Flying Geese Beaded Cuff Pattern Download

Flying Geese Beaded Cuff Pattern Download

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From migrating birds to classic quilts, the motif we borrowed for our Flying Geese Beaded Cuffs is bold and beautiful, ancient and modern, simple and gorgeous! You can get everything you need to make your own with our Flying Geese Beaded Cuff Kit and our simple Bead Loom, but if you already have your own supplies, our Flying Geese Beaded Cuff Pattern describes how to make your cuff just like ours, with a color chart for placing the beads, as well as instructions for creating buttonholes and attaching buttons! (Please note that this Pattern does not explain how to use a bead loom. Those instructions generally accompany the bead loom itself... That is definitely the case with Purl Soho's Bead Loom!) Our Flying Geese Beaded Cuff Pattern is a PDF download, and for a list of all the materials you'll need to make your Cuff, please click Product Details, above.

Product Details


To make one Flying Geese Beaded Cuff you'll need...

  • Purl Soho’s Miyuka Delica Beads in three colors: one Main Color and two Contrast Colors
  • Two packages of Fujix’s Silk Hand Sewing Thread. We used the color Tapioca
  • Two of Purl Soho’s Little Brass Buttons
  • Four beading needles, two long and two short
  • An embroidery needle
  • Straight pins
  • Two needle threaders
  • A bead loom



Length, unbuttoned: 65/8 (71/8, 75/8) inches
Circumference, buttoned: 6 (61/2, 7) inches