This versatile geometric design can be used for a beaded tapestry, a canvas tote, an evening bag, a pillow, and other great projects. This pattern is simple enough for the beginning beader, but it is intriguing enough for the intermediate or advanced beader. By changing the color pallet this pattern can go from sporty, to girly, to elegant. You can also change the look of the piece by changing the type of beads used. For example, using Tilas will give you a completely different look than using Rocallis. I originally designed this pattern to use on a canvas bag; however it would be fun to experiment with it on other surfaces with other types of beads.
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I started beading and making jewelry when I was 12 years old, and grew to love beads very quickly. Over the years I have made many beaded items, and I have learned many different beading techniques. Some of my latest items include beaded bottle necklaces, amulet bags, and watches. I also make some chain maille items. I have a passion for beading and jewelry.