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Basic Daisy Chain


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Before you begin any wire beading projects, read up on how to make a basic daisy chain. This tutorial from Pennie Espiritu, and other basic wire beading techniques, are essential when using easy beading patterns.

Daisy Chain


  • 11/0 seed beads in two colors
  • Beading Thread
  • Beading needle


  1. Thread needle with 2 yds. of beading thread or any amount that one is comfortable working. Pick up 8 color A seed beads. Tie beads into a circle with a half hitch tie. Pick up a color B seed bead. Go up through the fourth bead of the circle of 8 color A beads.

    Daisy Chain
  2. Pick up 3 color A beads and one color B bead. Go back through the bead next to the bead where the thread is coming out of the circle of beads. Pull thread tight, Pick up three color A seed beads. Go back through the seed bead next to the color B bead. This will make the daisy.

    Daisy Chain
  3. Repeat this step until one reaches the length that is needed for the necklace, choker or bracelet.

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