Published Nov 24. 2012 - 8 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

#329 - Purple Kate

Purple Kate - David Mac Tied by: David Mac Originated by: David Mac Hook: Martinek Carrie Stevens hook #1 10xl Thread: Black 8/0 Body: Silver flat...

#329 Purple Kate - David Mac #329 Purple Kate - David Mac


Tied by: David Mac
Originated by: David Mac

Hook: Martinek Carrie Stevens hook #1 10xl
Thread: Black 8/0
Body: Silver flat tinsel
Rib: Silver oval tinsel, small
Belly: White bucktail
Throat: Purple hackle
Wing: 2 purple saddle hackles flanked by two white saddle hackles
Shoulder: Black laced hen dyed purple
Eyes: Jungle cock nail

Notes: This beautiful purple themed streamer was commissioned in 2008 for Mr. Robert Kate of NYC. David also tied a number of other streamers for Mr. Kate including the Neice #1 and the Nephew #1.

Don't forget to take advantage of the 25% off sale for volume 1. The sale ends November 25. Just use the code HOLIDAYTHANKS at the checkout for savings. Streamers 365 Volume 1 #1-122 includes the first 122 patterns of the streamers 365 project.

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Purple Kate is beautifully done.

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I really like the look of this pattern,the colours in this streamer work so well...

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I like your page because its really well set up to read. Plenty of info and right to the point.

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It's so beautiful!!

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Wow.. It looks so lovely

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Wow... Awesome, Purple Kate It looks fantastic.

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Beautiful fly from David. Love it!

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