Precis octavia sesamus, or the Gaudy Commodore flies in South Africa and along the eastern side of South Africa, to Swaziland, Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenya.
Its wingspan is about 48-60 mm.
To weave this butterfly we’ll need fireline, a beading needle size 11-15 and 10 colours of beads (two toho palettes are given: a metal-lined beads palette and an opaque beads palette). The pattern includes a photo of two finished butterflies (the one made of metal-lined beads and the opaque one)and 2 graphs of weaving of the insect. The thread way is shown.
Such butterfly can be used as a pendant, or a brooch, a hairslide, an earring. The butterfly is quickly and easily woven. It'll take you about an hour or a bit more to be completed.
This butterfly pattern is a part the collection "18 Mini Butterflies and Moths of the World".
3 X 3,5 cm