I was looking through some filet crochet patterns from the early 1900s and came across this design. I thought it looked really cool in black and white but then started seeing it in a rainbow of colors. I just had to do something with that pattern. The first creation was a loom bracelet. Later on, I was looking at the pattern and could just see it on one of my accessory sets. This is where the pen came into being.
You can make a wardrobe of these wraps as the Pilot G-2 pen is refillable and the wraps can be changed out for a different style or to match any wardrobe. All you have to do is bead the panel, zip it up, open the pen, and slide the cover right on.
This pen wrap will also fit a 10mm secret compartment keychain with or without the whistle. So if you want to give someone a special gift, this Wrap would be perfect.
This eBook has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word charts easier to read.
This pen wrap was beaded by my Bead Angel, Terri Ettling-Shell. She did a wonderful job on this lovely pen wrap.
On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
- A full page pattern
- A list of suggested supplies
- Complete bead counts
- A Picture of the finished piece
- Word Chart with starter strip available
- No Basic stitch instructions are provided
- Approximate Finished size:
- 1.38 by 2.25 inches
- Supplies Used:
- Delicas 11/0
- Pilot G-2 Pen or similar pen
- Peyote or Brick Stitch
- Pages to Print:
- 1 graph only or 3 with word chart
- Skill Level:
- Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)