Fringe

Thread needle onto 5' length of thread. Weave through work to anchor it and bring needle out through bead at the bottom left edge of bag.

There are thirty-five strands of fringe, one for every bead along bottom of bag.

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STRAND 1: Sting three lime-green beads, one Kelly green, one blue, one Kelly green, three lime green, one gold, four lime green, and one blue. PNBT four lime-green beads. This forms one finger of feather fringe. 'String 2 gold beads, 4 lime green, 1 blue. PNBT 4 lime-green beads.* See Fig. 8. Repeat between asterisks four more times for a total of six fingers. PNBT three lime-green beads, cne Kelly green, one blue, one Kelly green, and three lime-green beads. See Fig. 7. PNUT bead on bottom of bag to the left of where strand came out and then PNDT the bead where the strand is coming out. PNBT strand of lime-green beads, Kelly green beads, and blue bead so that the needle is coming out of the middle of the top of the circle of beads. String three purple beads, ihree blue beads, and three more purple beads. PNBT the strand of limc-grccn, Kelly green, and blue bead. PNUT bead on bottom of bag directly above the strand. PNDT the next bead on the bottom of the bag. See Fig. 8.

This forms the peacock feather strand I here are six of them in the fringe, three on each side of the middle of the bag. with increasingly more beads in each strand as you move towards the middle.

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STRAND 2: 'String two blue beads, three Kelly green beads, one gold bead. PNBT three Kelly green beads.* Repeat between asterisks two more times for a total of three fingers on strand. Then string two blue beads and one gold bead. PNBT all the blue beads. PNUT the bead on the body of bag directly on lop of the strand. PNDT the next bead.

STRAND 3: Same as Strand 2. except use purple beads for the blue beads and topaz beads for the green ones.

STRAND 4: This is another peacock feather strand. Work same as Strand 1. except instead of stringing on three lime-green beads on cither side of Kelly green bead, blue bead, Kelly green bead, string on five lime-green beads (this is the part of the strand that is above the circular feather part) so that this feather strand is longer than Strand 1.

STRAND 5: Same as Strand 2, except make five green fingers instead of three.

STRAND 6: Same as Strand 3, except make five topaz fingers instead of three.

STRAND 7: Same as Strand 4. except string eight lime-green beads on either side of Kelly green, blue, and Kelly green.

STRAND 8: String twenty-six purple-beads and five gold beads. This forms a small gold ring at the end of the strand. PNBT all purple beads and PNUT bead on bottom of body of bag. PNDT next bead on body of bag.

STRAND 0: Siring thirty-five purple beads and five topaz beads. PNBT all purple beads. PNUT bead on bottom of body of bag. PNDT next bead on body of bag.

STRAND 10: Same as Strand 8. except string thirty-nine purple beads instead of twenty-six.

STRAND 11: Same as Strand 9. except siring forty-five purple beads instead of thirty-five.

STRAND 12: String forty-eight lime-green beads and five gold beads. PNBT all green beads, PNUT bead on body of bag that is directly above strand, and then PNDT next bead on body of bag.

STRAND 13: Sane as Strand 12. except string fifty Kelly green beads and five topaz.

STRAND 14: Same as Strand 12. except string fifty-two blue beads and five gold beads.

STRAND 15: Siring fifty-six blue beads and five topaz.

STRAND 16: String fifty-nine blue beads and five gold.

STRAND 17: This is the peacock foot Strand. String three blue beads, twelve topaz beads, and one lime-green bead. PNBT three topaz beads. String four topaz aeads and one lime-green bead. PNBT three topaz beads. String three topaz beads and one lime-green bead. PNBT three topaz beads. String three topaz beads and one lime-green bead. PNBT three topaz beads. These are the four toes of the peacock. String forty-seven blue beads anil five topaz. PNBT all forty-seven blue beads, topaz beads of leg (not toes), and three blue beads. PNIT1 bead on body of bag that is directly above strand and then PNDT next bead on body of bag.

STRAND 18: Same as Strand 16, except string sixty-two blue beads.

STRAND 19: Same as Strand 17.

ST RAND 20: Same as Slrand 16.

STRAND 21: Same as Strand 15.

STRAND 22: Same as Strand 14.

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Weave in ends.

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