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Black Furby Pattern

See my Beadie Page for basic instructions.
As with many of my crafts. I can't seem to get clear pictures of black items. (CHECK OUT THE OTHER FURBIES FOR CLEARER PICTURES!) Sorry. I will list the row counts to help see the pattern better.

5 Black beads.
8 white beads.
All other beads are the smaller 4 by 6m beads.
18 pink pearl
4 yellow
178 pearl black.
2 red or 1 large black to make electronic sensor. Does not show in this picture.

3 yards of ribbon.

  • Row 1 - 2 large black.
  • Row 2- 3 large black.
  • Row 3- 5 small black.
  • Row 4 -8 small black.
  • Row 5 - 11 small black.

  • After this row, string all 16 of the beads for the ear on one string. EAR - *Black,3pinks, black. *Black, 3 pinks, black. *Black, 2 pinks, black. *Black, 1 pink, black. *1 Black. Hold them in one hand and fold it in rows using the * for rows. String back through these beads to finish the ears. Repeat for second ear. After finishing rows 6 to 7 thread the ribbon through the botton of the ear. This keeps the ear flat to the body.

  • Row 6 - 5 black. Either 2 small red or one large Black for the sensor. Then 5 more blacks.
  • Row 7 - 4 blacks, 1 large white, 3 blacks, 1 large white (eyes color with brown or blue marker), 4 blacks.
  • Row 8- 7 black,1 yellow,7 black.
  • Row 9- 7 black, 2 yellow, 7 black.
  • Row 10- 8 black, 1 yellow, 8 black.
  • Row 11- 18 black.
  • Row 12- 16 black.
  • Row 13- 14 black.
  • Row 14 -12 black.
  • Row 15 - 11 black.
  • When finished with the last black row, thread the ribbon back through the first 4 black beads, string on the white beads for legs and reverse the thread back through the 4 black beads.
  • Row 16 - 6 large white.
  • Repeat for other leg. Tie off.


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