Free Bead Patterns Perfect for Beginners
Here are some free bead patterns of animals for Peyote stitch beading, brick stitch beadwork, square stitch or for weaving beads on a loom. Included are patterns for a mountain lion, elephant, penguins, an owl, and a buffalo. Easy to see, simple to work, these bead patterns are perfect for those beaders new to seed bead work, making them an excellent resource if you teach beading.
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Cute animal patterns beaded in Peyote stitch, great for a starter bead project in even count and a good way to get used to beading with a graphed pattern.
Perfect introduction to beading with Brick Stitch - a sturdy and easy to learn beading technique that gives you great beaded results in almost no time at all!
Easy to bead embellished loom woven beaded bracelet. Great first bead loom project.
Use seed beads and 10mm glass beads and a basic netting technique to bead a bracelet that won't roll around on your wrist.
Use a very simple cross weave beading technique to make these interesting and different beaded earrings.
Several different beading techniques are used to make these quick and lovely beaded earrings.
Easy to make beaded necklace with beautiful drape, you'll want to bead this one in many different colors and different bead types.
A sweet beaded Amulet bag that makes a great first project in two-drop Peyote Stitch. The beading goes fast so you'll see results sooner than with traditional Peyote stitch beading. Designed by Dona Anderson.
Learn to bead using the Apache Leaf beading stitch while making this lovely, leafy beaded necklace.
Even count Peyote stitch beading is used to make these fun beaded pouches for Halloween.
Use Delica beads to make this slinky Herringbone Weave beaded necklace.
Making this bead and wire pendant is a great way to introduce yourself to working with wire and the wire bending tool known as a jig.
Nice way to learn beaded embroidery and beaded edging. This beading techniques makes a great beaded scarf embellishment.
Elegant Lotus flower-inspired beaded necklace uses a very basic bead netting technique and can be finished in just a couple of hours.
This big and bold beaded multi-strand necklace is the perfect way to use up leftover bits of beads from other beading projects.
This beaded necklace used tiny 13/0 size seed beads, a couple of elegant Swarovski crystals and is a cinch to bead. Basic bead stringing is used and a beaded loop is used as a finding.
Use the colors shown in this beading project to make a cute beaded bracelet. Use all green for a fun St. Patrick's Day beaded bracelet or use red and orange seed beads to make a very sunny beaded bracelet.
Make these "bitty beads" by beading a few short rows of Peyote stitch, then beading the ends together to make a tiny beaded bead.
Basic bead stringing is used with beads in the colors of winter - pearls, labradorite rondelle beads, small sterling silver beads - blended together bead up this lovely necklace.
Basic bead netting is done with bugle beads and small silver beads at the "joins" to make this simple bead netted candlestick cover.
Such a lovely beaded collar! You can dress it up with additional beads at the "joins" or keep the beading simple. Uses a basic bead netting technique and beads up faster than you'd think.
Use beads in summery shades of orange, white and green and bead them together using an easy beaded Daisy chain technique to make this fun beaded anklet, perfect for warm weather.
Use Brick Stitch beading and Daisy Chain beadwork to make the headbands. Then switch to wire and beading techniques to make the simple rings. Beaded rings are hot, so bead up a bunch!
Use even count Peyote stitch to bead this fun and patriotic beaded bracelet, designed by Leslie Pinkston. Bead another one in shades of pink for Breast Cancer Awareness, too.
Bead some personalized wine glass charms for your next gathering or teach others how to bead their own wine glass charms.
Make this showy beaded bracelet by using a basic beaded cross weave technique along with seed beads, Swarovski crystal beads and a gorgeous Furnace Glass bead as the centerpiece.
Bead these simple straps to use as beaded necklaces, beaded bracelets, beaded ID or badge holders, beaded eyeglasses chains or add them to your beautiful beaded Amulet bags.
Make this simple and sophisticated beaded necklace using some glowing lampwork beads or other beads you want to show off. Make a beaded chain of wrapped loops and let the beads speak for themselves with this easy to learn bead and wire technique.
Use slim leather thongs, seed beads and Nymo beading thread to needleweave this delicate beaded bracelet. Wear these bracelets alone or in multiples for a block of beaded color.
Use beads in three sizes and three different shades of the same color and add a bead of turquoise to the ends of this fun bracelet. A good way to learn the Dutch Spiral beading stitch.
Otherwise known as the "Internet Spiral" this is a versatile and easy beading stitch. You'll use it often to make beaded bracelets, beaded necklaces bases and more.
This beaded bracelet uses two types of beads. Stacked seed beads sit next to single bugle beads, making this look like a piece of complex beading.
Use leftover seed beads to make this square stitch beaded necklace. Add a large bead to the center or wear it without an additional bead.