One in Three and Three in One

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One in Three and Three in One Pattern


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Jewelry: One in Three and Three in One
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

advanced skill level requirement Expert

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • odd-count peyote stitch
  • attach findings

Pattern Description:

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The three hares motif is a circular pattern which appears in sacred sites from the Middle and Far east to the churches of southwest England and historical synagogues in Europe. The earliest appearance of this image occurs in the 6th and 7th centuries. It has been used as an architectural icon, a religious symbol, and a logo for adornment, and has a number of mystical associations and is associated with fertility and the lunar cycle. It is associated with pagan and Wiccan symbolism, and in Christianity it has been used to represent the trinity.

This beaded cuff features an interpretation of the iconic three hares motif, and the number three is repeated dozens of times in the foreground and background of the pattern.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 4.5 inches x 2 inches, finished to preferred length with findings


  • Seed beads in the following colors :
  • Black - .5 grams MATTE, 3 beads GLOSS
  • White - .5 grams GLOSS
  • Eggshell/Cream 1.5 grams MATTE, 2 grams GLOSS
  • Green 4 grams MATTE, 5 grams GLOSS
  • Copper 1.5 grams METALLIC
  • Light blue 1.5 grams GLOSS
  • nylon beading thread
  • Findings - 2 40mm ribbon clips, chain, clasps, jump rings

You Will Also Need:

  • thread conditioner
  • scissors
  • beading needles

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Beautiful Toledo Bend Lake, LA
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I create unique, sometimes strange, and always thought provoking jewelry and accessories for the courageous individual.

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