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I Love You - American Sign Language Charm/Pendant, Beading PATTERN

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Stitch your own American Sign Language "I Love You" hand shape to use as a unique charm or pendant.

This is a brick stitch pattern using Miyuki beads. It is recommended for those who have experience with bead weaving.

You will receive the (1) suggested supply list (2) bead legend (3) photo and (4) bead chart in a one page J file.

Basic Skills Necessary:

Basic Beadweaving Skills
Ladder Stitch
Increasing/Decreasing Brick Stitch

Pattern includes colors for the tan hand but you can change the bead colors:

Suggested Materials:

Miyuki Delica Seed Beads, size 11
Miyuki Rocaille Seed Beads, size 11
Miyuki Rocaille Seed Beads, size 15
Beading Needle, size 12
Fireline Thread, Crystal, 6 or 8 lb.

Size: Approx. 30 mm. wide and 38 mm. in height.

You will NOT receive:

- STEP BY STEP diagrams or any instructions to create this design.

Please contact me if you would like to place an order for a ready made hand sign.

Photo 1: Sample of completed beadwork
Photo 2: Sample supplies
Photo 3: Sample pattern
Photo 4: Idea sample of hand sign used as pin (bead loop omitted when stitched)

For additional information and beading tips, links are available here, http://bit.ly/BeadSupport2016.
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(c) Copyright Bead Crumbs 2010-2016. All rights reserved. Original design. You are not allowed to copy, reproduce, share, alter or sell this pattern. If selling your completed bead work from this pattern, please credit me for this design.

FOR MORE INFORMATION on "How do I download a digital item I purchased?", view this link https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949

THANK YOU so much for purchasing my pattern. Have fun!

*Update: You now have a choice of downloading this pattern in JPG or PDF format. The patterns are the same but in a different digital format.
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Twitter: @BeadCrumbs
Stitch your own American Sign Language "I Love You" hand shape to use as a unique charm or pendant.

This is a brick stitch pattern using Miyuki beads. It is recommended for those who have experience with bead weaving.

You will receive the (1) suggested supply list (2) bead legend (3) photo and (4) bead chart in a one page J file.

Basic Skills Necessary:

Basic Beadweaving Skills
Ladder Stitch
Increasing/Decreasing Brick Stitch

Pattern includes colors for the tan hand but you can change the bead colors:

Suggested Materials:

Miyuki Delica Seed Beads, size 11
Miyuki Rocaille Seed Beads, size 11
Miyuki Rocaille Seed Beads, size 15
Beading Needle, size 12
Fireline Thread, Crystal, 6 or 8 lb.

Size: Approx. 30 mm. wide and 38 mm. in height.

You will NOT receive:

- STEP BY STEP diagrams or any instructions to create this design.

Please contact me if you would like to place an order for a ready made hand sign.

Photo 1: Sample of completed beadwork
Photo 2: Sample supplies
Photo 3: Sample pattern
Photo 4: Idea sample of hand sign used as pin (bead loop omitted when stitched)

For additional information and beading tips, links are available here, http://bit.ly/BeadSupport2016.
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(c) Copyright Bead Crumbs 2010-2016. All rights reserved. Original design. You are not allowed to copy, reproduce, share, alter or sell this pattern. If selling your completed bead work from this pattern, please credit me for this design.

FOR MORE INFORMATION on "How do I download a digital item I purchased?", view this link https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949

THANK YOU so much for purchasing my pattern. Have fun!

*Update: You now have a choice of downloading this pattern in JPG or PDF format. The patterns are the same but in a different digital format.
----
Make these and tag me!
Instagram: @BeadCrumbsHawaii
Facebook: @BeadCrumbs
Twitter: @BeadCrumbs

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(1,065)
Reviewed by Kathleen Earles
5 out of 5 stars
Aug 8, 2017
Large charts for guidance on the two pdfs
Dice Bead Pattern - Red & White, Peyote/Brick Stitch Bead Weaving | DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

Reviewed by jeffbracht
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 18, 2018
These are adorable! I stitched them in brick with Delicas, and they are a nice sized earring - about the size of a penny. Thanks for sharing the pattern!
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Reviewed by Patti Bartosch
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 18, 2018
I don't know why I didn't look at this shop earlier...the patterns are so adorable and easy to follow. I've all but finished all the ones I purchased, gotta go back for more! Don't overlook this shop if you are a beader, its amazing and the owner is so helpful, thanks so much. I especially love this one...makes me giggle every time I make them.
Pile of Poo Emoji Bead Patterns, His & Hers Charms, Seed Bead Weaving

Reviewed by Patti Bartosch
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 18, 2018
I don't know why I didn't look at this shop earlier...the patterns are so adorable and easy to follow. I've all but finished all the ones I purchased, gotta go back for more! Don't overlook this shop if you are a beader, its amazing and the owner is so helpful, thanks so much.
Sheltie Shetland Sheepdog Bead Weaving Pattern, Brick Stitch

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I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
Request a cancellation: before item has shipped
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Digital downloads
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Questions about your order?
Please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

FAQs

*Suggested Supply List that typically includes 6lb FireLine thread, Delica seed beads 11/0, size 12 beading needle
*Bead Legend - includes bead colors with reference to manufacturer's bead no. and bead count.
*Photo of a completed project so you can see an actual finished piece.
*Bead Chart - graphical image of bead placement. The numbers on the bead chart corresponds with the numbers shown on the bead legend.
No. The majority of my listings are "Pattern Only"; therefore, instructions are not included. Experience with bead weaving is recommended. For patterns with instructions, please view the listings in the "tutorial" section.
Yes. You will need to know basic bead weaving stitches such as ladder stitch, peyote stitch and brick stitch. You will also need to know how to add thread (if your existing thread is too short), how to end your beadwork and how to add attachments or connector beads if making jewelry.
Yes. Please note that some of the patterns will be challenging for new beaders. I will try my best to help you along by providing you with tips and video links. Here is a link on YouTube, bit.ly/learnbrickstitch. Search YouTube and online for more tutorials. I suggest that you try a free pattern first before making a purchase. Free patterns are found on my Facebook page, www.facebook.com/beadcrumbs. Please don't get discouraged. Practice makes beading even more fun!
Definitely not! Use either Peyote or Brick Stitch to weave your design. Many of my patterns are created on a Peyote Stitch chart because it's my personal preference. However, when actually beading my piece, I turn my pattern sideways and stitch using the brick stitch technique.
You can start anywhere you want to. Some people have told me that they like to start from the center moving outwards while others like to start at the edge. I usually start at the widest/tallest point or on the row/column that I plan to attach a connector bead (so I can get that out of the way first).
It is a personal preference (as of Sept. 2015, new patterns will not show the finishing loop info). Another option, instead of loops or connector beads, is a wire connector. One thing I don't like to do is add a jump ring directly through a bead. The twisting and turning of the jump ring weakens & may crack the bead...and that would definitely ruin your hard work!
Please contact me. I am always open to pattern suggestions but may not be able to accept custom pattern requests due to my schedule. I do not make patterns of copyright / trademarked images and characters.
No. My patterns are copyrighted. You are not allowed reproduce the patterns; prepare “derivative” works based on my patterns; distribute copies of the patterns; teach/hold classes based on my patterns.

Each pattern is my original work and my intellectual property. Any type of distribution (print, electronically, etc.) is an infringement of my copyrights. You are prohibited from creating beadwork based on a photo you viewed online because the original design is still my exclusive work.

If you purchased my pattern, you can sell your completed beadwork. Credit to www.BeadCrumbsHawaii.com is appreciated when selling &/or posting your photos online.

Thank you for your understanding!
I go over each pattern before I list it for sale; however, if you notice an error, I will be very grateful if you notify me ASAP. I will gladly refund you for the pattern price, issue you the corrected pattern at no cost and compensate you with a freebie for catching my mistake.

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