Phoebis avellanedae, the red-splashed sulphur is a Cuban butterfly with wingspan about 8 cm.
It was named to honour the Cuban writer Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda.
The butterfly is depicted on two Cuban postage stamps: issues of 1982 20c and 1984 1c.
The wings in this pattern are suitable for 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.
You’ll need some fishing line with diameter 0,15 mm, a beading needle size 11-15 and 13 colours of seed beads size 11 or size 10.
2 toho beads palettes are offered: for opaque beads and for metal-lined ones.
The pattern includes a photo of the finished butterfly and 4 graphs showing the weaving of the wings, of the body and joining the wings and the body.
This butterfly pattern is a part of the collection "36 butterflies and moths of the world".Pattern Type:
Tutorial; Step by Step, BasicsProject Type:
peyote, tubular RAWBeads Used:
13 colours of Czech seed beads size 10Approx Finished Size:
6 X 4 Pages to Print:
In Stock: 200
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