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Grandma Marilyn's

Patterns-Untested:

Finger your way through the imagination of our design team! Sometimes the designs come faster than we can bead them up. These patterns are beautiful! While colors may be suggested on these patterns, be aware that there may be minor color changes needed. As always, Bead Happy!
Rubber Ducky Thin Bracelet
Rubber Ducky Thin Bracelet Instant Access!
My friend, Pat Tipton aka MamaHen, requested that I create a pair of earrings of the Rubber Ducky.  I created the earrings.  What good would a pair of cute earrings swimming on the ears do without a cute bracelet with duckies floating on the wrist to go with it.

This pattern is untested. Because it is untested, it is discounted.   Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my tested beaded patterns side of the store and the price will go up.  If you purchased the book in the untested phase,  an updated copy will be sent to you.  If you would like to be the Bead Angel for this pattern, contact me before purchasing.

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
  • Picture of what the finished item will look like when finished
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
7.5 inches by 1 inch
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
ear wires
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
3 pattern only or 12 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know peyote or brick stitch)
Price: $5.50
Quantity:  
1857 Filet Loom Cuff Bracelet
1857 Filet Loom Cuff Bracelet Instant Access!
Help! I need a better name. My designer isn't very good at picking names. My designer came up with my design when she was looking through some filet crochet patterns from 1857. My bead pattern will create a cool black and white loom bracelet that will match any outfit. When completed, I will be about 1.25 inches wide and 7 inches long. If you think of a name for me, just let my designer know.

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased 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 what finished piece will look like
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1.25 inch by 7 inches without clasp
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Technique:
Loom or Square Stitch
Pages to Print:
3 graphs only or 7 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know how to loom or do square stitch)

 

Price: $5.50
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1870s Garter Design Bracelet
1870s Garter Design Bracelet Instant Access!
Here is another of my filet bracelet bead patterns. I have both the loom and the peyote designs to please all of my friends.

This is a design that was used back in 1870 to crochet fashionable garters for the women. I loved the design and decided to see if I could create a beaded version for one of my bracelets. I was really happy with the results.

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased 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 what finished piece will look like
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1 inch by 6.5 inches without clasp
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Technique:
Loom or Square Stitch
Pages to Print:
3 graphs only or 6 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know how to loom or do square stitch)
Price: $5.50
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1870s Garter Design Hatband
1870s Garter Design Hatband Instant Access!
Here is another of my filet hatband bead patterns. I have both the loom and the peyote designs to please all of my friends.

This is a design that was used back in 1870 to crochet fashionable garters for the women. I loved the design and decided to see if I could create a beaded version for one of my bracelets. I was really happy with the results. So I decided to create a hatband for those of you who like to make them. With two basic colors this band will make a statement.

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased 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 what finished piece will look like
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1 inch by 19 inches without ties
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch and Loom or Square Stitch available
Pages to Print:
3 graphs only or 6 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know how to peyote or brickstitch/loom or square stitch)

 

Price: $6.50
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4 Leaf Clover Filet Loom Bracelet
4 Leaf Clover Filet Loom Bracelet Instant Access!
Here is another of my filet crochet patterns. This one was inspired by a filet crochet pattern designed in 1858. This loomed bracelet sports four 4 leaf clovers to bring you luck.

The 4 leaf clover is supposed to bring one luck when it is found, especially if it was found by accident. Each leaf of the 4 leaf clover is supposed to represent faith, hope, love and luck.

I have a patch of 4 leave clovers in my garden. While we were in San Antonio, someone planted them there. Hopefully they do not die because of the drought.

WOW! I just found out that clovers can have up to 56 stems and that 5 leaf clovers are even more rare than 4 leaf clovers.

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased 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 what finished piece will look like
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1.25 inch by 7.25 inches without clasp
Supplies Used:
Delica 11/0
Technique:
Loom or Square Stitch
Pages to Print:
4 graphs only or 9 with word chart
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (need to know how to loom or do square stitch)

 

Price: $5.50
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Acorn Business Card Sleeve
Acorn Business Card Sleeve Instant Access!
While walking around my mother-in-law's yard, I came across some acorns that had fallen off of her little live oak tree. I thought it would be cute to create a business card sleeve with an acorns on it. You will find cool business card sleeve has 9 acorns on the front and 12 acorns on the back of the sleeve. This card sleeve would make a beautiful addition to your collection.

Here is some information about the acorn. It is sometimes called an Oak Nut. I had never heard of this before. Kinda cool. There is usually only one seed in each shell but rarely, you have two seeds. In forests, birds and mammals will eat these as a staple for their food supply. But be careful as when horses and cattle eat too many of them, they can be toxic. Acorns have been used as a coffee substitute when coffee was not available and used in foods for human consumption. The Native American Indians used to use them for cooking quite a bit as they were able to be stored for up to 2 years without going bad.

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased it.

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 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 what finished piece will look like
  • Word Charts with starter strips available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.25 inches wide by 3.5 inches high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitc
Pages to Print:
BEGINNER: 4 graphs only or 10 word chart included
INTERMEDIATE: 4 graphs only or 10 word chart included
ADVANCED: 2 graphs only or 8 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Advanced depending on with version of the pattern you pick (Must know peyote or brick stitch)

 

 

 

 

Price: $5.00
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Acorn Earrings
Acorn Earrings Instant Access!
These acorn earrings are really cute. I came up with the idea for them from an accessory set that I created. The idea of the acorns in bead patterns came from walking around my mother-in-law's yard. She had a live oak tree right by the driveway in her front yard. Looking at the fallen acorns from this tree gave me the idea for the accessory set and earrings..

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased 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:
  • A full page pattern
  • A list of suggested supplies
  • Complete bead counts
  • Image of what finished piece will look like
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
1 inch long by .5 inch wide 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: $4.00
Quantity:  
Acorn Lighter Cover-Big
Acorn Lighter Cover-Big Instant Access!
OK, you have the mini lighter cover for this set. Now is the time for the big lighter cover. This Acorn big lighter cover is covered with 11 acorns to wrap around your BIC big lighter. This would be a wonderful gift for your special friend or yourself.

Here is some information about the acorn. It is sometimes called an Oak Nut. I had never heard of this before. Kinda cool. There is usually only one seed in each shell but rarely, you have two seeds. In forests, birds and mammals will eat these as a staple for their food supply. But be careful as when horses and cattle eat too many of them, they can be toxic. Acorns have been used as a coffee substitute when coffee was not available and used in foods for human consumption. The Native American Indians used to use them for cooking quite a bit as they were able to be stored for up to 2 years without going bad.

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased it.

This pattern 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 what finished piece will look like
  • 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: $4.50
More Info
Acorn Lighter Cover-Mini
Acorn Lighter Cover-Mini Instant Access!
While walking around my mother-in-law's yard, I came across some acorns that had fallen off of her little live oak tree. I thought it would be cute to create a mini lighter cover with acorns all over it. This bead pattern was created to wrap around your BIC mini lighter. This would be a wonderful gift for your special friend or yourself.

Here is some information about the acorn. It is sometimes called an Oak Nut. I had never heard of this before. Kinda cool. There is usually only one seed in each shell but rarely, you have two seeds. In forests, birds and mammals will eat these as a staple for their food supply. But be careful as when horses and cattle eat too many of them, they can be toxic. Acorns have been used as a coffee substitute when coffee was not available and used in foods for human consumption. The Native American Indians used to use them for cooking quite a bit as they were able to be stored for up to 2 years without going bad.

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased it.

This pattern 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
  • Image of what finished piece will look like
  • Word Chart with starter strip available
  • No Basic stitch instructions are provided
Approximate Finished size:
2.5 inches wide by 1.75 inches high
Supplies Used:
Delicas 11/0
Technique:
Peyote or Brick Stitch
Pages to Print:
1 graph only or 3 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (must know peyote or brick stitch)

 

 

 

Price: $3.50
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Acorn Lip Balm Cover
Acorn Lip Balm Cover Instant Access!
While at my mother-in-law's (before she passed), I saw some acorns on the ground from her little live oak tree. I thought these would look cute on a lip balm cover so set to work trying to get a whole bunch of them on the cover. This would be a wonderful gift for your special friend or yourself. The cover fits Burts Bees Lip Balm, Lip Smackers or other lip balms.

Here is some information about the acorn. It is sometimes called an Oak Nut. I had never heard of this before. Kinda cool. There is usually only one seed in each shell but rarely, you have two seeds. In forests, birds and mammals will eat these as a staple for their food supply. But be careful as when horses and cattle eat too many of them, they can be toxic. Acorns have been used as a coffee substitute when coffee was not available and used in foods for human consumption. The Native American Indians used to use them for cooking quite a bit as they were able to be stored for up to 2 years without going bad.

This pattern is untested. Once it has been beaded and the pattern tested, it will go over to my beaded patterns side of the store and you will get a final copy of it if you purchased it.

This pattern 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 what finished piece will look like
  • Word Charts with starter strips available
  • 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:
1 graph only or 4 word chart included
Skill Level:
Advanced Beginner to Intermediate (must know peyote or brick stitch)

 

 

Price: $4.00
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