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Beaded Cross Stitch Snowflake

By: Debbie Singleton from
Beaded Cross Stitch Snowflake
Beaded Cross Stitch Snowflake
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From the blogger: "Do you want your cross stitched projects to sparkle? Try using seed beads in your projects. This easy snowflake was created using silver and turquoise seed and bugle beads from the jewelry department. Light bouncing off the beads will catch anyone’s eye. Some embroidery floss along with a jewelry needle are all you need to attach these beads to your cross stitching projects. Not only will your pieces have sparkles, but the seed beads will also add texture, making your overall projects look more alive."


Primary TechniqueBeadwork

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • seed beads
  • bugle beads
  • embroidery floss
  • size 10 jewelry needle
  • aida cloth
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I used to do a lot of cross stitch. I still have the embroidery floss, so I think I will make this. I always liked the patterns that included seed beads because they make prettier ornaments. If I make this one now, I can call it a winter decoration and display it for another month!


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