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Sunshine Yellow Beaded Bracelet Pattern

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Sunshine Yellow Beaded Bracelet Pattern
Sunshine Yellow Beaded Bracelet Pattern
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From the Designer: "This is an attractive bracelet with a dainty flower pattern out of golden seed beads and ivory acrylic pearl beads. Add a splash of color to coordinate with all outfits while assembling these."

If you're looking to carry a ray of sunshine everywhere you go, wear that sunny trait literally on your sleeve with this Sunshine Yellow Beaded Bracelet Pattern! This free bracelet pattern is a lovely project for anyone craving that touch of summer sunshine.

NotesNote: This is a woven project.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeGlass, Pearl, Seed, Wire

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Project TypeBracelet


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The design of the bracelet is beautiful and the explanation of how to make it is accompanied by very helpful photos that explain any difficulties. I also love how versatile the design is. I could easily substitute any one of the beads for a different color depending on the mood or the season.

First thing I thought of when I saw this bracelet was popcorn. The pearls and the yellow beads look just like it. This pattern was published back in 2013, but I am just now finding it. Even though it has been a few years this bracelet is still very stylish. I dont think that pearls ever go out of style. Love the look.

This is a pattern that I really like. Like a previous person said, if you read the directions over a couple times, look at the picture and take your time, I think it's very do able. And once you get the hang of it, think no k and white, red and white and even Crystal.

I've actually made something quite like this bracelet and, while it was a challenge, the result was well worth the effort. It really does look like something you would pay big bucks for as pointed out in a previous comment. The project is categorized as Strung but I would suggest it should be labelled as Woven. Reading through the pattern will show that the beading medium of tiger tail is actually woven through the beads rather than having them simply fed onto the strands.

Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment! I deleted mention of Strung and I added a note that this is a woven project. I really appreciate your suggestion! -Dana, Editor of FaveCrafts

I LOVE THIS. It reminds me of something you'd pay out the nose for in a designer store! I need to get better at beading before I attempt this, but I'll put it on the backburner.

I think this looks like a bracelet that cost a lot too and I love it also. I am not that much of an experienced beader but I think if you make the image larger and read the tutorial a few times it might not seem as hard as it looks. I just wonder how you figure out how to figure the beading order when you make a smaller or larger size? I my try one for a gift for now and see how it goes. You should give it a try too.


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