Friday, November 27, 2020

Jean Claude Van Damme Fan Art Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern

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Free Jean Claude Van Damme Fan Art bracelet featuring his iconic splits while meditating pose from the movie Bloodsport.  I grew up watching Jean Claude Van Damme movies on tv, marveling at his kicks and being left with that feel-good feeling at every end.  He inspired me to pursue learning martial arts.  I have seen every movie he has performed in and beg Amazon to please create a second season of JCVD.  Scroll down for the free bead pattern color chartlabeled brick stitch color chart, a letter chart that is similar to a word chart, and a bead count list. 
Brick stitch bead weaving is a very strong and versatile stitch.  While finished pieces look a lot like peyote stitch was used, due to the staggered rows, its construction allows you a great deal more control over the shape of your beaded pieces.  Brick stitch beadwork shapes are achieved with increases and decreases of rows and/or by using different size beads.  Click on the images of the charts below to download and save them or view larger images.

Bead Pattern Color Chart:

You can use this pattern color chart as a guide to what your finished beadwork piece should look like.  The size and shape of your finished piece may vary slightly from the image below depending on the bead you use.  However, this chart gives you a really good overview of the finished beadwork.  Click on the bead pattern color chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
Jean Claude Van Damme Fan Art Bracelet Bead Pattern Color Chart

Consider Contributing To Support This Blog
Do you love the free patterns?  Do you want to help keep them free?  Would you consider donating just $1 to support Brick Stitch Bead Patterns Journal and keep the patterns coming?  You can through PayPal, quickly and easily.  Every dollar goes towards publishing new patterns, new content, and shows the designer how much you care.  Thank you.
 


A Note on Bead Sizes and Brands:

The size and brand of bead you use may affect the final look of the pattern.  Miyuki Delicas and Toho beads look the best and have a classy feel.  While on the pricey side, they are well worth the cost in how easy they are to bead and the beauty of the finished beadwork.  For the larger patterns, to make earrings, I suggest using size 11 or 15 Delicas.  I prefer the Perler Mini Beads for my beadwork.  Along with a low price tag, they brick stitch really well and have a fun and whimsical look.  They are also great for beaders who don’t see well or young beaders who might have trouble with tiny beads.  Their size also makes for great brick stitch beaded ornaments and key chain dangles.  (My favorite to bead.)

Pattern Size:

Width: 88 beads
Height: 47 beads

This pattern was created for Miyuki Delica size 11.0 beads.  Its finished size should be about 6 inches by 2 1/2 inches.

Beading Skill Level:

Advanced Flat Brick Stitch

Bead Pattern Labeled Color Chart:

These charts are my favorite to use.  They combine the color chart and letter chart so you can easily see by the letters which bead to use while simultaneously allowing you to compare your beaded piece to what the finished piece should look like.  Printers do not always print the pattern colors correctly.  So, having the letters on the pattern color chart, like the one below, can help differentiate colors that are close in hue.  Click on the labeled bead pattern color chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
Jean Claude Van Damme Fan Art Bracelet Bead Pattern Labeled Color Chart

Pattern Bead Counts:

Use these bead counts as a shopping list or to check that you have enough beads to complete your project.  A typical 7 gram tube of size 11 seed beads average around 1200-1500 beads per tube.  Here is a handy list of the approximate number of beads per 1 gram of each common size:
Size 15 beads = 250 beads
Size 11 beads = 120 beads
Size 10 beads = 100 beads
Size 8 beads = 40 beads

Cuff Bracelet Bead Count:

Miyuki Delica Beads Size 11.0:

A - DB2261 Black Picasso - 51
B - DB1790 White Lined Sable Brown AB - 60
C - DB1156 Galvanized Pink Blush - 47
D - DB418 Galvanized Blush - 663
E - DB354 Matte Opaque Blush - 103
F - DB1991 Metallic French Plum - 594
G - DB2275 Opaque Glazed Jujube - 506
H - DB856 Matte Transparent Red Orange AB - 242
I - DB1584 Matte Opaque Currant - 266 
 
Total Bead Count:  2532

Bead Pattern Letter Chart:

The bead pattern letter chart gives you a strictly black and white option for easy printing.  It is simple to follow the pattern with the letters and functions similarly to a bead word chart.  You can also print this chart out and color over the letters to see what different bead colors would look like in the pattern.  Click on the bead pattern letter chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
Jean Claude Van Damme Fan Art Bracelet Bead Pattern Letter Chart

Suggested Beading Techniques to Use: 

-Flat Brick Stitch-
Ladder Stitch Base Row
Basic Brick Stitch
Single Bead Brick Stitch Decrease
Single Bead Brick Stitch Increase
Multiple Bead Brick Stitch Decrease
Multiple Bead Brick Stitch Increase

*The brick stitch bead decreases are performed at the beginning and ending of rows.

Tools You Might Need For This Pattern:

-Small Scissors-
-A pencil to mark off finished rows on the printed pattern-
-Clear Nail Polish or Super Glue to secure thread knots.-
-Tape wrapped Needle Nose Pliers for pulling the needle and attaching jump rings-
-Rounded Nose Pliers for attaching jump rings-

Brick Stitch Beading Tips:


-For your base row, start with the row that has the most beads. Typically, this is a central row in the pattern.  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.  If you get stuck with how to brick stitch parts of this pattern, go to the How to Brick Stitch section of this website for the Brick Stitch Quick video tutorial series.  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.

-Wax your thread with either beeswax or household paraffin to reduce knotting and allow your needle and thread to pass through beads more easily.  Simply draw your working thread across the wax block to wax it.  Be careful not to apply too much wax or it will chalk up on your beads and create a mess.  Using beeswax will reduce the possibility of chalking, but household paraffin is cheaper and better for the bees.
-If you have trouble passing your needle and thread through a bead, grip it with a pair of needle nose pliers that have had the nose wrapped in duct tape or electrical tape.  You will have better grip on your needle with them and the tape will reduce any damage to your needle and beadwork.
-Coat your knots with a clear nail polish to ensure they do not unravel.
-The type of light you use when beading will affect how you see the bead colors.  Bright florescent or LED lights work the best for seeing the true colors of the beads.  However the florescent lights may be hard on the eyes.  Fully light your work space so your eyes do not strain when trying to see the holes of tiny beads.

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Kiss Fan Art Cuff Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern

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Free Kiss cuff bracelet featuring a portrait of all four original members.  Scroll down for the free bead pattern color chartlabeled brick stitch color chart, a letter chart that is similar to a word chart, and a bead count list. 
Brick stitch bead weaving is a very strong and versatile stitch.  While finished pieces look a lot like peyote stitch was used, due to the staggered rows, its construction allows you a great deal more control over the shape of your beaded pieces.  Brick stitch beadwork shapes are achieved with increases and decreases of rows and/or by using different size beads.  Click on the images of the charts below to download and save them or view larger images.

Bead Pattern Color Chart:

You can use this pattern color chart as a guide to what your finished beadwork piece should look like.  The size and shape of your finished piece may vary slightly from the image below depending on the bead you use.  However, this chart gives you a really good overview of the finished beadwork.  Click on the bead pattern color chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
Kiss Fan Art Cuff Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern Color Chart

Consider Contributing To Support This Blog
Do you love the free patterns?  Do you want to help keep them free?  Would you consider donating just $1 to support Brick Stitch Bead Patterns Journal and keep the patterns coming?  You can through PayPal, quickly and easily.  Every dollar goes towards publishing new patterns, new content, and shows the designer how much you care.  Thank you.
 


A Note on Bead Sizes and Brands:

The size and brand of bead you use may affect the final look of the pattern.  Miyuki Delicas and Toho beads look the best and have a classy feel.  While on the pricey side, they are well worth the cost in how easy they are to bead and the beauty of the finished beadwork.  For the larger patterns, to make earrings, I suggest using size 11 or 15 Delicas.  I prefer the Perler Mini Beads for my beadwork.  Along with a low price tag, they brick stitch really well and have a fun and whimsical look.  They are also great for beaders who don’t see well or young beaders who might have trouble with tiny beads.  Their size also makes for great brick stitch beaded ornaments and key chain dangles.  (My favorite to bead.)

Pattern Size:

Width: 100 beads
Height: 52 beads

This pattern was created for Miyuki Delica size 11.0 beads.  Its finished size should be about 7 inches by 2 3/4 inches.

Beading Skill Level:

Advanced Flat Brick Stitch

Bead Pattern Labeled Color Chart:

These charts are my favorite to use.  They combine the color chart and letter chart so you can easily see by the letters which bead to use while simultaneously allowing you to compare your beaded piece to what the finished piece should look like.  Printers do not always print the pattern colors correctly.  So, having the letters on the pattern color chart, like the one below, can help differentiate colors that are close in hue.  Click on the labeled bead pattern color chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
Kiss Fan Art Cuff Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern Labeled Color Chart

Pattern Bead Counts:

Use these bead counts as a shopping list or to check that you have enough beads to complete your project.  A typical 7 gram tube of size 11 seed beads average around 1200-1500 beads per tube.  Here is a handy list of the approximate number of beads per 1 gram of each common size:
Size 15 beads = 250 beads
Size 11 beads = 120 beads
Size 10 beads = 100 beads
Size 8 beads = 40 beads

Cuff Bracelet Bead Count:

Miyuki Delica Beads Size 11.0:

A - DB1111 Transparent Grey Mist - 427
B - DB2261 Black Picasso - 1818
C - DB1523 Matte Opaque Light Salmon AB - 194
D - DB354 Matte Opaque Blush - 155
E - DB1861 Color Lined Light Apricot AB - 161
F - DB663 Opaque Olive - 362
G - DB453 Galvanized Gunmetal - 172
H - DB1774 Grey Lined Opal AB - 184
I - DB875 Matte Opaque Mauve AB - 91
J - DB1772 Spkl Pewter Lined Crystal AB - 102
K - DB1759 Spkl Beige Lined Amethyst AB - 131
L - DB2173 Silver Lined Light Watermelon Duracoat - 13
M - DB704 Transparent Red Orange - 22

Total Bead Count:  3832

Bead Pattern Letter Chart:

The bead pattern letter chart gives you a strictly black and white option for easy printing.  It is simple to follow the pattern with the letters and functions similarly to a bead word chart.  You can also print this chart out and color over the letters to see what different bead colors would look like in the pattern.  Click on the bead pattern letter chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
Kiss Fan Art Cuff Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern Letter Chart

Suggested Beading Techniques to Use: 

-Flat Brick Stitch-
Ladder Stitch Base Row
Basic Brick Stitch
Single Bead Brick Stitch Decrease
Single Bead Brick Stitch Increase
Multiple Bead Brick Stitch Decrease
Multiple Bead Brick Stitch Increase

*The brick stitch bead decreases are performed at the beginning and ending of rows.

Tools You Might Need For This Pattern:

-Small Scissors-
-A pencil to mark off finished rows on the printed pattern-
-Clear Nail Polish or Super Glue to secure thread knots.-
-Tape wrapped Needle Nose Pliers for pulling the needle and attaching jump rings-
-Rounded Nose Pliers for attaching jump rings-

Brick Stitch Beading Tips:


-For your base row, start with the row that has the most beads. Typically, this is a central row in the pattern.  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.  If you get stuck with how to brick stitch parts of this pattern, go to the How to Brick Stitch section of this website for the Brick Stitch Quick video tutorial series.  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.

-Wax your thread with either beeswax or household paraffin to reduce knotting and allow your needle and thread to pass through beads more easily.  Simply draw your working thread across the wax block to wax it.  Be careful not to apply too much wax or it will chalk up on your beads and create a mess.  Using beeswax will reduce the possibility of chalking, but household paraffin is cheaper and better for the bees.
-If you have trouble passing your needle and thread through a bead, grip it with a pair of needle nose pliers that have had the nose wrapped in duct tape or electrical tape.  You will have better grip on your needle with them and the tape will reduce any damage to your needle and beadwork.
-Coat your knots with a clear nail polish to ensure they do not unravel.
-The type of light you use when beading will affect how you see the bead colors.  Bright florescent or LED lights work the best for seeing the true colors of the beads.  However the florescent lights may be hard on the eyes.  Fully light your work space so your eyes do not strain when trying to see the holes of tiny beads.

Be sure to enter your email at right and subscribe to this blog or follow Brick Stitch Bead Patterns Journal on Facebook.  Also, share, share, and share alike!

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David Bowie Fan Art Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern

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Free David Bowie bracelet featuring his iconic image on the Aladdin Sane album brick stitch seed bead weaving Fan Art pattern.  Scroll down for the free bead pattern color chartlabeled brick stitch color chart, a letter chart that is similar to a word chart, and a bead count list. 
Brick stitch bead weaving is a very strong and versatile stitch.  While finished pieces look a lot like peyote stitch was used, due to the staggered rows, its construction allows you a great deal more control over the shape of your beaded pieces.  Brick stitch beadwork shapes are achieved with increases and decreases of rows and/or by using different size beads.  Click on the images of the charts below to download and save them or view larger images.

Bead Pattern Color Chart:

You can use this pattern color chart as a guide to what your finished beadwork piece should look like.  The size and shape of your finished piece may vary slightly from the image below depending on the bead you use.  However, this chart gives you a really good overview of the finished beadwork.  Click on the bead pattern color chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
David Bowie Fan Art Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern Color Chart

Consider Contributing To Support This Blog
Do you love the free patterns?  Do you want to help keep them free?  Would you consider donating just $1 to support Brick Stitch Bead Patterns Journal and keep the patterns coming?  You can through PayPal, quickly and easily.  Every dollar goes towards publishing new patterns, new content, and shows the designer how much you care.  Thank you.
 


A Note on Bead Sizes and Brands:

The size and brand of bead you use may affect the final look of the pattern.  Miyuki Delicas and Toho beads look the best and have a classy feel.  While on the pricey side, they are well worth the cost in how easy they are to bead and the beauty of the finished beadwork.  For the larger patterns, to make earrings, I suggest using size 11 or 15 Delicas.  I prefer the Perler Mini Beads for my beadwork.  Along with a low price tag, they brick stitch really well and have a fun and whimsical look.  They are also great for beaders who don’t see well or young beaders who might have trouble with tiny beads.  Their size also makes for great brick stitch beaded ornaments and key chain dangles.  (My favorite to bead.)

Pattern Size:

Width: 85 beads
Height: 29 beads

This pattern was created for Miyuki Delica size 11.0 beads.  Its finished size should be about 5 3/4 inches by 1 1/2 inches.

Beading Skill Level:

Intermediate Flat Brick Stitch

Bead Pattern Labeled Color Chart:

These charts are my favorite to use.  They combine the color chart and letter chart so you can easily see by the letters which bead to use while simultaneously allowing you to compare your beaded piece to what the finished piece should look like.  Printers do not always print the pattern colors correctly.  So, having the letters on the pattern color chart, like the one below, can help differentiate colors that are close in hue.  Click on the labeled bead pattern color chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
David Bowie Fan Art Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern Labeled Color Chart

Pattern Bead Counts:

Use these bead counts as a shopping list or to check that you have enough beads to complete your project.  A typical 7 gram tube of size 11 seed beads average around 1200-1500 beads per tube.  Here is a handy list of the approximate number of beads per 1 gram of each common size:
Size 15 beads = 250 beads
Size 11 beads = 120 beads
Size 10 beads = 100 beads
Size 8 beads = 40 beads

Cuff Bracelet Bead Count:

Miyuki Delica Beads Size 11.0:

A - DB863 Matte Transparent Grey AB - 10
B - DB1856 Color Lined Flamingo - 148
C - DB2287 Matte Opaque Glazed Simmon - 30
D - DB2033 Neon Creamsicle - 24
E - DB322 Matte Metallic Dark Bronze - 9
F - DB1731 Beige Lined Opal AB - 271
G - DB144 Silver Lined Dark Topaz - 57
H - DB45 Silver Lined Orange - 36
I - DB1738 Cocoa Lined Chartreuse AB - 20
J - DB2286 Matte Opaque Glazed Toast - 38
K - DB797 Opaque Jade Green - 2
L - DB1528 Matte Opaque Light Smoke AB - 14
M - DB2040 Neon Mint Green - 23
N - DB148 Silver Lined Emerald - 8
O - DB920 Spkl Cerulean Blue Lined Crystal - 27
P - DB25 Metallic Blue AB - 15
Q - DB778 Transparent Dark Rose - 104
R - DB428 Galvanized Light Cranberry - 51
S - DB1839 Galvanized Dark Coral Duracoat - 178
T - DB2155 Silver Lined Mica Duracoat - 203
U - DB362 Opaque Red Satin - 199
V - DB745 Matte Transparent Red Orange - 15
W - DB1584 Matte Opaque Currant - 366

Total Bead Count:  1848

Bead Pattern Letter Chart:

The bead pattern letter chart gives you a strictly black and white option for easy printing.  It is simple to follow the pattern with the letters and functions similarly to a bead word chart.  You can also print this chart out and color over the letters to see what different bead colors would look like in the pattern.  Click on the bead pattern letter chart to view a larger image of it.

Click on the image to view larger.
David Bowie Fan Art Bracelet Brick Stitch Bead Pattern Letter Chart

Suggested Beading Techniques to Use: 

-Flat Brick Stitch-
Ladder Stitch Base Row
Basic Brick Stitch
Single Bead Brick Stitch Decrease
Single Bead Brick Stitch Increase

*The brick stitch bead decreases are performed at the beginning and ending of rows.

Tools You Might Need For This Pattern:

-Small Scissors-
-A pencil to mark off finished rows on the printed pattern-
-Clear Nail Polish or Super Glue to secure thread knots.-
-Tape wrapped Needle Nose Pliers for pulling the needle and attaching jump rings-
-Rounded Nose Pliers for attaching jump rings-

Brick Stitch Beading Tips:


-For your base row, start with the row that has the most beads. Typically, this is a central row in the pattern.  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.  If you get stuck with how to brick stitch parts of this pattern, go to the How to Brick Stitch section of this website for the Brick Stitch Quick video tutorial series.  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.

-Wax your thread with either beeswax or household paraffin to reduce knotting and allow your needle and thread to pass through beads more easily.  Simply draw your working thread across the wax block to wax it.  Be careful not to apply too much wax or it will chalk up on your beads and create a mess.  Using beeswax will reduce the possibility of chalking, but household paraffin is cheaper and better for the bees.
-If you have trouble passing your needle and thread through a bead, grip it with a pair of needle nose pliers that have had the nose wrapped in duct tape or electrical tape.  You will have better grip on your needle with them and the tape will reduce any damage to your needle and beadwork.
-Coat your knots with a clear nail polish to ensure they do not unravel.
-The type of light you use when beading will affect how you see the bead colors.  Bright florescent or LED lights work the best for seeing the true colors of the beads.  However the florescent lights may be hard on the eyes.  Fully light your work space so your eyes do not strain when trying to see the holes of tiny beads.

Be sure to enter your email at right and subscribe to this blog or follow Brick Stitch Bead Patterns Journal on Facebook.  Also, share, share, and share alike!

Follow Brick Stitch Bead Patterns Journal on Social Media:
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