Regular price $ 5.25

You are purchasing an odd count peyote digital pattern....NOT THE ITEM IN THE PHOTO!!

As most of you know, I’m a BEAD NUT....most beaders are! When they came out with HALF TILAS, I had this idea to incorporate them into my peyote work. Here is the outcome of that pairing! I hope you like it!

You will stitch the center section and then make 2 of the side pieces, all three in odd count peyote. Then you will stitch them together using the half tilas and some pretty silver lined light blue seed beads.

I always use 4lb Fire Line fishing line to stitch; a long, size 12 beading needle; size 11/0 Delica beads; size 15/0 seed beads for the trim; a few half tila beads and I chose to use a toggle bar and ring for the closure.

I used 6 different colors for a total of 887 beads for the center section using 9 columns and 197 rows.

For the two side pieces, you will use 2 colors for 3 columns and 197 rows for each section, for a total of 476 beads in total for both side pieces.

The finished size of COPPER BLUE FIELDS is 1 1/4 inches wide (which includes the trim) by 6 5/8 inches before adding the clasp.

To shorten or lengthen the piece you will need to add to one end only, following the pattern. As you can see in the pattern, each tila/seed section coordinates with the center section pattern. See photos within pattern.

I hope you enjoy working COPPER BLUE FIELDS!


Within the pattern you will find full color photos of the finished piece; a DELICA bead legend (listing of colors used); a view of the pattern in REAL TIME; an up close shot of the trim: a full color graph large enough to read easily and a WORD CHART of the pattern. TEN FULL PAGES of fun!

This pattern is in the form of a PDF file, a digital pattern, that will be readily available to you once your payment is received.

I don't mind if you make these to sell, but please give me the credit for the design within your listing of your finished piece. I would greatly appreciate it.

There are NO REFUNDS on digital files.

ALL images and design copyrighted by JULIE ANN SMITH, 1999 to present.