The bright colors in this pattern are reminiscent of old fashioned licorice and hard candies. Think juicy red cherry licorice, luscious black licorice, mouthwatering lemon drops, and tart and tangy lime candies. Altogether, this pattern is a delightful combination of sweet old fashioned delicacies. This pattern would make a great amulet bag. If you repeat the pattern or use larger beads it could also be used to make a book cover, evening bag, pillow, or other project. This pattern can be used by all crafters, and is appropriate for projects ranging from beginning to advanced.
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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.