Art Deco Style Rose Bead Tapestry Panel, Odd-count Peyote Stitch
It’s the 20s! And 100 years of wonderful Art Deco. Of all the art forms, fashions, times, the 1920s were my favourite for its sleek, elegant lines, simple colours, yet wildly new innovations in design. What better to celebrate than with a design inspired by perhaps the best known of all Art Deco designers, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.In this little beaded panel, I have used the clean lines, simple colours and famous roses so often seen in his designs.
This pattern file is in pdf format, and contains separate instructions for a brick stitch panel and an odd-count peyote panel, and basic tips for the fringe and strap which are optional.
The panel measures approximately 2.6ins (6.5cm) wide and 3.6ins (9cm)tall, NOT including fringe and straps.49 columns, 103 Rows.
This pattern assumes you are familiar with odd-count peyote stitch or brick stitch and fringe techniques.