Poinsettia Zipper Clutch Bag

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Poinsettia Clutch Bag
112 by 95 bead count
When finished the Beaded Poinsettia Clutch Bag is approximately 9 and 1/2 inches wide by 5 inches tall.

The Bead Graph:
The Bead Graph is a 5 page, full color graph with color numbers.

The Instructions:
The Instruction booklet is a 12 page step-by-step instruction booklet.
If you purchase the Instructions, you can use those instructions for any of the other Zipper Clutch Bags listed as 112 by 95 bead count. All you have to buy on the other designs is the Bead Graph and Kit. The instructions are all the same.

The kit includes:
(approximate amount of seed beads).
2404 Silver Lined Fruit Punch
1518 Silver Lined Raspberry
1698 Silver Lined Ruby
1150 Silver Lined Light Red
536 Copper Lined Rust
768 Silver Lined Brown
398 Silver Lined Amber
480 Silver Lined Owl Brown
484 Silver Lined Blush
298 Silver Lined White
468 Silver Lined Fresh Fern
438 Silver Lined Straw
612 Silver Lined Lime
510 Silver Lined Dark Olive
246 Silver Lined Leaf
390 Silver Lined Olive
894 Silver Lined Forest
1216 Opaque Black
3014 Silver Lined Red
1378 Silver Lined Crimson
1484 Brown Lined Amber
1 Black zipper, 7 inch
2, #12 beading needles
1 Bobbin Nymo thread.

The Bead Graph Download:
Print size is 5 Pages
Poinsettia Clutch Bag E-Bead Graph!
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The Instructions Download:
Print size is 8 Pages
112 by 95 Download Zipper Clutch Bag Instructions Only!
You Download and Print!
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The Instructions are the same for any of the other Zipper Clutch Bags listed as 112 by 95 bead count.

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I use a variation of a square stitch, the Poinsettia Clutch 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.


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