American Mcgee Cheshire Cat Ears Bead Pattern

American Mcgee Cheshire Cat Ears Bead Pattern
Made by Rayven
Date 2014-02-23 10:34:25
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Size 19 columns wide x 20 rows tall

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Apr 11, 2014 3:31 pm
I just sort of start from the middle of one ear and work them long ways, same way I would make a cuff but when I hit a ridge with no connecting beads I loop back through and down the bead under and next to the one I just added, then I work all the way to one side and come back and work the back of the ear, then use the bridge section to work over to the other ear. When I'm done both ears are connected by a single bead on the bridge, I just loop back through the bridge and connect the other side of the row and that turns it into a head band with stand up ears. I hope to get a better camera so I can make a video of the process because single pictures do not work so well.
Apr 9, 2014 7:44 am
how do you make these?
Feb 24, 2014 7:08 pm
I am so in love with these, I just wish I could have given the Mercury symbol the little horns that are suppose to be there but it wouldn't turn out given the size of the pattern. Still I think its a pretty fair rendering otherwise so please Enjoy these! Wear a set with my American Mcgee inspired Cheshire cat mask and bring out your inner evil cat.