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FD Maltese Cross with Helmet and Fire Hydrant Cuff Bracelet
FD Maltese Cross with Helmet and Fire Hydrant Cuff Bracelet Instant Access!
Back in February 2012, my Bead Angel, Ellen Roskoff, asked me to design a cuff bracelet for her with the Fire Department Maltese Cross. She had a few items that she thought would go good with them. In the case of this cuff bracelet, I incorporated the Fireman's helmet and a fire hydrant.

Ellen sent me this picture today and I think she did a wonderful job on this cuff bracelet.

There are about 6 more variations that I designed during this time. As they get beaded up, I will list them.

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:
  • Segmented blown up views of graphs for an easy read
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Word Chart available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
7 long by 1 1/4 wide without the clasp
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Ball and Hitch Clasp
Technique:
Odd Count Peyote
Pages to Print:
5 no word chart or 14 word chart included
Skill Level:
Intermediate (has increases and decreases)

 

Price: $6.50
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Mistletoe Mini Lighter Cover
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Mistletoe Mini Lighter Cover Instant Access!
Mistletoe has been in folklore and mythology since the 13th century.  In mythology, it stood for the devine male essence.  Then when Christianity came to Europe, both the mythological and Christian meanings were mixed.  This is where the practice of a couple standing under the mistletoe around Christmas time had to kiss.  The very first time this happened, which is documented, was the 16th century.

Here is a lovely mistletoe cover for a mini Bic lighter. This one would be easy to carry around in your pocket or purse.

Remember that lighters are not only to light cigarettes or smoking products. You can use it to burn off the little edges of the thread that stick out of your lovely beading.

My Bead Angel, Ellen Roskopp, beaded up this beauty.

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
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • A picture of the finished product
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.5 inches by 1.75 inches
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 no word chart or 4 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $4.50
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Mistletoe Big Lighter Cover
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Mistletoe Big Lighter Cover Instant Access!
Mistletoe has been in folklore and mythology since the 13th century.  In mythology, it stood for the devine male essence.  Then when Christianity came to Europe, both the mythological and Christian meanings were mixed.  This is where the practice of a couple standing under the mistletoe around Christmas time had to kiss.  The very first time this happened, which is documented, was the 16th century.

This lighter cover is all covered with mistletoe for celebrating Christmas. The red background just sets off the green and white of the mistletoe. This lighter cover fits a big Bic lighter.

My Bead Angel, Terri Ettling-Shell beaded up this lovely lighter cover. Isn't it really gorgeous?

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
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • Final picture of the pattern
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.58 inch wide by 2.58 inches high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 no word chart or 4 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.50
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Mistletoe Business Card Sleeve
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Mistletoe Business Card Sleeve Instant Access!
Mistletoe has been in folklore and mythology since the 13th century.  In mythology, it stood for the devine male essence.  Then when Christianity came to Europe, both the mythological and Christian meanings were mixed.  This is where the practice of a couple standing under the mistletoe around Christmas time had to kiss.  The very first time this happened, which is documented, was the 16th century.

This is the last of the Mistletoe Accessory Set. It looks so lovely with the mistletoe on the front and the back. Of course, the red background sets it off.

This beautiful card sleeve was tested by my Bead Angel, Terri Ettling-Shell. She did such a beautiful job on this card sleeve. 

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 and a half pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • A picture of the finished piece
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.25 inches wide by 3.5 inches long
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
2 no word chart or 8 word chart included
Skill Level:
Intermediate to Advanced (must know how to increase and decrease in peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $6.00
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Mistletoe Tealight Cover
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Mistletoe Tealight Cover Instant Access!
This lovely tealight cover displays 2 bunches of mistletoe. What a wonderful way to light up your life.

Mistletoe has been in folklore and mythology since the 13th century.  In mythology, it stood for the devine male essence.  Then when Christianity came to Europe, both the mythological and Christian meanings were mixed.  This is where the practice of a couple standing under the mistletoe around Christmas time had to kiss.  The very first time this happened, which is documented, was the 16th century.

Terri Ettling-Shell, my bead angel, tested this design. She placed her tealight cover on a battery operated tealight from the Dollar Store.

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:
5.25 inches around by 1 inch high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 without word chart and 4 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.00
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Cherokee Rose Business Card Sleeve
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Cherokee Rose Business Card Sleeve Instant Access!
This business card sleeve was created from a pattern my Bead Angel, Pat Tipton aka Mama Hen, had originally created. She asked me to make some patterns using her design. I think this came out just gorgeous.

This pattern was beaded up by my Bead Angel, Sandra Cheney.

Legend of the Cherokee Rose
When the Trail of Tears started in 1838, the mothers of the Cherokee were grieving and crying so much, they were unable to help their children survive the journey. The elders prayed for a sign that would lift the mother’s spirits to give them strength. The next day a beautiful rose began to grow where each of the mother’s tears fell. The rose is white for their tears; a gold center represents the gold taken from Cherokee lands, and seven leaves on each stem for the seven Cherokee clans. The wild Cherokee Rose grows along the route of the Trail of Tears into eastern Oklahoma today.

I have created this pattern in three different versions.
BEGINNER- using either Brick Stitch or Peyote to make the increase tip and attaching it to the main piece. This also has a tutorial for decreasing.
INTERMEDIATE-includes increase and decrease tutorials
ADVANCED-Just has the graph. (Word chart available)

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 and a half pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • A picture of the finished piece
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.25 inches wide by 3.5 inches long
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
2 no word chart or 8 word chart included
Skill Level:
Intermediate to Advanced (must know how to increase and decrease in peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $6.00
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Inguz Viking Rune Loom Bracelet
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Inguz Viking Rune Loom Bracelet Instant Access!
This bracelet was a special request from a very special friend. She gave me a design to use and told me the colors that she wanted. I worked on 3 different versions and this is the one she chose.

The design that she asked me to create was the Inguz. This is a Viking Rune. It is of great power. When you receive it, it means that you now have the strength to see completion, resolution, and thus a new beginning. Another way of putting it is "Where there is a will, there is a way".

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:
  • segmented blown up views of bracelet graphs for an easy read
  • number of columns for easy warping
  •  A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1 inch x 7.25 inches
Supplies Used:
IF YOU DECIDE TO MAKE BRACELET:
11/0 Delicas in 2 colors
Clasp of choice

IF YOU DECIDE TO USE ALUMINUM CUFF BLANK:
1 inch by 7 inch metal cuff blank (order this blank and then special request it to be made 7 inches)
Pellon 70 or other Extra Heavy Interfacing
leather or ultra suede (I used ultra suede)
Peel & Stick Fabric Fuse
Bouncing Wolf Creations' (by Beth Rudy) How To Finish a Beaded Cuff Bracelet Tutorial
Technique:
Loom or Square Stitch
Pages to Print:
3 pages with no word chart and 6 pages with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know loom or square stitch)
Price: $6.50
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Goddess of Hunt Filet Loom Bracelet
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Goddess of Hunt Filet Loom Bracelet Instant Access!
I was looking through my public domain magazines at the various filet crochet patterns to use for loomed bracelet patterns. I found this one from 1900.  I am very facinated with some of the designs that they had back then.

The pattern shows a hunter with a spear, the Goddess of the Hunt and a running deer.

Keeping in the style of filet crochet, I had created this with a solid purple background and the images are in white.  Of course, you can use colors that appeal to you.  I was creating this for a friend and her favorite color just happened to be purple.

Once you have your loomwork done, you will need to decide whether you want to add a clasp and make it a normal bracelet or put it on an aluminum cuff bracelet blank.  This would also make a wonderful bookmark.

I decided on the cuff bracelet blank.  I used Beth's Tutorial to make my bracelet and it was really a good tutorial.

If you make the bracelet, I gave you instructions on how to increase the size of the pattern to fit any size wrist you want.  You might want to put beads (ie, picot or brick stitch) around the outside edge to hide the warp threads on the sides.

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:
  • segmented blown up views of bracelet graphs for an easy read
  • number of columns for easy warping
  •  A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1 3/8 inches by 6.5 inches
Supplies Used:
IF YOU DECIDE TO MAKE BRACELET:
11/0 Delicas in 2 colors
Clasp of choice

IF YOU DECIDE TO USE ALUMINUM CUFF BLANK:
1.25 inch by 6 inch metal cuff blank
Pellon 70 or other Extra Heavy Interfacing
leather or ultra suede (I used ultra suede)
Peel & Stick Fabric Fuse
Bouncing Wolf Creations' (by Beth Rudy) How To Finish a Beaded Cuff Bracelet Tutorial
Technique:
Loom or Square
Pages to Print:
3 pages with no word chart and 7 pages with word chart
Skill Level:
Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know loom or square stitch)
Price: $6.50
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Armadillo and Cactus Tealight Cover
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Armadillo and Cactus Tealight Cover Instant Access!
This lovely tealight cover displays an armadillo with 2 cactus plants. This tealight cover is a tribute to my state of Texas. I think armadillos are so cute and interesting.

My Bead Angel, Terri Ettling-Shell, beaded and tested this cool tealight cover.

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:
5.25 inches around by 1.25 inches high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 without word chart and 3 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (Must know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.00
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Diamonds And Triangles Earrings
Diamonds And Triangles Earrings Instant Access!
My daughter and I co-created the Diamonds and Triangles bracelet in the Art Deco mode. The bracelet just begged for a pair of earrings. This is the design that I came up with to match the bracelet.

This pattern was tested by my Bead Angel, Ellen Roskopp.  She did a great job on them.

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
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • Picture of the finished item
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1" x 1.5"
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
2 pattern only or 4 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know peyote)
Price: $5.00
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