French Beaded Lily of the Valley – PDF Pattern


French Beaded Lily of the Valley pattern by designer Lauren Harpster.

Difficulty Rating: Beginner

Learn how to make French Beaded Lily of the Valley with seed beads and wire

The PDF is 6 pages long and contains 24 high quality pictures along with detailed written instructions to guide you in making your own beaded Lily of the Valley.

You will need to know these French Beading Techniques to work the pattern:
Basic Frame
Continuous Loops with spacer beads
– Lacing and Lace as you go

If you are unfamiliar with these techniques, you can learn all of them for free in my Learn French Beading section.

The tutorial is written in English using both Imperial and Metric terms for measurement.

© 2016 Lauren Harpster. This design and pattern is copyright protected and is offered for personal, non-commercial use only. You are purchasing a copy of the pattern for yourself only. The pattern, PDF, or any photos may not be shared, resold, or redistributed in any form, even without monetary gain. It may not be used for teaching classes. Items made from this pattern may be sold as long as credit is given to Lauren Harpster for the design. Otherwise, selling flowers made from this pattern is prohibited. 

All sales of PDFs are final and cannot be refunded.

Materials per Flower Stem:
– 5-8 grams size 15/0 flower colored seed beads
– 40 – 60 grams size 11/0 green seed beads
– 36-54 pieces size 11/0 yellow seed beads
– 28 gauge flower colored copper core wire
– 30-32 gauge flower colored copper core wire
– 24 gauge green colored copper core wire
– 30 gauge green colored copper core wire
– 28 gauge gold colored copper core wire
– 2x 18-16 gauge florist stem wires
– Green floral tape
– Green regular or silk embroidery floss (optional, for stem flossing)
– Wire cutters
– Pliers
– Bead Spinner (optional, but recommended)
– Measuring tape
– Scissors


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