Sunday, August 26, 2018

Corn on the Cob Free Thanksgiving Brick Stitch Beaded Earring Pattern

Free Corn on the Cob Thanksgiving brick stitch seed bead earring or necklace charm pattern.  This pattern celebrates Thanksgiving Day and the traditional Turkey we associate with it.  Use seed beads to brick stitch necklace pendants and earring charms, jewelry, or pony/crow beads to make window hangers and ornaments.

Click each picture below to view the brick stitch bead pattern larger.  Then, right click the bead pattern to save, download, or print it.

Click for a larger image of this brick stitch bead pattern color chart.
Free Corn on the Cob Thanksgiving Brick Stitch Beaded Earring Pattern Color Chart

A Note on Bead Sizes and Brands:

The size and brand of bead you use may affect the final look of the brick stitch bead pattern.  Miyuki Delicas and Toho beads look the best and have a classy feel for brick stitch jewelry.  I prefer the Perler Mini Beads for my bead work.  They brick stitch really well and have a fun and perky look.  Their size also makes for great brick stitch beaded ornaments and key chains dangles.  (My fave to bead.)

Brick Stitch Beading Skill Level:

Intermediate

Click for a larger image of this brick stitch bead pattern labeled color chart.
Free Corn on the Cob Thanksgiving Brick Stitch Beaded Earring Pattern Labeled Color Chart

Brick Stitch Pattern Bead Count:

A - Red Orange Beads - 20
B - Brown Beads - 21
C - Orange Beads - 19
D - Yellow Beads - 67
E - Light Green Beads - 65
F - Dark Green Beads - 57
G - White Beads - 95

*The Bead Count is per earring charm.  To make a pair of earrings, double the bead counts.

Click for a larger image of this brick stitch bead pattern word chart.
Free Corn on the Cob Thanksgiving Brick Stitch Beaded Earring Pattern Letter Chart

Brick Stitch Beading Tip:


For your base row, start with the row that has the most beads.  Then, brick stitch up the pattern.  Once the top portion is complete, move your thread down to the base row and brick stitch the bottom portion of the pattern.  This pattern can be beaded with brick stitch, peyote, and gourd stitch beading techniques.  Print out the pattern and decide which row will be your base row.  Then, number each row of the pattern so it is easier to follow and track your progress.  This allows you to personalize how you brick stitch your pattern a little more.


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