Moth Aedophron rhodites small
Moth Aedophron rhodites (Eversmann, 1851) inhabits Eastern Mediterranean and through Ukrainian steppes to central Asia.
The wingspan of the real moth is 2,5 cm.
This beaded moth is woven of 17 colours of seed beads size 11.
The pattern includes a photo of the finished butterfly, 2 toho colour palettes (for metal-lined and for opaque beads) and 4 graphs.
You can weave the wings of this moth using peyote or brick stitch. I show in the graphs thread way for peyote stitch.
This moth can be used as a brooch, as a hair slide, a pendant or simply as a nice souvenir.
This moth pattern is a part of the collection "36 butterflies and moths of the world".
Beads Used: Czech seed beads size 11
Approx Finished Size: 7 X 5 cm
7 X 5 cm