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Raining Shamrocks

Feb 11, 2011
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A little bit of the Irish here with this beaded bead bracelet. These beads are of the shamrock. I call it Raining Shamrocks. To welcome St. Paddys day. I have made this bracelet by beading 3 beaded beads, using other beads I had on hand, but I did locate a resource if you want to put it together as I did with lots of sparkle and pizzaz. All my patterns can be found at Bead Patterns Boutique

On the pattern pages, I have provided you with:
  • Bead Colors
  • Bead Number
  • Bead Counts
  • Word Chart
  • Picture of finished and tested piece
  • Directions on how to assemble the bracelet
  • Bead Resource for material needed
Approximate Finished size:
0.85 (16)columns wide by 0.93 (13)rows long
Supplies Used:
Miyuki size 11 Delicas, fireline 6 pound test clear,Rondells,crimpscats eyes, bead caps, beading wire, toggle clasp
Even count peyote
Pages to Print:
Skill Level:
Beginner Must have a good knowledge of peyote stitch, Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

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TFDelta wrote
on Feb 27, 2011 6:37 PM

Perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

tee56 wrote
on Jan 14, 2012 12:47 AM