Here is a new beading pattern! They are pretty simple earrings, but the endless possible color combinations can make them stand out and WOW!
In my example, I used primary colors and turquoise. I was going for a tribal look.
This pattern was completed using a combination of ladder stitch, two drop brick stitch, and fringe. A foundation row is created using a ladder stitch with two beads in each row (9 rows). The rest of the beadwork is completed using a two bead brick stitch. It's a good pattern for a beginner because there are no complicated increases or decreases. I used round, size 11/o seed beads for the earrings pictured above, but feel free to experiment with the pattern using various sizes, shapes, and colors of beads.
You can get the PDF download for this pattern HERE.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
(P.S. This pattern was named after my cousin Nathan.)