Gold Tiger Amulet BagThis is the Gold Tiger Amulet Bag. It was designed with the whimsical in mind, using black-lined amber beads on gold cotton. The tiny bag features fringes of beads along the top and bottom as well as a delightful necklace showcasing larger beads.
4 rows K3, s2b, k3, s2b, k4, s2b, k3, s2b, k3
2 rows K3, s1b, k3, s3b, k4, s3b, k3, s1b, k3
2 rows K3, s1b, k3, s4b, k2, s1b, k2, s4b, k3, s1b, k3
There are now 5 bead sections. Proceed following the chart below, knitting 2 rows of each, using the number of knit stitches from the last row above between each bead section (see underlined above).
This completes the front of the amulet, reverse pattern to finish back of amulet.
Make sure there are enough beads still on cotton to make the necklace part. This usually is about 32", depending on your preference.
Then using the cotton and a darning needle, stitch up one side of bag, place beads for necklace tight up against top of amulet, and stitch down other side of bag. Add some more seed bead dangles at top of amulet front with beading needle for embellishment. And you may also add seed bead dangles at bottom as fringe.
Use your imagination and have fun!
Fringe Pendant Bag
1 hank beads
1 ball cotton
2" frame (Optional)
String 6 strands of beads on cotton (add next 6 strands when needed).
Cast on 20 stitches.
You have now completed the front of bag. Reverse starting with 7) for back of bag.
Attach to 2" frame and complete with finger ring or chain for necklace.
Evening Bag with Ridges
Cast on 46 stitches.