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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Heraldry is the art form used to identify military and arms
bearers. It is also used for non-military such as Coat of Arms,
family crests, colleges, Masonic lodges, etc. The original reason
for painting or marking a symbol on a shield or clothing was
to recognise which side the warrior was on. A single colour and/or
shape would have sufficed in most situations. These identification
markings were later enhanced to show the rank of the bearer,
and it wasn't long before logos became popular. One such logo
was the cross, especially for Christians fighting in the First
Crusades, which puts the cross as one of the earliest heraldic
designs. Military divisions of Christian nations would distinguish
themselves with specific variations and/or colours of the cross.