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The Impossible Possible
Impossible Triangle pin bead pattern

This piece was inspired by mathematician Roger Penrose's "impossible triangle". If you look closely at the right angles involved, you'll see that building such a shape three dimensionally would be impossible. But because of the way your brain works, your eye can see this two dimensional shape as three dimensional.

Use it as a pin, or add a loop and hang it on a keychain, necklace chain, or over a rope. I beaded it in neutrals for a conservative look. It would also be great in reds and oranges.
Pattern file contains a color photo of the finished piece, suggested Delica color numbers (along with a bead count for each color), a symbol beading chart, a Word beading chart, and beading tips.

(No instructions included for brick stitch, but see my online animated tutorial on Brick Stich.)

Stitch: Brick
Beads required: 1132 (approx 5.7 grams)
Finished size: 2" x 2.75"
Price: $3.50

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