Santa Storyteller (easier)

Here's Santa giving the kids one of the best Christmas presents ever-a story of his exploits with Rudolf and the sleigh as he goes on his rounds delivering packages on Christmas Eve. This pattern is simplified for those who want to try split weave but are uncertain about doing shapes. Like the other version, the solid pieces here are done in either flat peyote, or if you want to turn it on its side, brick. (I offter FREE packets of directions for brick stitch on this site) If you prefer the shaped version, I offer a packet with just that version also. I believe my instructions are clear enough for you to be able to create a split-weave style necklace. If you find you'd like to cross-reference the technique, check out SECOND LOOKS by Suzanne Cooper, which has excellent and well-graphed directions with lots of great tips. I haven't had time to weave this one yet but just think of all the great fringe and strap embellishments you could do with star beads, bells, Swarovskis and anything shiny. Feel free to used any reds, greens, or whites you think are pretty. I only suggested color numbers here for those who feel they must have them. Also, if there is a color you would like better than the lavender I have in the background, feel free. Turquoise would be pretty or even a bright blue. Just make sure the background color doesn't have one of the colors in the designs outside beads because then you'll lose the shape. I've included an alphabet here in case you want to sign your initials or write a more personal holiday greeting.

Project Type: Bead
Stitch: round or flat peyote or brick
Beads Used: delicas
Approx Finished Size: 72 beads WX157 tall
Pages To Print: 5

In Stock: 200

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