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Let it Snow Pt 3


In the first part of Let it Snow I explained how I graphed out snowflakes, and put up some graph paper to create your own.

In Let it Snow Pt 2 I posted an amulet pattern with 8 different snowflakes in it, and the set of 8 snowflakes seperately for beading. I noticed today while I was working on Pt 3 I messed up two of the snowflakes, the patterns are now corrected.

When I finished the patterns for Pt 2, a friend of mine said "Those would make a gorgeous bracelet" So as a Christmas for her, I graphed out a bracelet using those snowflakes. My usual suggestions apply, use silamide and start from the middle, there are little marks every 10 beads. That way whatever size beads you have you should be able to adapt the pattern to. It's 18 beads wide which will make it fairly wide if you use size 11 beads. Right click to save. They are vertically aligned to make printing easier. If you have problems seeing them this size, just print at "fit to page" in your graphics program. There is also graph paper to graph your own following the instructions in the first part of the "Let it Snow" series.


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