Pony Bead Uncle Sam
Make this Pony Bead Uncle Sam to hang from your back pack and show your pride in the USA. There are lots of pony bead patterns so create a whole collection.
The image of Uncle Sam is based on a combination of two earlier American characters: Yankee Doodle and Brother Jonathan. Yankee Doodle was a derogatory term the British used for colonial Americans during the Revolutionary War. Brother Jonathan was a heroic character often featured in American folk tales and cartoons.Most historians believe that the name came from a New York merchant named Sam Wilson, known by his friends as “Uncle Sam.” Wilson supplied beef to American troops during the War of 1812. Source: National Geographic – Uncle Sam
- 15 White Pony Beads
- 15 Red Pony Beads
- 18 Blue Pony Beads
- 2 Black Pony Beads
- 4 Flesh colored Pony Beads
- Lanyard Hook
- Fold your cord in half to find the center.
- Use a half hitch (see detail below) to secure it to lanyard hook.
- Lace beads using the picture as a guide.Finish by tying off with a double knot.
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