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

Knowledge of odd count peyote is needed as no instructions for this stitch are included in the pattern.

At Christmas, we all hear the OLD Christmas songs that play continually until the BIG DAY arrives! One of my favorite songs is MARSHMALLOW WORLD sung by Dean Martin! That song was the inspiration for this carrier bead set! Of course, I had to add a bit of "caramel" to this as I see each snowflake falling down from the sky and that big snowy mound, dripping with yummy caramel sauce. Oh the works of my mind. ENJOY!

For this carrier bead set there are patterns for 10 single carrier beads and 1 double carrier bead pattern.

For the double carrier bead I glued two singles together. I used Hypo Cement and I let it dry overnight.

I used Miyuki DELICA beads and 4lb Fire Line fishing line to stitch. I used 12 clear acrylic carrier beads, size

For each single carrier bead cover, there are 7 columns and 50 rows for a total of 175 beads. For the double carrier bead cover there are 15 columns and 50 rows. Once each design is stitch, you will zip up the bead work up in the back and close over the carrier bead. If you like, you can apply a spot of glue on the carrier bead while zipping up the design around the carrier bead.

This pattern contains a color graph and a word chart for each design. Full color photos too!

"It's a MARSHMALLOW WORLD in the winter...."


Within the pattern you will find full color photos of the finished designs; a DELICA bead legend (listing of colors used); a full color graph large enough to read easily and a WORD CHART of the pattern.   Lots of full color photos of the completed carrier beads too!  There are 13 pages in this pdf download!

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.

There are NO REFUNDS on digital files.

All photos, design and content copyrighted by JULIE ANN SMITH, 1999 to present.