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Inspirational Beading Tutorial: Daisy Chevron Chain

Beading May 29, 2017

Inspirational Beading Tutorial Daisy Chevron Chain

What looks more summery than a daisy chain? With this Daisy Chevron Beading Tutorial, you can create daisy chains for every summer occasion, whether you’re using them as napkin rings for a dinner party, or a piece of jewelry to wear by the pool (necklace, bracelet, even a ring or anklet), or a host of other options like candle decorations, bookmarks, keychains, etc.

While the chevron pattern is pretty easy to follow and a good beginner project, you might want to practice making the actual daisies for a little while before you jump into the combination of patterns. There are plenty of photos in the tutorial to help you figure out how the daisies are made and once you catch on, adding the chevron is a piece of cake.

To make your daisy chains, you’ll need a similar gauge string (cord, hemp, ribbon, plastic, leather, etc.) and bead (plastic, glass, paper, wood, etc.), plus scissors and some tape to hold the chain while you’re working. You’ll want to clear an area of a table or the floor to put all these things together.

One of the most fun parts of making these daisy chains is, of course, making it unique. You can try different patterns, colors, ombres, bead and string sizes, and textures to make these daisy chains special to you (they also make cute gifts or party favors!).

Want to try making your own daisy chains? Follow along with the free photo tutorial provided by Inspirational Beading. Happy beading!

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