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Little Boy Angel
Little Boy Angel by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 37 kB)
Pat, Mama Hen, was talking about wanting an angel pattern for a boy as she gives the angels to children in the hospital or anywhere she finds them that she feels needs them.

I sat down and came up with this pattern and the little farmer angel for her. I hope that this little boy angel makes some little boy happy. She requested that I share the pattern with all of you.

Use this cute angel as a necklace by attaching a chain to the tips of the wings, a car mirror dangle, a pin, suncatcher, or a gift to someone your heart leads you to.

This pattern was beaded by my Bead Angel, Ellen Roskopp.  I love the way she picked the colors.

This eBook has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word charts easier to read.

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
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
3 1/4 inches by 1 3/4 inches
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 Page
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (must know brick stitch and increase/decrease)

Price: $5.00
Beagle-  Key Chain / Ornament
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Beagle- Key Chain / Ornament by SuJen Jewelry Designs Direct Download! (Pdf, 5 MB)
The beagle, with such a sweet face and all the love you have for them can now be yours to keep for yourself , give as a Christmas gift or make as an ornament for your tree or to hang from your mirror in your car. What a great way to remember your fur baby.

You will find many more designs you can choose from by clicking on the other picture.
This pattern was beaded up for my by my Bead Fairy Terry Ettling Shell who also added a key chain to the finished piece so you can see how it would look. Thank you Terri for a great job and a beautiful finished piece. Another idea for this finished piece would be to add some felt or leather backing to help protect it.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Bead Names or Suggestions (You have permission to change the colors if you wish)
  • Bead Colors, numbers
  • Bead Counts
  • Word Chart or No word chart - Alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read
    Approximate Finished size:
    W-37 col wide (1.96 inch) L-42 rows long (2.92 inch)
    Technique:
    Odd Count Peyote
    Pages to Print:
    6 w/word chart and photos - 3 wo/word chart
    Skill Level:
    Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced , Need a good knowledge of Odd Count Peyote, and Decrease stitch. Looping on top
Price: $4.75
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Blue Butterfly Bracelet
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Blue Butterfly Bracelet by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 137 kB)
Butterflies remind me of Spring. I love to watch them flit from flower to flower during the migration in the Spring and Fall. I created this cute bracelet to match my Blue Butterfly Earrings. Wear the bracelet by itself or as a set to remind you of Spring when it is cold or hot outside.

This pattern was tested by my Bead Angel, Sandra Cheney. She did a wonderful job with it.

This pattern has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Full page pattern and segmented blown up views for an easy read
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Image of finished piece
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1 inch by 7.5 inches without the button and loop
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
3 graph only or 8 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $6.50
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Crocus Fringe Earrings
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Crocus Fringe Earrings by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 2 MB)
I was looking at pictures of flowers and wanted to try to create the crocus in a pair of beautiful fringe earrings. I wasn't sure I could do it and was really excited when I was able to. The top of the earrings are created in brick stitch and the bottom is fringe.

I will have two different lengths (short and shoulder duster) so that you will have a choice of which length you would like.

The crocus is found in many countries. There are about 90 species. They are grown from bulbs. These are perennials. They are part of the iris family.

This pattern was beaded up by my Bead Angel, Terri Ettling-Shell.

This pattern has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read.

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:
Short: 2.5 inches x 1.5 inches without the finding
Long: 3 inches x 1.5 inches without the finding
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Technique:
Brick Stitch and Fringe
Pages to Print:
Short: 1 graph only or 3 with word chart
Long: 1 graph only or 3 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know brick stitch)
Price: $5.50
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Bear Paw Print Lighter Cover-Big
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Bear Paw Print Lighter Cover-Big by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 95 kB)
When my Bead Angel, Jan Hebert-Parmente, was beading up this bead pattern for the paw print series, she said it made her think of a bear paw print. Upon looking at it further, I realized she was right so this series is now called the Bear Paw Print. There are only two patterns beaded up right now. This big lighter cover and an amulet bag panel.

The bear totem stands for strength, confidence, a warrior spirit and the courage to fight. It also stands for taking action or taking leadership. The bear totem also stands for healing of yourself and others. This healing can be in the form of emotional, physical or spiritual needs. There are other meanings for this totem with the Greeks, Romans and the Celts; but they are all basically the same.

You can use different colors to make this amulet bag fit any wardrobe.

This eBook has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word charts easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Full page patterns
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Image of finished piece
  • Word Charts with starter strips available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.58 inches wide by 2.58 inches high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 graph only or 4 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.50
Bear Paw Print Amulet Bag Panel
Bear Paw Print Amulet Bag Panel by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 66 kB)
When my Bead Angel, Jan Hebert-Parmente, was beading up another bead pattern for this series, she said it made her think of a bear paw print. Upon looking at it further, I realized she was right so this series is now called the Bear Paw Print. There are only two patterns beaded up right now. This amulet bag panel and a big lighter cover.

The bear totem stands for strength, confidence, a warrior spirit and the courage to fight. It also stands for taking action or taking leadership. The bear totem also stands for healing of yourself and others. This healing can be in the form of emotional, physical or spiritual. There are other meanings for this totem with the Greeks, Romans and the Celts; but they are all basically the same.

You can use different colors to make this amulet bag fit any wardrobe.

The charm in the photo was beaded by my bead fairy and daughter, Angelique Metz.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full page graph for an easy read
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • A Picture of the finished piece
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1.5 inch x 1.625 inches
Supplies Used:
2 colors of Delica 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 graph only or 2 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced beginner to intermediate (need to know peyote or brick stitch)

Price: $5.50
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Cat Faces Earrings-Winking
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Cat Faces Earrings-Winking by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 482 kB)
I am always on the lookout for earrings that I can make to match my other patterns. These Catfaces earrings-winking are really cute. They match the Cat Faces Cuff Bracelet.

These earring charms can also be used as a cell phone charm or charm on a bracelet as they are so small.

This pattern was tested by my Bead Angel, Ellen Roskopp. She did a wonderful job on them.  The second picture is of one of the earrings on Ellen's ear.  She couldn't believe that I would publish it.  LOL  I thought it was a very good idea to show them in someone's ear.

This pattern has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • A full page pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Image of finished piece
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1.25 inch by 1.5 inch without the earwire
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Ear Wires
Technique:
Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 Page
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know brick stitch)
Price: $5.00
Lady Bugs Tealight Cover
Lady Bugs Tealight Cover by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 107 kB)
I so love lady bugs. They bring good luck. This lovely tealight cover displays a swarm of ladybugs all around your tealight cover. They are displayed on a white background which really sets them off.

The lady bug is really a small beetle. They come in many colors and a different variation of black spots on them. The colors vary from yellow, orange to scarlet. You can find them worldwide and are called various names. Other names they are called by are ladybirds, lady cows, and, of course lady bugs or ladybugs. I really love the scarlet ones with the black spots. It is said that they bring good luck.

This pattern was tested by my Bead Angel, Andrea Donigan. She did a lovely job on it.

This eBook has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word charts easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Full page patterns
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Photos of Finished Items
  • Word Charts with starter strips available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
5.25 inches around by 1 inch high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 graph and 3 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.00
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Lady Bugs Lighter Cover-Big
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Lady Bugs Lighter Cover-Big by Grandma Marilyn's Direct Download! (Pdf, 120 kB)
This Lady Bugs big lighter cover is covered in a swarm of lady bugs to wrap around your BIC big lighter. This would be a wonderful gift for your special friend or yourself.

The lady bug is really a small beetle. They come in many colors and a different variation of black spots on them. The colors vary from yellow, orange to scarlet. You can find them worldwide and are called various names. Other names they are called by are ladybirds, lady cows, and, of course lady bugs or ladybugs. I really love the scarlet ones with the black spots. It is said that they bring good luck.

This pattern was tested by my Bead Angel, Andrea Donigan. I love the way it turned out.

This eBook has alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word charts easier to read.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Full page patterns
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Photos of Finished Items
  • Word Charts with starter strips available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.58 inches wide by 2.58 inches high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 graph only or 4 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.50
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Camellia
Camellia by SuJen Jewelry Designs Direct Download! (Pdf, 2 MB)
This is a Loom Pattern, it can be done as a square stitch as well. I used the Jewel Loom by Julianna Hudgins (http://juliannahudgins.com/) for my loom and I love the way this loom works for ME!.. I am not saying you need to have one, but for me it works and I am able to make my loom patterns.

I chose the Camellia because of it vast aray of colors, this one being done in, pinks, purples and touch of red. What I did after I was finished looming, was to add seed beads, and a variety of crystals to the center following the video instructions by Julianna, on how to do loops. The rest was my design to give you a full sparkly version of the Camellia.

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Bead Names or Suggestions (You have permission to change the colors if you wish)
  • Bead Colors, numbers
  • Bead Counts
  • Word Chart or No word chart - Alphabetic characters for the bead color to make the word chart easier to read
    Approximate Finished size:
    W-20 col wide (1.06 inch) L-90 rows long (6.02 inch)
    Technique:
    Loom / Square
    Pages to Print:
    7 w/word chart and photos - 2 wo/word chart
    Skill Level:
    Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced , Need a good knowledge of Loom or Square stitch. Looping on top for effect. Video's for this can be found on You Tube, or on Julianna's Web Site: http://juliannahudgins.com/
Price: $6.00
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