Free Bead Patterns for Beaded Amulet Bags
Buffalo, Owl, Elephant, Mountain Lion and Penguins are covered here. Make these up as the front of a bag, using a single color for the back, or repeat the design for a two sided Amulet.
Adorable Amulet bad in bright colors - perfect good luck Amulet for you or a Bingo playing friend!
This serene Buddha amulet bag bead pattern was designed by Mary Tafoya, AKA Aunt Molly.
Pick up a wonderful cell phone pouch pattern designed by Rita Sova.
An adorable "Christmoose" pattern, from Jeanette Shanigan!
This charming Daffodil Fairy amulet bag bead pattern was designed by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough.
This sunny, seaside Dolphin Amulet bag with a mountain in the background always reminds me of Hawaii.
Make this Edwina delight Bead Knitted Bag with these excellent instructions from Coy Roberts.
Make this incredibly beautiful Elephant pattern, courtesy of Ann Paxton.
One of my favorites, this is a wonderful Amulet bag patterns of a flowing flag, flying freely in the breeze. You can almost hear the sound of the fabric snapping in the wind.
Perfect size for a small Amulet Bag - make one for yourself or to give as a gift. Fly your colors!
So sweet - perfect for Valentine's Day, or any other time you want to make a "heart centered" Amulet bag.
This Amulet bag pattern always reminds me of a cool walk through the woods and of the beautiful things found growing beneath the trees.
Make this sweet little Forget Me Not amulet bag in Peyote Stitch with Delica beads. Try Japanese or Czech size 11/0 seed beads of a slightly different look.
Another Geisha, this one with a very Imperial purple background, also designed by Sigrid Wynne Evans.
Gorgeous Geisha with a red background bead pattern designed by Sigid Wynne Evans.
Three "girly" Amulet designs - a ballerina, a figure skater and a little fairy!
Elegant beaded Amulet Bag pattern in gold and white, designed by Christime Manes.
Just yummy looking - this Amulet bag features an apple on one side and a bunch of juicy looking grapes on the other. Designed by Bobbi Assemi.
A bunch of Halloween patterns inspired by ideas sent by readers. Thanks to all for the creative contributions!
More Halloween stuff: a bat, a skull, a witch and a black cat!
Soft and sweet, this is the one you've been saving those 24K gold Delicas for. Designed by Carole Sweet of the Bead Gang.
Treat youself to a little trip to the tropics with this beautiful pink Hibiscus bead pattern.
For loom or square stitch, this lighthouse uses color and shading set the mood of a foggy, grey ocean setting in a small piece of beadwork.
Make this beaded Mardi Gras Mask in the traditional Mardi Gras colors, and wear it as am Amulet Bag along with your other Mardi Gras beads.
Make this elegant mesh bag by combining a number of beading stitches.
Make this cute Moose Nugget Factory beaded amulet bag with this pattern by Jeanette Shanigan.
Subtle shades of green make this rendition of Mother Nature particularly sensational. Designed by the very talented Cheryl Assemi.
Instructions for embellishing and finishing this lovely, watery Amulet bag.
Part One of the Orca Amulet Bag, a sweet salute to a divine ocean dweller.
This enchanting design is just what you need to add a bit of flourish to your Medieval regalia or castle! Designed by Cathy Thomsen of the Bead Gang.
A variety of animal patterns, as requested by readers.
More Peyote Stitch free bead patterns, as requested by Beadwork readers.
A beautiful Amulet featuring the Sacred Heart motif and using Milagros in the fringe.
Something a little different, this one honors the Druids with they symbols they revered including the serpent and the acorn.
Adorable Amulet featuring two entwined Seahorses! Sweet, romantic and sentimental, this would make a nice wedding gift.
Finishing and adorning this lovely little Amulet of two entwined Seahorses.
The loom version of the stunning bead pattern "She Stands Tall" by Margie Deeb.
Here is the Peyote Stitch version of the "She Stands Tall" pattern designed by Margie Deeb.
Use these simple beaded straps to adorn an amulet bag, as a glasses chain or as a necklace by themselves.
Perfect for all you dancing beaders, or anyone who wants to bead a swanky amulet bag in red, black, white and gold.
This lovely Two of Pentacles AKA Two Of Coins tarot cars bead pattern was designed by Pat Savu.
Sweet and lovely violet amulet bag pattern in Peyote stitch, designed by Catherine Vondehuevel.
Brenda Whitehead designed this sweet Amulet bag depicting her family parrot, Watson.
Fun zigzag pattern in Peyote stitch, designed by Connie Bell of the Bead Gang.