One hole lentil beads are sold in strings of 50 beads. Each bead is approximately 6mm in diameter and 3mm thick. So, they look a little like small round cushions. These beads have a single hole, which is set towards one side.
If you are looking for two-hole lentils, you can find them here. I also have some patterns to share with you. So, keep on reading!
We have all come across that same problem. You see a bead colour on your screen and think it looks great. So, you order the beads. Then, your pack arrives and the colour is totally different from what you were expecting. You even wonder if the shop just packed the wrong beads by accident…!
The fact is, between camera settings, lighting and different computer screens, it is very hard to convey the true colour of beads in an online setting. So, if you are trying to colour match and you’re not sure what will work, you can order a sample.
I will send you one of the one hole lentil beads in your chosen colour. Your sample also includes a discount code. So, if you come back here and buy some beads from me, use the discount code. Then the cost of your free sample will be refunded against your order.
Terms and Conditions
You can redeem your coupon against any beads. So, your new purchase does not have to be the same as your sample. For example, if you ordered a sample of pearls, then decided they weren’t right. You could still come back and redeem your sample coupon as you buy some seed beads.
The coupon has no expiry date. However, you can only use it once. If you have multiple coupons, you can use them all. But you must add each coupon code separately in your basket.
Coupons cannot be used to get a refund against a pattern or kit.
Patterns using one hole lentil beads
I have started to create designs using one hole lentil beads. So, if you keep scrolling down, I have given you links to these patterns.
I have to confess, I find these beads wonderful to use. They are pretty and create a really tactile feel. So, I am still experimenting with different ideas and techniques. Please keep checking back to find more patterns as I add them.
If you want to read a little more about the lentil beads, then you should enjoy this blog.
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