Beading tutorial for Peyote stitch Tulip flower 19T001

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I really love tulips, and this inspired me to come up with my version of beading tutorial 3d peyote tulip. I tried to make this tutorial as clear and step by step as possible.

You can use this tulip as a brooch or as earrings or as a pendant, or as a bookmark for books with special accessories.

Tutorial contains:
- Beading tutorial for Peyote stitch Tulip preview
- Materials (numbers and names of delica beads colors ) for Delica 11/0 
(You can choose and use materials other than those indicated in my instructions, However in this case, I do not guarantee a quality result.)
- Amount of seed beads (in beads and grams) for Delica 11/0 
- Large colored numbered graph paper
- Instruction how to fold warped square
- Word chart
- Tutorial how to make a brooch or with earrings

Hope you enjoyed this design.

Radius: 19 beads (11 rows/corner beads) 
             25 beads (14 rows/corner beads)                   
Colors: 5
Size seed beads: № 11/0
Size: 14 MB;

WARNING: Not intended for children under 12 years, similarly without the supervision of adults nearby


Materials are NOT included.
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These patterns are for personal use only, therefore, do not share, sell or copy these patterns.

Of course you can sell finished item made from these patterns - but  please give credit to designer Lady Lunar Cat. 

In conclusion - if you want to publish the finished jewelry from this Beading tutorial please link back to or mention this shop where you originally bought this pattern. @LadyLunarCat 

Also, feel free to message me if you have any questions. For instance, if you make a star and you have something wrong, you can send me a photo or write and I will help you figure it out.

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