Beginner French Beading Pattern: Star Flowers


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This beginner French beading pattern is perfect if you want to try out this craft. You will learn how to make pretty star flowers, so read on to find out more…


To make these star flowers, you will need

  • Size 11 seed beads in blue and green
  • 4mm or 6mm pearls for centres
  • 0.5mm (24ga) wire in blue
  • 0.5mm (24ga) wire in green
  • Floral stem tape
  • Stem stiffening wire
  • Embroidery silk

These supplies are all available in my beading supplies department. Or, I have put together a complete kit, which you can find here>>

In terms of tools, you just need wire cutters. You might find a bead spinner helpful, but if you are just trying French beading to find out whether or not you enjoy it, then don’t worry about the bead spinner for now.

Experience and Techniques

The product title,  beginner French beading pattern, kind of gives this away! You don’t need any previous experience for this project.

I am going to teach you two simple techniques. The second of these builds onto the first, so you will learn to develop your skills as you work. I am also going to be focusing on something that is key to all French beading. So, you will learn the importance of shaping your flowers.

About the Beginner French beading pattern

You will be getting a really detailed pattern, with lots of photos to show you the techniques. I have broken everything down into small steps. So, this will be easy for anyone to follow.

I have also included some advice and ideas about how to create a simple arrangement with your star flowers. So, you really are going to get a complete project. If you decide French beading isn’t for you, then you still have something lovely to show for your experiments.

If you want to find out a little more about French beading before you start, you may enjoy this blog>>

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