Four Hole Beads

How many four hole beads do you have in your stash? Have you ever worked with these beads? Well, here’s your chance to find a pattern to help you out!

Defining Four Hole Beads

Did you even know that you can get a single bead with four holes through it? Well, in recent years, bead manufacturers have been competing hard to innovate with beads. So, how do you do this? You can play around with shape. Or you can play around with the number of holes through the bead.

I suspect that four holes is probably the maximum you will get through one bead! Can you imagine how that even works? Or how you would use a bead like this?

Well, the most common four hole beads are Quadra Tiles and Quadra Lentils. You may be surprised to learn that the four-hole structure is really fun to use. So, why not give them a try? Here are some patterns to get you started.

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  • Arcos Montee Sparkle Bracelet

    Arcos Montee Sparkle Bracelet Pattern

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  • Dome Beads Bracelet Pattern

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    Quadra Tile Bead Patterns: Tie Necklace

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  • Quadra Tile Beads Circles Necklace Pattern

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  • Quadra Tiles bead flower necklace pattern by Katie Dean, Beadflowers

    Quadra Tiles Bead Flower Pattern

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  • Simple Quadra Tiles Pendant Pattern

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  • Swarovski Montees Bracelet Pattern

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