French Beaded Asiatic Lily – PDF Pattern


PDF Pattern for French Beaded Asiatic Lilies by Lauren Harpster

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

The PDF is 6 pages long and contains over 30 images along with detailed written instructions for making your Asiatic Lily.

You should be familiar with the following French Beading Techniques:
· Basic Frame
· Loops
· Fringe
· Lacing
· Top Wire Extension*
· Bottom Wire Extension*

Techniques marked with a * are shown in full in the French Beaded Asiatic Lily PDF. All others are taught for free in the Learn French Beading section of my website.

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PDF written in English using both Imperial and Metric terms for measurement.

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  • 180 grams size 11/0 Petal/Sepal colored seed beads
  • 180 grams size 11/0 green seed beads
  • ~ 3 grams size 11/0 Stamen colored seed beads
  • 15 grams size 11/0 Filament colored seed beads
  • 5 grams size 11/0 Stigma colored seed beads


  • 24 gauge (~.51 mm) petal colored copper wire
  • 22 gauge (~.64 mm) leaf colored copper wire
  • 28 gauge (~.32 mm) Filament colored copper wire
  • 30-32 gauge (~.25-.2 mm) petal colored copper wire
  • 30-32 gauge (~.25-.2 mm) leaf colored copper core wire
  • ~ 8 ft 14 gauge (~1.63 mm) galvanized steel wire**


  • Floral tape
  • 2 skeins (30 yards/27 meters) embroidery floss (optional)
  • Pot
  • Plaster of Paris (or similar product for potting)
  • Pot filler (such as craft soil, moss, pebbles, etc)


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