Euplagia quadripunctaria, the Jersey tiger, is a day-flying moth. Its wingspan is 52–65 mm. This moth flies in Europe from Estonia and Latvia in the north to the Mediterranean coast and islands in the south. It is also found in West Russia, South Urals, Asia Minor, Rhodes and nearby islands, the Near East, Caucasus, South Turkmenistan, and Iran. It is also frequent seen in the Channel Islands and was rarely met in the British Isles in Victorian times.
The wings of the moth in this pattern can be made using brick stitch or peyote stitch.
I wove them using peyote stitch. And the thread way is shown for peyote stitch.
The body is woven using a sort of tubular RAW.
12 colours of seed beads are needed to make the moth. 2 toho beads palettes are offered: for opaque beads and for metal-lined ones.
The pattern includes a photo of the finished moth and 4 graphs showing the weaving of the wings, of the body and joining the wings and the body.
This moth pattern is a part of the collection "36 butterflies and moths of the world".
Beads Used: Czech seed beads size 11, 12 colours
Approx Finished Size: 7 X 5 cm
Pattern PLUS; Graph - Stitch instructions are NOT included
brick or peyote and tubular RAW
Czech seed beads size 11, 12 colours
Approx Finished Size:
7 X 5 cm
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