This e-book contains an enlarged
pattern shown on two pages. It is large enough to make it very
easy to read. There are no instructions, no color keys, just
pretty patterns for those of you who love to bead and want patterns
at a very affordable price. You can find beading
instructions on my web site.
Technique: Odd CountFlat Peyote
Approx Size: 4.5 X 4.5"
Pages to Print: 3
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The Occitan cross is the symbol of Occitania, a cultural area
which roughly encompasses the southern half of France, as well
as Monaco, and small parts of Italy and Spain. It was probably
first used in the coat of arms of the counts of Forcalquier in
Provence, and then by the counts of Toulouse in the territory
of Languedoc and later in other provinces. The Occitan cross
is technically described as "mouthed and hollowed out, with
keys (or paws) and golden spheres"and is still the object
of a dispute among experts as to whether its first appearance
in Occitania was in Provence or Languedoc.