Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Russian Snake Stitch - Free pattern!


14 comments:

Lois Moon said...

Thanks for the great pattern. I must try this one right away.

Babette said...

How nice of you. Yes, I will do this one. Love the look and how we can switch things out for yet other great looking pieces. Wow.

Cindy Holsclaw said...

Sweet! Thanks Cindy!

Ileja's jewels said...

Thank you for this lovely pattern!

christine eileen said...

Love this stitch.. question, how many 11 beads to use if you want to use a 6mm bead? I have made several necklaces like this and it works up quick and looks amazing. Thanks for such a great tutorial!

Cynthia Newcomer Daniel said...

Christine Eileen, you'll have to experiment and see! It's a pretty forgiving stitch - I'd start by adding 4 extra beads and seeing if I want more or less by how it works up.

christine eileen said...

Thanks for the suggestion! I was going to add 2 extra but 4 would probably be a better fit.

Cynthia Newcomer Daniel said...

Give it a try and see what happens!

Peggy McMahon said...

HI Cynthia. I like this stitch but would like to add at least 2 rows. How do you add rows to the original row to make a wider bracelet? Thank you. Peggy

Cynthia Newcomer Daniel said...

Peggy, it's not something i've tried, so I don't know - experiment and see what happens!

Val G said...

Would love to try this stitch but when I tried to download it I got the following message

Access to this link has been disabled. Please ask the owner of the shared link to send a new link to access the file or folder

Can you provide me with a solution

Cynthia Newcomer Daniel said...

Val, that link seems to be gone, and I can't get it back. You can try it from the pictures posted on my blog; if you want to keep it on your computer, feel free to make screenshots of it.

Val G said...

Thanks for getting back to me. I'll see if I can work it from the pictures.

Cynthia Newcomer Daniel said...

What you see on the blog is exactly the same as the download version - the only difference was that it was a PDF file.