Egg Timer Charm Pattern by Lynn

Don't let your eggs hard boil, here is the perfect answer, your very own Egg Timer. A perfect Charm for your Cell, Purse or any zipper pull.

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Egg Timer Charm Pattern

Before you begin ...
Materials:
11/o Green Seed Beads
4mm Green Glass Pearls
3mm Greeen Glass Pearls
Small Silver Bugle (7mm approx)
Large Silver Bugle (21mm approx)
Two 9x6mm Green Teardrop Beads
(drilled top to bottom)
#6 Fireline
Headpin
Round Nose Pliers
Time required: About 1 hours
Techniques: Right Angle Weave (2 Needle)
Difficulty: Easy


Step 1

Step 1:Mark one end of your thread with a black felt to make following the pattern easier.

Center three 11/0 green seed beads on your thread. Cross both threads thru another 11/o green seed (beads 1 thru 4)


Step 2

Step 2:To your red thread add a 4mm green pearl, small silver bugle and another 4mm green pearl (beads 5 thru 7) and pass the thread thru the next 11/o seed bead in the center (bead 3).

No beads are added to the black thread, just pass it thru the last 4mm green pearl added to the red thread (bead 7).


Step 3

Step 3:To your black thread add a small silver bugle and a 4mm green pearl (beads 8 & 9)and pass the thread thru the next 11/o seed in the center (bead 2).

No beads are added to the red thread, just pass it thru the last 4mm green pearl on the black thread (bead 9).


Step 4

Step 4:To your red thread add a small silver bugle and a 4mm green pearl (beads 10 & 11) and pass the thread thru the next 11/o seed in the center (bead 1) and also thru the first 4mm green pearl added (bead 5 - step 2).

No beads are added to the black thread, just pass it thru the last 4mm green pearl on your red thread (bead 11).


Step 5

Step 5:To the black thread add a small silver bugle and pass the red thread thru the same bugle (bead 12).

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  Beader Comments:
 Geraldine on June 1, 2013:
nice little pattern thank you
 Lynn on February 9, 2012:
Tena - I got the bugles at my local Hobby Lobby.. You could try the sellers on ebay if you have no where locally... good luck with your search.
 tena on February 8, 2012:
Where do you get the bugles that size? I have looked everywhere and no one has them that large. 12mm is the largest.
 deedee on January 29, 2012:
How very clever and such a wonderfully different idea
 Sewana on September 28, 2011:
I think you hit a blusleye there fellas!
 Lynn on August 13, 2011:
Danilda... Yes there is a very small difference but nothing you will notice in this pattern... Use you size 10/o
 danilda12 on August 12, 2011:
the 11/o and 10/o beads have any diferences?
 Lynn on August 11, 2011:
Measurement is 1" high and a little under 1/2" wide...
 great... on August 10, 2011:
what is the size?