, 2nd and 1st A beads and 1 C, step #18b, the right side hole of the W bead, step #3 or #17, the C bead and the 1st A bead, step #3, and the 1st and 2nd A beads, step #4, or the 1 C and 12th A, step #18a, and the 1st and 2nd A beads, step #4 repeat. 

6. Pick up 1A, 1W, 5A, go with thread right to left through the top hole of the W bead just added in this step.

7. Pick up 4A, go with thread left to right through the 1st A bead, the bottom hole of the W bead and the next A bead, step #6.

8. Pick up 3A, 1C, 1W, 1C, 4A, 1W, 5A, go with thread left to right through the bottom hole of the last W bead just added in this step.

9. Pick up 4A, go with thread right to left through the 4th A bead (of the 4A), the top hole of the last W bead and the 1st A bead (of the 5A), step #8, and up through the 2nd A bead, step #5.

10. Pick up 1A, 1C, 1W, 1C, 1A, go with thread up and left to right through the 2nd A bead, step #4, the 1st A bead, the bottom hole of the W bead and the next A bead, step #6, and the 1st A bead, step #8.

11. a) Pick up 1A, 1C, go with thread down through the right side hole of the W bead, step #10.
b) Pick up 1C, 1A, go with thread down through the 3rd A bead (of the 4A), step #8.
  12. Pick up 3A, go with thread up through the 1st A bead (of the 4A), the 2nd C bead, the left side hole of the W bead, the 1st C bead and the 3rd A bead, step #8.

13. Pick up 3A, go with thread down through the 1st, 2nd and 3rd A beads, the 1st C bead, the left side hole in the W bead, the 2nd C bead and the 1st A bead (of the 4A), step #8, and the 3rd and 2nd A beads, step #12.

14. Pick up 12A, go with thread up through the right side hole of the W bead, step #8.

15. Pick up 4A, 1C, 1A, go with thread right to left through the 10th, 11th and 12th A beads, step #14, up through the W bead, step #8, and forward through the 1st, 2nd and 3rd A beads just added in this step.

16. Pick up 9A, go with thread down through the 2nd and 1st A beads, step #13. Continue with working thread by following the blue dotted line in illustration around through the beads, coming out with thread down through the C bead, step #15.
First Unit complete.
17. Starting next Unit.
Pick up 4A, 1W, 4A, go with thread down through the C bead, step #15, forward through the 4 A beads, 1 W bead and the next 3 A beads just added in this step.
18. a) Pick up 12A, 1C, go with thread down through the right side hole of the W bead, step #17.
b) Pick up 1C, 14A, go with thread down through the 9th and 8th A beads, step #14 in the previous Unit.
19. a) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th A beads, step #18b, the last A bead, the C bead and the 4th A bead, step #15 in the previous Unit.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the 1st and 2nd A beads, step #18a.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread down through the 2nd and 1st A beads, step #16 in the previous Unit. Continue with working thread by following the green dotted line in illustration around through the beads, coming out with thread up through the C bead and the 12th A bead, step #18a.

20. Finish Unit by following steps #4 through step #16.









21. Continue by repeating steps #17 through #20 until the bracelet is the length that you would like.
To add clasp, pick up 4A, clasp, 4A, go with thread down through 1A, 1C, 1A beads in bracelet center. Continue with thread around through the clasp beads several times for strength. Weave the working thread into the bracelet and end. Repeat the clasp directions in the same manner at the other end of bracelet after removing the stopper bead.
Makeda Bracelet Pattern, B0287
The name “Makeda” is African name and means a queenly woman.
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Patterns tested by: Julia Wentz

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This beautiful bracelet is made using seed beads, Czech Twin 2-hole beads and Czech Vexolo beads. It will make a wonderful addition to your bracelet collection. And with step-by-step directions you can make one for yourself. 

his Pattern is Free here on my Blog.
To Purchase a Downloadable PDF: Click HERE


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A = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, 90* beads
C = 2 mm Fire-polished crystals, 6* beads
T = Czech Twin** 2-hole beads, 8* beads
V = Czech Vexolo 2-hole beads, 8* beads
Nymo D, C-Lon Thread or Fireline (4 or 6 pound), #11 or #12 beading needle

*Beads counts are per repeat, repeats for this bracelet are about 1-1/4 inches

**You can use other beads with the similar shape, such as SuperDuo and GBDuo, in place of the twin beads; they will make the center motif bigger.

Start by waxing and stretching your thread. Tie in a “stopper” bead, leaving about a 8-10” tail and begin at step #1.






1. Pick up 2A, 2V (follow bead placement in illustration), 4A, 2T,1A, 2T, 1A, 2T, 1A, 2T,  go with thread forward through the 4th A bead (of the 4A) just added in this step. Continue with working thread around through the center beads again, coming out at the 4th A bead and then continue up through the 3rd A bead as shown.




2. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the top hole in the 1st T bead, step #1 or step #17.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the top hole in the 2nd T bead, step #1 or step #17.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread left to right through 1 A bead in center circle of beads and then up through the 2nd A bead just added in this step.





3. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the top hole in the 3rd T bead, step #1 or step #17.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the top hole in the 4th T bead, step #1 or step #17.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread left to right through 1 A bead in center circle of beads and then up through the 2nd A bead just added in this step.





4. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the top hole in the 5th T bead, step #1 or step #17.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the top hole in the 6th T bead, step #1 or step #17.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread left to right through 1 A bead in center circle of beads and then up through the 2nd A bead just added in this step.






5. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the top hole in the 7th T bead, step #1 or step #17.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the top hole in the 8th T bead, and the up through the 2nd A bead (of the 4A), step #1 or step #17.





6. a) Pick up 1C, go with thread up through the 1 A bead, step #2a.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread up through the right holes in the V beads, step #1 or step #17.
c) Pick up 1A, go with thread forward through the first 2 A beads, step #1 or the 2nd and 3rd A beads, step #15c. Continue with working thread by following the thread path in illustration through your Unit, coming out with thread left to right through the 1 A bead, step #2b.




7. a) Pick up 4A, go with thread left to right through the 1 A bead, step #2b, the top hole of the 2nd T bead, step #1 or step #17, and the 1st A bead, step #2c.
b) Pick up 1C, go with thread left to right through the 1 A bead, step #3a.




8. a)Pick up 1A, 2V (follow bead placement in illustration),3A, go with thread down through the 2V beads as shown.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the 1st A bead, step #2c, the 1 C bead, step #7b, the 1 A bead, step #3a, the top hole of the 3rd T bead, step #1 or step #17, and the 1 A bead, step #3b.
9. a)Pick up 4A, go with thread left to right through the 1 A bead, step #3b, the top hole of the 4th T bead, step #1 or step #17, and the 1st A bead, step #3c.
b) Pick up 1C, go with thread left to right through the 1 A bead, step #4a.
c) Pick up 1A, 2V (follow bead placement in illustration),3A, go with thread down through the 2V beads as shown.
d) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the 1st A bead, step #3c, the 1 C bead added in this step at (b), the 1 A bead, step #4a, the top hole of the 5th T bead, step #1 or step #17, and the 1 A bead, step #4b.

10. a)Pick up 4A, go with thread right to left through the 1 A bead, step #4b, the top hole of the 6th T bead, step #1 or step #17, and the 1st A bead, step #4c.
b) Pick up 1C, go with thread right to left through the 1 A bead, step #5a.

11. Pick up 1A, 2V (follow bead placement in illustration),3A, go with thread down through the 2V beads as shown.


12. a)Pick up 1A, go with thread right to left through the 1st A bead, step #4c, the 1 C bead added in this step #10b, the 1 A bead, step #5a, the top hole of the 7th T bead, step #1 or step #17, and the 1 A bead, step #5b.
b) Pick up 4A, go with thread forward through the 1 A bead, step #5b, and up through the 1st and 2nd A beads just added in this step.


13. a)Pick up 1A, go with thread down (left to right) through the 3rd A bead, step #12b.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the right side holes of the 2 V beads, right to left through the 3 A beads and down through the left side hole of the 2 V beads, step #11.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread up (left to right) through the 2nd A bead, step #10a.
14. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread forward (left to right) through the 3rd A bead, step #10a.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the right side holes of the 2 V beads, and forward through the 3 A beads, step #9c.
c) Pick up 5A, 1C, 1A, go with thread forward through the 2nd and 3rd A beads, and down through the left side hole of the 2 V beads, step #9c.
d) Pick up 2A, go with thread up (left to right) through the 2nd A bead, step #9a.

15. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread down (right to left) through the 3rd A bead, step #9a.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the right side holes of the 2 V beads, and forward through the 1st and 2nd A beads, step #8a.
c) Pick up 1A, 1C, 5A, go with thread forward through the 3 A beads, and down through the left side hole of the 2 V beads, step #8a.
d) Pick up 2A, go with thread up (right to left) through the 2nd A bead, step #7a.
e) Pick up 1A, go with thread down (right to left) through the 3rd A bead, step #7a.
f) Pick up 2A, go with thread up through the right side holes of the 2 V beads, right to left through the 3 A beads (as shown) and down through the left side hole of the 2 V beads, and the 1st 1 A bead (of the 4A), step #1 or step #17.
  

16. Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 2nd, 3rd and 4th A beads, step #12b, and the 1 A bead, step #5b. Continue with working thread by following the thread path in the illustration, through the Unit, coming out with thread forward through the 1 A, 1 C and 3 A beads added in step #15c.
First Unit complete.


17. Pick up 2V (follow bead placement in illustration), 4A, 2T,1A, 2T, 1A, 2T, 1A, 2T, go with thread forward through the 4th A bead (of the 4A) just added in this step. Continue with working thread around through the center beads again, coming out at the 4th A bead and then continue up through the 3rd A bead as shown.

18. Start next Unit by following steps #2 through step #10b.


19. a) Pick up 1A, 2V (follow bead placement in illustration), go with thread down through the 3rd and 4th A beads, step #14c.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread down (left to right) through the 2V beads as shown.

20. Finish Unit by following steps #12 through step #16.


21. Continue by repeating steps #17 through #20 until the bracelet is the length that you would like.
Add clasps of your choice on both ends Continue with thread around through the clasp beads several times for strength. Weave the working thread into the bracelet and end.

   

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Surround your favorite 6mm crystal with Vexolo and GBDuo beads. I used 5 beautiful 6mm Swarovski Cube beads for my center crystal.

This Pattern is Free here on my Blog.
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A
= Miyuki 11° SEED bead, 40*
C
= Cube bead 6 mm beads, 1*
T = Miyuki 10° Triangle bead, 6*
G
= Czech GBDUO 2.5 x 5 mm, 6*
V
= Czech VEXOLO 5 x 8 mm beads, 8*
*
Bead Counts are per repeat, repeat is approximately 1-1/2"
Nymo D, C-Lon Thread or Fireline (4 or 6 pound), #11 or #12 beading needle

Abbreviations:
BH = bottom hole
TH = Top hole
The (BH) bottom hole of the Vexolo beads is the wider end.





I layout my beads on my working surface before picking them up. This helps to pick them up in the correct order.


Start by waxing and stretching your thread. Tie in a “stopper” bead, leaving about a 8-10” tail and begin at step #1.


1. Pick up 2T, 3A, 1V(BH), 1G, 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(BH), 3A, 2T, 3A, 1V(BH), 1G, 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(BH), 3A go with thread down through the first 2 T beads and the 1st and 2nd A bead just added in this step
In this step you need to really follow the way to pick up the beads in the illustration to make sure you are picking them up the correct way.





2. a) Pick up 3A, go with thread left to right through the 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(BH), 1G, 1V(BH), 1G, 1V(TH), as shown in illustration.
b) Pick up 3A, go with thread forward through the 2 A, 2 T and 2 A beads as shown in illustration.







3. a) Pick up 3A, go with thread right to left through the 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(BH), 1G, 1V(BH), 1G, 1V(TH), as shown in illustration.
b) Pick up 3A, go with thread forward through the 2 A, 2 T and 3 A beads and 1V(BH) as shown in illustration.





4. Pick up 1A, 1T, 1A, go with thread right to left through the top 1V(BH) as shown in illustration, 3 A beads, down through 2 T beads, left to right through 2 A beads and then the 3 A beads, step #2a. Continue with working thread by following the thread path in the illustration, through your piece, coming out with thread right to left through the top right 1 V (BH) bead as shown.






5. Pick up 1A, 1T, 1A, go with thread left to right through the bottom right 1V(BH) as shown in illustration, 3 A beads, up through 2 T beads, right to left through 3 A beads, the top right 1 V (BH) bead as shown, and down through the 3 beads just added in this step.




6. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread right to left through the 1V(TH), in the bottom as shown in illustration.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread right to left through the next 1V(TH), in the bottom as shown in illustration.
c) Pick up 1A, go with thread up through the 3 beads added in step #4.



7. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread left to right through the 1V(TH), in the top as shown in illustration.
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread left to right through the next 1V(TH), in the top as shown in illustration.
c) Pick up 1A, go with thread down through the 1st A and 1 T beads added in step #5.



8. Pick up 1C, go with thread down through the 1 T bead, step #4, left to right through the C bead just added in this step, down through the 1 T bead and the 2nd A bead, step #5. Continue with working thread by following the thread path in the illustration through the Unit, coming out with thread down through the 2 T beads as shown. First Unit made.


9.Pick up 3A, 1V(BH), 1G, 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(BH), 3A, 2T, 3A, 1V(BH), 1G, 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(TH), 1G, 1V(BH), 3A go with thread down through the center 2 T beads in the previous Unit and the 1st and 2nd A bead just added in this step


10. Continue Unit by repeating steps #2 through step #8.
Continue by repeating steps #9 and #10 until the bracelet is the length that you would like. To add clasp, pick up 3A, clasp, 3A, go with thread up (or down) through 2T beads in bracelet. Continue with thread around through the clasp beads several times for strength. Weave the working thread into the bracelet and end. Repeat the clasp directions in the same manner at the other end of bracelet after removing the stopper bead.







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This beautiful snowflake ornament is made with the new Czech ZoliDuo beads, seed beads and crystals. It will make a great addition to any celebration, even just on a snow day.


This Pattern is Free here on my Blog.
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Bead Store - 3" Snowflake

A = Miyuki 11° SEED bead,  322 beads

B = Miyuki 8° SEED bead, 6 beads

C = 4 mm crystals, 6 beads

D = 6 mm crystals, 6 beads

LZ =  Czech ZoliDuo Left 5x8 mm beads, 12 beads

RZ =  Czech ZoliDuo Right 5x8 mm beads, 12 beads





Nymo D Thread or Fireline (4 or 6 pound)

#11 or #12 beading needle

Start by waxing and stretching your thread. Tie in a “stopper” bead, leaving about a 8-10” tail and begin at step #1.
Round 1
Pick up 3A, 1RZ, 1A, 1LZ, 4A, 1RZ, 1A, 1LZ, 4A, 1RZ, 1A, 1LZ, 4A, 1RZ, 1A, 1LZ, 4A, 1RZ, 1A, 1LZ, 4A, 1RZ, 1A, 1LZ, 1A, make a ring by going with thread through the 1st and 2nd A beads just added. Continue with working thread around through all the beads again, plus go through the 1st and 2nd A beads again. 


Round 2
a) Pick up 1B, 1A, go with thread through right to left through the RZ bead added in Round 1.
b) Pick up 1D, go with thread right to left through the top hole of the LZ bead in R1.
c) Pick up 1A, 1B, go with thread through right to left through the 2nd and 3rd A beads (of a 4A set), and up through the 1B bead just added.
d) Pick up 1A, go with thread right to left through the top hole of the RZ bead in R1.
e) Repeat (b, c, d) around 4 more times, Repeat (b) 1 time.
f) Pick up 1A, go with thread down through the 1 B bead added in the first repeat of (a) this Round, right to left through 2 A beads, R1, up through the 1 B, 1 A beads added at (a), right to left through the top hole of the RZ bead, R1 and the D bead added in this Round at (b).

Round 3
a) Pick up 1LZ, 3A, go with thread left to right through the top hole of the LZ bead just added in this step.
b) Pick up 1A, 1RZ, 3A, go with thread right to left through the bottom hole of the RZ bead just added in this step, the D bead, R2b, the LZ bead, R1, the 1 A bead, R2c, the 1 A bead, R2d, the RZ bead, R1 and the next D bead, R2b.
c) Repeat (a, b) around 5 more times.
d) Continue with working thread forward through the LZ bead, R1, the next 1 A bead, R2c, and the 1 A bead, R2d.

Round 4
a) Pick up 1C, 4A, go with thread right to left through the 3rd A bead, R3b.
b) Pick up 3A, go with thread right to left through the 1st A bead, R3b.
c) Pick up 5A, go with thread right to left through the 3rd A bead, R3a.
d) Pick up 3A, go with thread right to left through the 1st A bead, R3a.
e) Pick up 4A, 1C, go with thread right to left through the 1 A bead, R2c, the 1 A bead, R2d and up through the C bead just added.
f) Pick up 4A, go with thread right to left through the 3rd A bead, R3b.
g) Repeat (b, c, d, e, f) around 4 more times. Repeat (b, c, d) 1 time. Please note: the 4th repeat it’s the 1 A bead R2f and R2a
h) Pick up 4A, go with thread down through the 1 C bead added in this Round at (a), right to left through the 1 A bead, R2c, and the 1 A bead, R2d, up through 1 C bead and 1st A bead added in this Round at (a).

Round 5
a) Pick up 4A, go with thread right to left through 2 A beads on top of the C bead in R4 as shown, and up through the 1st and 2nd A beads just added in this step.
b) Pick up 1A, go with thread down through 3rd and 4th A beads added at (a), right to left through 2 A beads on top of the C bead in R4 as shown and then continue through the 2nd and 3rd A beads, R4a (first time) or R4f (every time after).
c) Pick up 3A, go with thread right to left through the 2nd and 3rd A beads, R4b, the 1st A bead, R3b, and the 1st through 4th A beads, R4c.
d) Pick up 6A, go with thread right to left through the 2nd, 3rd and 4th A beads, R4c, and forward through the 1st through 3rd A beads just added in this step.
e) Pick up 1A, go with thread forward through the 4th through 6th A beads added at (d) right to left through the 2nd through 5th A beads, R4c, the 3rd A bead, R3a, and the 1st and 2nd A beads, R4d.
f) Pick up 3A, go with thread forward through the 2nd, 3rd and 4th A beads, R4e, and the 1st A bead, R4f.
g) Repeat (a, b, c, d, e, f) around 5 more times.
h) Weave the working thread into the snowflake and end.
  
Snowflake Tips
Bead colors for rounds R = Round
Each Round begins at the red dotin drawing
The snowflakes are done in Rounds.
Making hangers for your snowflake
Make it with beads, make a loop with as many beads as you would like, or use a piece of fishing line, making it invisible with monofilament or a piece of pretty ribbon. Add ribbon after your snowflake is stiffened. 

Finishing
After the snowflake is complete, you can stiffen it with SC Johnson Pledge Futureshine. It is a great stiffener; it stays clear even on the crys­tals. Test it first if you use seed beads with dyed colors to make sure the floor finish doesn’t remove the colors.

Pour enough of the Future® Shine into a small container that is wide enough for the ornament. Float the ornament into the Future® Shine and push it around a bit with your finger. (After I am done, I use a funnel and pour the extra back into the bottle)

Take the ornament out and blot both sides with a paper towel.

Put the ornament on a piece of wax paper, shape and flatten it and let it remain on the wax paper to dry. (If you use plastic wrap, the beads can stick a bit to the wrap, so it needs to be moved around a bit to prevent this from hap­pening.) If your ornament needs a little extra flattening, use two pieces of wax paper and sandwich your ornament in between; put a book on top of the wax paper for about an hour. Take the book and the top piece of wax paper off the ornament and let dry overnight on the bottom piece of wax paper.

Snowflake Ornament #144 Pattern, S0144
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A = Toho 11° SEED bead, 47*
= 4mm Fire-polished crystal, 2* 
= 6mm Fire-polished crystal, 1*
= Vexolo bead right 5x8 mm, 6*
Bead Counts are per repeat, repeat is approximately 1 inch
Nymo D Thread or Fireline (4 or 6 pound)
#11 or #12 beading needle

Abbreviations:
V (TH) = Top hole of the Czech VEXOLO
V (BH) = Bottom hole of the Czech VEXOLO

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1. Pick up 1B, 1A, 1B, 6A, go with thread forward through the 1 B, 1 A and 1 B beads as shown.

2. Pick up 1A, 1V (TH), 1A, 1V (BH), 1A, 1V (TH), 1A, 1B, 1A, go with thread right to left through the bottom hole of the last V bead just added in this step.

3. Pick up 4A, 1V (TH), 4A, go with thread right to left through the bottom hole of the 1st V bead, step #2.

4.a) Pick up 1A, go with thread up through the 2nd B bead and the 1st A bead of the 6A, step #1 (first time) or the B bead and the 1st the 1st A bead of the 6A, step #10 (every time after).
b) Pick up 3A, go with thread left to right through the top hole of the 2nd Z bead, step #2.
c) Pick up 4A, go with thread down and then right to left through the B bead, last A bead and the bottom hole of the 3rd V bead, step #2, and the 1st A bead, step #3.


5. Pick up 4A, 1V (TH), 1A, go with thread right to left through the bottom hole of the V bead, step #3.

6. Pick up 1A, 1V (TH), 3A, go with thread left to right through the bottom hole of the V bead just added in this step.

7. Pick up 1A, 1C, 1A, go with thread left to right through bottom hole of the V bead, step #5.

8. Pick up 2A, go with thread right to left through 4th A bead, the top hole of the V bead and the last A bead, step #5, the bottom hole of the V bead, step #3, the 1st A bead, the top hole of the V bead and the next A bead, step #6.


9. Pick up 3A, go with thread up through the last A bead, step #3. Continue with working thread through Unit following the thread path in illustration, coming out with thread down through the 1 B bead, step #2.

10. Pick up 1A, 1B, 5A, go with thread down through the 4th A bead, step #4c, the B bead, step #2, forward through the 1st A bead and the 1 B bead just added in this step.
11. Continue by repeating steps #2 through #10 until the necklace is the length that you would like.
To add clasp, pick up 3A, clasp, 3A, go with thread up through 1 B and 1 A beads in necklace. Continue with thread around through the clasp beads several times for strength. Weave the working thread into the necklace and end. Repeat the clasp directions in the same manner at the other end of necklace after removing the stopper bead.


Aztec Gold Necklace Pattern, N0371
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This beautiful beaded bracelet is made using the new Czech Vexolo Beads.

This Pattern is Free here on my Blog.
To Purchase a Downloadable PDF: Click HERE

A = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, color 1 (gold), 56*
B = Miyuki 11° SEED bead, color 2 (dk blue), 28*
G = Czech GBDUOl 2.5 x 5 mm, 16*
V = Czech VEXOLO 5 x 8 mm beads , 4*
*Bead Counts are per repeat, repeat is approximately 1"

Nymo D Thread or Fireline (4 or 6 pound) #11 or #12 beading needle
Start by waxing and stretching your thread. Tie in a “stopper” bead, leaving about a 8-10” tail and begin at step #1.
1. Pick up 2A, 2B, 4A, 2B, 2A, 2B, 4A, 2B, go with working thread around through all the beads again and then continue around coming out with thread at the 2nd set of 2 B beads just added.

2. Pick up 1B, 2A, 1B, 2G, 1B, 2G, 1B, 2G, 1B, 2G, go with thread forward through the 2nd B bead just added. Continue and go with working thread around through all the center circle of beads again, coming out with thread up through the 2nd A bead as shown.

 
3. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread forward through the top hole of the 1st G bead, step #2.
b) Pick up 1V in the narrow end, and go with thread forward through the top hole of the 2nd G bead, step #2.


 
4. Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 3rd B bead, step #2, and up through the 2nd A bead just added in this step.

 
5. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread forward through the top hole of the 3rd G bead, step #2.
b) Pick up 1V in the narrow end, and go with thread forward through the top hole of the 4th G bead, step #2.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 4th B bead, step #2, and up through the 2nd A bead just added in this step.
6. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread forward through the top hole of the 5th G bead, step #2.
b) Pick up 1V in the narrow end, and go with thread forward through the top hole of the 6th G bead, step #2.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 5th B bead, step #2, and up through the 2nd A bead just added in this step.
7. a) Pick up 1A, go with thread forward through the top hole of the 7th G bead, step #2.
b) Pick up 1V in the narrow end, and go with thread forward through the top hole of the 8th G bead, and the 1st A bead, step #2, and the 1 A bead, step #3a.
 
8. a) Pick up 1B, go with thread forward through the third set of 2 B beads, step #1 (first time) or the second set of 2 B beads, step #16 (every time after)..
b) Pick up 1G, and go with thread forward through the top hole of the V bead, step #3b.

9. a) Pick up 1G, 3B, go with thread forward through 1st A bead, step #4, and the 1 A bead, step #5a.
b) Pick up 3B, 1G, go with thread forward through top hole of the V bead, step #3b.
c) Pick up 1G, 3B, go with thread forward through 1st A bead, step #5c, and the 1 A bead, step #6a.
d) Pick up 3B, 1G, go with thread forward through top hole of the V bead, step #6b.
e) Pick up 1G, 3B, go with thread forward through 1st A bead, step #6c, and the 1 A bead, step #7a.
f) Pick up 3B, 1G, go with thread forward through top hole of the V bead, step #7b.

10. Pick up 1G. go with thread down through the 2 B, 2 A, 2 B and 2 A beads, as shown, step #1 or step #15, and the 1 G bead, step #8b.

11. a) Pick up 4A, go with thread forward through top hole of the G bead, step #9a
b) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 1st and 2nd B beads, step #9a.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 2nd and 3rd B beads, step #9b.


 
12. a) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through top hole of the G bead, step #9b.
b) Pick up 4A, go with thread forward through top hole of the G bead, step #9c.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 1st and 2nd B beads, step #9c.
d) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 2nd and 3rd B beads, step #9d.

13. a) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through top hole of the G bead, step #9d.
b) Pick up 4A, go with thread forward through top hole of the G bead, step #9e.
c) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 1st and 2nd B beads, step #9e.
d) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through the 2nd and 3rd B beads, step #9f.

14. a) Pick up 2A, go with thread forward through top hole of the G bead, step #9f.
b) Pick up 4A, go with forward through top hole of the G bead, step #10. Continue with working thread around through the outer beads of the unit as shown. Come out with thread up through the 2 A beads added at step #13a.

15. Pick up 2A, 2B, 2A, 2B, 2A, go with thread up through the center 2A, 2B, 2A, 2B, 2A, beads as shown and forward through the first 2 A and first 2 B beads just added. Please note: I actually went through these same beads twice.

 
16. Continue by repeating steps #2 through #15 until the bracelet is the length that you would like.
To add clasp, pick up 3 seed beads, clasp, 3 seed beads, go with thread up through 2 center seed bead in bracelet. Continue with thread around through the clasp beads several times for strength. Weave the working thread into the bracelet and end. Repeat the clasp directions in the same manner at the other end of bracelet after removing the stopper bead.

 

 

Right Time Bracelet Pattern, B0280
http://www.SandraDHalpenny.com
Sandra D. Halpenny © 2018 All rights reserved, Canadian Intellectual Property Office
This pattern may not be copied or distributed in any way without the express written permission of the author. The purchaser of this pattern may use the finished piece for personal use and for selling at arts and crafts shows, etc. No mass production of this design is permitted without permission from the author. 
Patterns tested by: Julia Wentz

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