Narwhal and Mini Fish Brick Stitch Pattern
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This Narwhal pattern was super fun to design. I hope you enjoy it too! I added the little fish to keep the "sea unicorn" a bit of friendly company. This is an easy pattern for experienced bead weavers. New beaders will will need to know basic bead weaving stitches to complete this charm.
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This is a 1 page pattern to make 1 bead woven Narwhal charm and 2 different colors of fish. Miyuki Delica beads is my bead of choice and is suggested for this project. I stitched my Narwhal and fish using the brick stitch technique.
What is Included:
The Narwhal pattern file is similar to the turtle pattern shown in the photo. You will be provided with the following.
- Suggested supply list (actual beading materials are not provided)
- Bead legend (corresponds with bead colors & count shown in bead chart)
- Bead chart (graphical illustration of design that shows bead placement)
- Photo of completed project as a sample.
**A word chart is not included nor are step-by-step instructions. If you are new to bead weaving, please consider purchasing a low cost (only twenty-cents) tutorial. I would recommend the not-so-spooky ghost design, in my tutorial section, because the stitching technique is most similar to this pattern design.
- The finished Narwhal piece measures approximately 2.5 x 1.8 cm (width x height)
- The finished fishes measure approximately .8 x .8 cm (width x height)
- A total of 121 Miyuki Delica 11/0 bead are used in 9 colors. Feel free to change the bead colors.
1. Collage of the finished Narwhal and fish charm. Size reference, in comparison to my finger, is also shown.
2. Photo of sample supplies. I prefer using 6lb Fireline thread, size 12 beading needle, and Miyuki Delica seed beads in size 11.
3. Turtle pattern. Your pattern will be similar to this sample pattern.
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*Suggested Supply List that typically includes 6lb FireLine thread, Delica seed beads 11/0, size 12 beading needle
*Bead Legend - includes bead colors with reference to manufacturer's bead no. and bead count.
*Photo of a completed project so you can see an actual finished piece.
*Bead Chart - graphical image of bead placement. The numbers on the bead chart corresponds with the numbers shown on the bead legend.
No instructions are provided unless it is stated in the description. The patterns in the "tutorial" section includes instructions.
Yes. You will need to know basic bead weaving stitches such as ladder stitch, peyote stitch and brick stitch. You will also need to know how to add thread (if your existing thread is too short), how to end your beadwork and how to add attachments or connector beads if making jewelry.
If needed, I will try my best to help you along by providing you with tips and video links. Please take time to view this youtube link if you are new to beadweaving, bit.ly/learnbrickstitch.
Definitely not! Use either Peyote or Brick Stitch to weave your design. Many of my patterns are created on a Peyote Stitch chart because it's my personal preference. However, when actually beading my piece, I turn my pattern sideways and stitch using the brick stitch technique.
You can start anywhere you want to. Some people have told me that they like to start from the center moving outwards while others like to start at the edge. I usually start at the widest/tallest point or on the row/column that I plan to attach a connector bead (so I can get that out of the way first).
It is a personal preference (as of Sept. 2015, new patterns will not show the finishing loop info). Another option, instead of loops or connector beads, is a wire connector. One thing I don't like to do is add a jump ring directly through a bead. The twisting and turning of the jump ring weakens & may crack the bead...and that would definitely ruin your hard work!
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Sep 12, 2018
Nov 16, 2017
Can’t wait to start working on these
Oct 19, 2017
Oct 15, 2017
Very cute! I'll have fun with it!