Columbine & Queen Anne's Lace Flower Panels

Wildflowers - the best roadside attractions. Columbine used to be a specimen plant in gardens but it has escaped to become a "wildflower", speaking of wild names - Queen Anne's lace sounds soooo much more elegant than "wild carrot" doesn't it? Just 8 Delica colors needed. Use panels for bookmarks, ornaments, mini amulet bags, home decor, lampshade & fan pulls, & more.
A word chart is NOT included.
Pattern Type: Pattern PLUS; Graph - Stitch instructions are NOT included
Project Type: Bead
Stitch: even count flat peyote
Beads Used: size 11 Delica cylinder
Approx Finished Size: panel measures 1 1/ 8 x 2 3/ 4 inches
Pages To Print: 2

In Stock: 200

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