French Beaded Daffodil Pattern


This pattern uses three French Beading techniques to make a daffodil flower with leaves. French Beading is suitable for all levels. The project will require size 11 seed beads and some wire, plus floral stem tape and embroidery silk. You can buy all the materials from me in the beading supplies.

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French Beaded Daffodil Pattern

This French beaded daffodil pattern includes a full guide to the three techniques that you will be using to make the flower.

All the step-by-step instructions are illustrated with a mixture of photos and diagrams. However,if you are new to French beading, you may also like to use the video demonstrations of the techniques in my book, ‘Bead Flowers and Wedding Bouquets‘.

Materials and Techniques

You will need size 11 Matsuno seed beads in two shades of yellow/orange to make the daffodil flower. Plus green beads for the leaves.

The French beaded daffodil pattern instructions assume that you will be using a bead spinner to thread your beads. Alternatively, you can just as easily thread everything by hand to start with.

This is one of the patterns that I developed early on in my designing career. So, it is accessible to all levels. It will also give you a good overview of the different types of techniques you can use to make French beaded flowers.

In addition to the beads, you will need coloured craft wire to match or tone with your beads. I also used some floral stem tape, some stiffer lengths of wire and some embroidery silk. These finish the stems of your French Beaded flowers. I sell all of these supplies at very competitive prices. So, if there is anything that you need, just check out the beading supplies department.

This French Beaded daffodil pattern makes wonderful flowers to display on their own. You can also combine them with iris, snowdrops or other spring flowers. So, why not create a permanent display of Spring all year round?!

You may also be interested in the kit for making beaded daffodil brooches. Find it here. It includes all the materials you will need to make two brooches.

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