12 Eastern Hemisphere Butterflies and Moths Rainbow

The Priam's Birdwing (Ornithoptera Priamus)
S-E Product ID #: 24123
Alcides agathyrsus
S-E Product ID #: 23920
Delias timorensis babberica
S-E Product ID #: 24077
The Nomion Apollo (Parnassius nomion)
S-E Product ID #: 24145
The Dead Leaf (Kallima Inachus)
S-E Product ID #: 24178
Erasmia sanguiflua
S-E Product ID #: 23945
The Small Tortoiseshell (Aglais urticae)
S-E Product ID #: 23987
The Cream-Spot Tiger (Epicallia villica). Underside.
S-E Product ID #: 24153
The Cleopatra butterfly (Gonepteryx cleopatra)
S-E Product ID #: 24081
Taeda prasina
S-E Product ID #: 24181
Ubaena fuelleboriana
S-E Product ID #: 24743
The Gaudy Commodore (Precis octavia sesamus). Winter form.
S-E Product ID #: 24151

Each pattern includes a photo of two finished butterflies/moths (the one made of metal-lined beads and the opaque one) and 2 graphs of weaving of the insect. Two toho palettes are given: a metal-lined beads palette and an opaque beads palette. The thread way is shown.
Such beaded moths and butterflies can be used as pendants, or brooches, hairslides, earrings. They are quickly and easily woven. Ome moth or butterfly will take you about an hour or a bit more to be completed.

Pattern Type: Tutorial; Step by Step, Basics
Project Type: Bead
Stitch: peyote
Beads Used: Czech seed beads size 10
Approx Finished Size: 5X5 cm
Pages to Print: 14

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