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A Rose Pattern


Two Drop Peyote Rose Pattern








Roses are out in bloom now, and they look so gorgeous.
I hope you enjoy this two drop peyote rose amulet bag pattern. It's only 6 colors, so it doesn't need suggested color numbers, and you can use either cylinder beads or seed beads for it. You can vary the colors easily as well.
If you do it in flat odd count peyote, and work only one side of the patten in 14's it would make a lovely pin.
I hope you enjoy this pattern. Feel free to customise it, or to use it for finished items for sale for pin money.







Please, as always, feel free to send me pictures of your completed projects.
For more rose ideas, check out
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from our Baptist site, has information about a company that embosses rose petals with messages

This choker is one I posted a while back with a rose theme.

Our Fragrance host posted this utterly lush article about using rose oil and petals for massage.
Use the search function to find even more information and ideas about roses on BellaOnline.
I hope you enjoy this pattern!

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