French Beaded Rosemary Pattern

  • This tutorial is exclusively available in my ebook. Get your copy here>>
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This French beaded Rosemary pattern is exclusively available in my ebook, ‘Beaded Wedding Flowers and Corsages‘. Unfortunately, I’m not able to publish a separate pattern, due to the publishing contract. But the number of flowers and the teaching you get in the book make it well worth the purchase.

Here’s what just one customer said about it:

Another excellent book written by Katie. I purchased this book and made a number of corsages and button holes for my daughter’s wedding party. The instructions were easy to follow and the end result was amazing. Thoroughly recommended.


About the French Beaded Rosemary

When I wrote this ebook, I wanted to focus on two angles. First, obviously, creating flower patterns that would make beautiful corsages. Secondly, I wanted to focus on teaching some of the more advanced or more obscure French beading techniques.

So, these Rosemary sprigs are a great addition to a simple corsage for any occasion. They add a little texture and interest to a design, but without adding too much weight.

The French beaded Rosemary is made from the ‘single Strands’ technique. And the ebook shows you this technique using video demonstrations.

For this French beading project, you will need size 11 seed beads and wire.

Even if you have no interest in making a corsage, this French beaded Rosemary is a great filler flower for use in any display. Or, why not use this to make a complete Rosemary bush in a little flower pot, if you’re feeling adventurous?

What other flowers and are in the book?

Alongside this French beaded Rosemary, you get tutorials for:

  • Three patterns for leaves and folliage
  • Grape Hyacinth
  • Cornflower
  • Anthurium
  • Berry Clusters
  • Morning Glory

All these projects are taught with videos to demonstrate the techniques you need. The book also teaches you how to make four fantastic styles of corsage, with ten inspirational designs in all. So, grab your copy here>>