3D Ruby Throated Hummingbird

3D Ruby Throated Hummingbird
Suitable for Beginners!
When finished, the beaded Hummingbird is about 4 inches tall and 3 inches wide.

The Pattern:
A 30 page, full color, step-by-step instruction booklet.
When finished, the beaded Hummingbird is about 4 inches tall and 3 inches wide.

The kit includes:
(approximate amount of seed beads).
2 Silver Lined White
6 Silver Lined Amber
12 Pink Lined White
50 Silver Lined Red or Ruby
111 Opaque White
160 Silver Lined Gray
217 Silver Lined Green
233 Silver Lined Emerald
969 Black
2 #12 beading needles
1 Bobbin of #D Nymo thread.

The Download:
Print size is 31 Pages
3D Beaded Ruby Throated Hummingbird E-Pattern!
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I use a variation of a square stitch. This Hummingbird pattern is done in this style.
I bead these hummingbirds while I watch the real live little creatures flying outside my big picture window.
I love to watch them and sometimes there are up to forty of them at once!!
When finished, the beaded hummingbirds are about 4 inches tall and 3 inches wide, very close to the actual size of the hummingbird.
This hummingbird has also been called beaded hummer and humdinger by dragonfay, that would be me, I go by dragon or dragonfay!

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01/22/2015
Frog Frog
5 of 5 Stars
I have made 224 of these little hummingbirds. I've used all colors and have incorporated some of my own designs into them. The basic pattern is easy to follow and I know most of it by heart now. haha I make them to hang in a window or on a rearview mirror. I've also made 2 pairs of earrings. I enjoy seeing different patterns you make.
10/29/2014
Anne Barrett
5 of 5 Stars
I loved making the Humming bird and I'm definatley going to order more patterns from you Thank you
03/26/2014
Rhonda Detweiler
5 of 5 Stars
This necklace has gotten a lot of compliments. I enjoyed making this and had to make the earrings to match. This is a real easy to follow pattern as well.
07/13/2013
Patricia Storr
5 of 5 Stars
I smiled the whole time making this hummingbird, amazed I could do it. Love the sparkly colors and detail. It is hanging in my car, everyone that sees it, wants one. The directions are very detailed, even a beginner can do it. I look forward to more new 3-D kits.
11/09/2012
Carole Carr
5 of 5 Stars
I had a wonderful time making this beautiful bird.
07/21/2010
Ruth Powers
5 of 5 Stars
As a fairly novice beader I was tickled pink at the very detailed instructions. I admit I had to tear it out a few times to catch what to do, but am extremely pleased with the detail she has in this pattern. We, too, love hummers and have a bunch of them outside our windows. It's almost like she had a zoom lens on the birds in order to get the details so perfect. Will continue buying kits, etc from her. Thank you so much.
05/25/2009
Beth Murr
5 of 5 Stars
Years ago I bought the 3D Hummingbird, later the 3D Owl and then the 3D Parrot. I made the parrot out of size 15 beads. I was amazed at how easy the instructions were to follow. When I show them to people they can't believe their eyes. Dragon, thank you so much for everything. You are so talented. I am honored that you share your knowledge with me. Beth Murr
03/16/2009
Theresia Kemp
5 of 5 Stars
My husband loved hummingbirds, and even has one tatoo'd on his arm, so for our 10 aniversary I decided to try this pattern. I was on a cruise, and was amazed at the people (young and old) that stopped by each day. It was completed, my daughter asked if she could wear it that night, our last night at sea, and several people just stopped and stared. Another man came up and offered her a hundred dollars for it. The patterns are very easy to follow and each time I make one it goes much faster. It now takes me about 9 hours to make a bird. I have many other patterns now, and am asked to make them for silent auctions to raise money for different things.