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Friday, August 29, 2014

Free Mini Panda Pattern with Miyuki Delica (TM) Seed Beads



Here's a freebie! This is the brick stitch bead graph for the mini panda charm using Miyuki Delica seed beads. You can buy the beads at your favorite craft shop or online.

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The supplies I used include:


FireLine Braided Bead Thread 6lb Crystal Clear

Miyuki Delica 11/o Seed Beads:

Chart #:1 DB-10 Black (Count:43)
Chart #:2 DB-200 Opaque Chalk White (Count:40)
Chart #:3 DB-246 Lined Crystal/Dark Pink (Count:4)

 The finished panda will look like this except that I changed the foot pad color. Experiment with the colors too! I also added a loop and closed jump ring to the top of the beadwork. The pandas are available at my Etsy shop, Bead Crumbs.

Have Fun!

Please note that this pattern is an original Bead Crumbs design. You are not allowed to copy, reproduce, share, alter or sell this pattern. If selling your completed beadwork from this pattern, please credit the design to Bead Crumbs, www.BeadCrumbsHawaii.com.

Delica (TM) is a registered trademark of Miyuki Co. Ltd.
Bead Graph is made using the Bead Tool software.


8 comments:

  1. OMG these pandas will be adorable!

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  2. Thank You for the pattern, I think I might give this a try! So sweet of you!

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    1. Hooray! I hope you do give it a try :)

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  3. I hope you don't mind me asking but-- what do the numbers mean..? I'm still learning how to brick stitch and I don't know how to read patterns yet...

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    1. The numbers correspond with the bead colors. Here it is: Chart #:1 DB-10 Black (Count:43)
      Chart #:2 DB-200 Opaque Chalk White (Count:40)
      Chart #:3 DB-246 Lined Crystal/Dark Pink (Count:4)
      Hope you try it. Have fun.

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  4. oh okay! that makes more sense to me. Thank you

    Does one start from top to bottom? Or is it okay to start in the middle of the pattern? I've been experimenting a bit with this pattern and well I have trouble with the ears and the feet is all...

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    1. Sorry for the late response. I haven't been getting my blog emails :( Yes, you can start in the center. For the ears and feet, pass your thread back in through the beads and exit out of the bead you want to start stitching your feet/ears. Hope that makes sense.

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    2. Aw that's okay, I don't mind. (:

      I think I understand. Thank you so much and thank you for helping me <3

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