This is a digital file
Kitsune Fox Pendant Bead Pattern - Odd Count Peyote Stitch Pattern
Included is PDF file 14 pages with BEAD LEGEND, Several Bead Graphs, WORD CHART, Photo Gallery. This patterns assumes knowledge of odd count peyote stitch, decrease peyote stitch.
Pattern makes a beaded pendant with beaded bail. Pendant measures 1 3/4 inches wide/4.5 cm and 2 1/2 inches/6 cm long. THIS PURCHASE FOR A PATTERN ONLY.
Kitsune is the Japanese word for fox. In Japanese folklore the fox is often represented as a mischievous creature with superior intelligence and magical abilities. Kitsune can have up to nine tails, gaining them with time and wisdom, as well as the ability to shape shift into humans. Known to have long life, demand respect and to be beautiful and seductive. This adorable yet mysterious creature symbolizes beauty, cleverness and light-hearted fun that is happy to do a good deed as long as they are respected. If dishonored then look out, for they will even the score.
When your beaded piece is finished you can use a chain or satin “rat-tail” cording to make it into a necklace.
Finished pieces may be sold. Please credit K Wynn Jewelry for the design. Not for mass production. Pattern purchased is for personal use only. Any questions or comments I can be contacted at my etsy shop KWynnJewelry or email me at: bykwynn [!at] gmail.com. Thank you. Happy Beading!