Purple Emblem Pattern by Lynn

Purple, Green, Pink, Blue, you can create an emblem of your choice to dress YOUR finger from this easy pattern.

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Purple Emblem Pattern

Before you begin ...
Materials:
1 - 4mm Purple Montee (BlueMud.com stock Montee's)
4 - 6mm Purple Rounds
8 - 4mm Purple Bicones
15/o Silver Lined Seed Beads
11/0 Silver Lined Seed Beads
11/o Purple Seed Beads
6# Fireline
2 - Size 12 Beading Needles

Time required: About 1 hours
Techniques: 2 Needle Right Angle Weave
Difficulty: Easy


Step 1

Step 1:NOTE:
Color one end of your thread with a black marker.

When a bead from a previous step is used again, the bead number has been colored blue.

Montee's have 4 holes and they are labeled A,B,C,D (stone facing up)


Center a 6mm Purple Round onto your thread (bead 1). To each thread add a 15/o Silver Lined Seed (beads 2 & 4) and a 4mm Purple Bicone (beads 3 & 5). Cross your threads thru a 4mm Purple Montee (bead 6 - red thread A to C & black thread B to D).


Step 2

Step 2:To each thread add a 4mm Purple Bicone (beads 7 & 9)and a 15/o Silver Lined Seed (beads 8 & 10). Cross your threads thru a 6mm Purple Round (bead 11).


Step 3

Step 3:Pass your threads back thru your Silver Seeds (beads 8 & 10) and your 4mm Purple Bicones (beads 7 & 9). Cross your thread back thru the Montee (bead 6 - black C to A and red D to B). Exit your threads thru your next 4mm Purple Bicones (beads 3 & 5).


Step 4

Step 4:To your black thread add a 15/o Silver Lined Seed, a 6mm Purple Round and another 15/o Silver Lined Seed (beads 12,13,14). Pass your thread thru your 4mm Purple Bicone (bead 9), your Montee Bead 6 D to B), the next 4mm Purple Bicone (bead 3), the next 15/o Silver Lined Seed (bead 2) and your first 6mm Purple Round (bead 1)


Step 5

Step 5:To your red thread add a 15/o Silver Lined Seed, a 6mm Purple Round and another 15/o Silver Lined Seed (beads 15,16,17). Pass your thread thru your 4mm Purple Bicone(bead 7), your Montee Bead 6 C to A), the next 4mm Purple Bicone (bead 5), the next 15/o Silver Lined Seed (bead 4) and your first 6mm Purple Round (bead 1).

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  Beader Comments:
 poete on January 3, 2014:
this is stupid stuff
 maria on October 7, 2013:
excelente trabajo!! felicitaciones!!
 Lynn on March 20, 2013:
@Karen/Regina.... great to know you find my patterns easy to follow... thanks for commenting.
 Karen on March 19, 2013:
I am new to beading the step by step pictures makes this do-able for a newbie. Thank you.
 Regina on December 28, 2012:
Thank you so much for the free pattern. It looks very clear. I am looking forward to trying it.
 sherri on November 19, 2012:
very pretty
 Lynn on November 9, 2012:
wibb... glad you like it...
 wibb on November 8, 2012:
thanks for this
 Lynn on November 3, 2012:
@Susan.. All too often we don't take the time to just say 'thank-you' when something is given freely that has taken time and effort to produce... I appreciate you having done so... Thanks...
 Susan Miller on November 2, 2012:
Thanks so much for sharing these free patterns. With the way the economy is today, along with limited finances, I appreciate the opportunity to use a pattern to make these lovely pieces.