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Peacock Geometric Patterns



One of the most requested patterns on my personal website is my brick stitched peacock necklace which I posted a pattern for here
However I did make up these peacock patterns recently and haven't have a chance to bead them yet. I hope you like them as well as I do. I'll probably do them in size 11 cylinder beads.
I suggest bronze metallic, silver lined teal or peacock blue, dark transparent green, and black for these patterns. Usually I prefer working with size 11 seed beads, but the size of the earrings would be too heavy for me in size 11 seed beads.



If you use just one side of the amulet pattern it would make a lovely pendant, done in size 11 seed beads, it would be a very large dramatic necklace. Maybe branch fringe to emulate the look of the feathers? Feel free to edit the shape of the pattern if you'd just like to do the center as a medallion in brick stitch.

If you make them, please send me a picture!
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