French Beaded Marigold Pattern


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This French beaded Marigold is bright and cheery enough to lighten any windowsill.


You will need the following materials for your French beaded Marigold…

  • Size 11 seed beads in flower colour
  • Size 11 seed beads in green
  • Reel of 24ga (0.5mm) wire in gold
  • Reel of 24ga (0.5mm) wire in green
  • Floral stem tape
  • Embroidery silk

You can find all these materials in my beading supplies department. I also have a limited edition kit for this flower, which you can find here>>

In addition to the materials, you will need a pair of wire cutters. You may also find a bead spinner is helpful.

I planted five Marigold flowers in a single pot with a diameter of about 10cm (4″). If you need help with planting, then take a look at this blog>>

Experience and Techniques

The French beaded Marigold is suitable for all levels. It uses continuous single loops and continuous double loops. So, these are simple techniques.

About the French Beaded Marigold

I have written the instructions with lots of step-by-step photos. So, you can see exactly how I made my flowers. I have also included the colouring I used for all my plants – including the variegated flower.

The instructions do assume that you are already familiar with the techniques. But if this is not the case, don’t worry. I have free tutorials that you can download from this website.

You might also want to grab a copy of my ebook, ‘Bead Flowers and Wedding Bouquets’. This includes video demonstrations of all the techniques. So, it is a fabulous learning tool – like having me in your craft room teaching you in person! To see what I mean, take a look at one of the videos in the ebook here>>

So, this is a really fun flower to make. It looks very impressive and it will give a great splash of colour in a little pot!

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