Little Tiger Amulet Bag

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The Pattern and Kit for the Little Tiger Amulet Bag
Suitable for Beginners!
Contains everything you need to make the bag with strap, except for a pair of scissors.
When finished, the beaded Little Tiger Amulet Bag is about 1 and 1/4 inches wide and 4 inches tall with the fringe.

The We Print and Ship - Pattern Only:
The Pattern is a 7 page, full color, step-by-step instruction booklet.
When finished, the beaded Little Tiger Amulet Bag is about
1 and 1/4 inches wide and 4 inches tall with the fringe.
You can easily change the length of the necklace part.

The Kit Only includes:
(approximate amount of seed beads).
173 Silver Lined White
199 Silver Lined Brown
445 Silver Lined Amber
165 Silver Lined Gold
918 Opaque Black
8 Silver Lined Blue
7 Opaque Cheek
25 4mm Amber Sparkle Dangles
2 #12 beading needles
1 Bobbin Nymo thread.

The Download PDF - Pattern:
Includes step by step instruction and the Bead Graph.

Print size is 4 Pages.
Little Tiger Amulet Bag Pattern!
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I use a variation of a square stitch, the Little Tiger Amulet Bag pattern is done in this style. The stitch I use is quicker and softer than Peyote or Brick stitch. The difference is that with Peyote and Brick stitch the beads are added one at a time and stacked like bricks, as the stitch implies. With my square stitch the beads are added four at a time and are stacked like loom work, one directly on top of the other. The square stitch I use is different and is also called an off loom stitch.

The beads go side to side, on this bag!


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02/22/2010
Lynda Smith
5 of 5 Stars
This was my first time purchase and project of this type so I decided to start out small. The first thing I did was to read all the past newsletters for the helpful tips. The post-it note tip is awsume! Perfect to keep track of where you are in the pattern.The directions are easy to follow so I began by doing five or six rows to get the feel of the technique and the mistakes that go along with a first time project. Cut-it up started over and now I have a beautiful Little Tiger Bag in no time at all. Lynda Smith