The 3 Butterfly Rope patterns together

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The 3 Butterfly Rope patterns together Pattern


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Jewelry: The 3 Butterfly Rope patterns together
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of RAW (Right Angle Wave) is an advantage
  • but everything you need to know is explained in the tutorials
  • Picot and stringing.

Pattern Description:

This is a listing for 3 Patterns/Tutorials. You will not receive the jewelry pictured above. You can also buy the patterns separately. By buying three patterns at once, you get one for free.

Each pattern is a full color PDF which will show you step by step how to make the Butterfly Rope Lariat, Matine necklace and Bracelet and the curved choker.

I made this beautiful rope to compliment a beautiful flower bead made by Lea Avroch and liked the result so much, that I made a tutorial. The rope builds up quickly, ideal to make a lariat, but also practical for gifts and last-minute projects!
The lariat is 45 inches/115 cm in total- not too long (to prevent the focal bead from hitting a table top), and it offers various ways to wear it.
The Matine necklace measures 22 inches/60 cm in total. You can make the ropes any length you wish.
The Bracelet is 7 1/4 inch long (18.4cm) and it is easy to modify the size.

Level: Beginner to intermediate. Knowledge of Right Angle Weave is an advantage but not mandatory, the explanations are very clear.

Important note: avoid printing, or print more than one page per sheet; my patterns are designed for use with electronic devices and may print very large.


  • Japanese Seed Beads size 11/0 in 2 colors
  • superduo beads
  • Firepolished beads
  • small Czech glass leaves
  • crystal teardrop beads 12x8mm
  • focal beads, glass Pearls

You Will Also Need:

  • the usual (thread, needles, scissors).

About Designer

About Designer

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by SamohtaC
Geneva, Switzerland
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I live in Switzerland since 1980; my husband is Swiss, and most important, he's wonderful.

I started beading in 2004. Off-loom beadweaving and bead embroidery are my favorite beading techniques.

I won the FMG Grand Prize Gold Medal in 2006 for a Seed bead jewelry set called "Roma" and a gold medal in the fiber arts category. In 2007 another choker received a bronze medal and in 2009 ...

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