Three Hole Beads

Have you got some three hole beads to use up? Or do you want to discover how to work with three hole beads? If you said yes, then you’re in the right place. These beading patterns will all fit your needs!

What are three hole beads?

I’m sure you don’t need me to explain, these would be any shaped seed beads that contain three holes. So, common examples that spring to mind are: AVA beads, Rountrios or Trinity beads.

If you have any of these beads – or any others – in your stash, maybe you need some inspiration for using them. So, here are some patterns that all require some type of 3-hole seed beads.

If you don’t already have these in your stash, then maybe this will tempt you to try out one of these shapes?

And, if you know of any 3-hole beads that I haven’t got covered, just drop me an email.

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