Digital PDF File Set of 3 Bead Stitch Patterns in Brick/Peyote Beaded Ornament Earrings Pins Key Fob Zipper Pull Accessories Jewelry

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These patterna are some of my older patterns that I hand colored on graph paper, no color code or count or instructions. I designed this pattern to be used as an earring, ornament, applique, pendant, zipper pull or pin. You may add a pin back or loop of beads and finding or thread a loop of clear fishing line through the top and tie a knot for hanging as an ornament. After the item is finished you can coat the entire surface with clear nail polish to stiffen. The photos show examples of some of the ones I have made.

"The size is approximate. There have been patterns which have beaded to a different size due to the software or beads used."
Approximate finished size: 1-1 1/2"x 1-1 1/2"
Supplies used: delicas, size 11
Technique: brick
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Skill level: medium

This set includes different patterns for ornaments/pins on 3 pages.
pins balloons - 3 different balloons
pins fish - 4 different fish
pins butterflies - 4 different butterflies

This listing is for a digital pattern download in PDF format for Windows, Adobe Reader is needed to open the PDF file. Check out my other listings for more designs. If you want just one pattern I can set up a custom order for it/them at $3.00 each as a pdf file.

I've been designing and selling bead patterns for over 18 years and sell on a bead pattern site. My patterns are a variety of sizes and I've used them as tapestries, framed, on purses, pillows, clothing and more. Patterns can be printed using your printer.

Please note that they are patterns only; no instructions are given. Advanced beading knowledge is needed. "The size is approximate. There have been patterns which have beaded to a different size due to the software or beads used."

When purchasing these patterns, you agree that they are only for your own personal use. The patterns are not to be copied or shared with others. Finished items made from these patterns may be sold, but not the patterns themselves.

No returns, be sure to ask questions before purchasing.

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Hello and thanks for visiting! I've been creating things most of my life. I was born and raised in Central Texas and moved to the northwest over 25 years ago. Both of my grandmothers were crafters and taught me lots of different things. I love to draw, sew, bead, crochet, work with wood and do lots of other arts and crafts. I'll be offering lots of different items so check back often. If you're looking for something in particular or a certain color, contact me, I may have it. I'm also an avid collector of things, including vintage and retro items and will be offering up some of my duplicates.

Several have asked how I came up with the name SuVasi, my middle name is Suzanne (Deborah Suzanne Vasilinda) and an artist friend refers to me as Vasi, so I combined Su and Vasi.

We homeschooled our boys and always included some sort of arts and crafts projects that we could sell at arts/craft shows and consignment shops for extra cash. As the boys grew up I got into selling on the internet in 1998 on yahoo and ebay auctions under the name suvasi, that way I could always be at home with the boys and still bring in an income. About that time I became a part of designing bead and cross stitch patterns. I also participated on the board of directors for Allied Arts of Whatcom County.

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