Beaded Daisy Chain Stitch Tutorial




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There are several different variations of the daisy chain this is my favorite because it has the flowers with leaves in between them. This stitch can be used in necklaces, bracelets and rings.

Materials needed:
For a bracelet you will need 5ft. of 6lb. test Fireline
For a anklet you will need 6 1/2ft. of 6lb.test Fireline
For a ring you will need 2 1/2ft. of 6lb. test Fireline
you can use 11/0, 8/0 or 6/0 seed beads in three or more colors
lobster claw clasp
two jump rings or two split rings

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27 thoughts on “Beaded Daisy Chain Stitch Tutorial”

  1. Is there any way to do it so that instead of three green beads in the middle of each flower it's just one green bead?

  2. hello. what is the name of the thread you use to make the bracelets? what kind of needle you use?

  3. Gostei muito do seu trabalho. Voce explica muito bem. Demorei algum tempo para conseguir fazer a pulseira, mas acredito que sejam dificuldades proprias da minha idade. Muito obrigada pela sua paciencia e clareza no ensino!!Sou do Brasil , portanto não falo ingles, mas entendi perfeitamente seu vídeo.

  4. Thank you ….I copied your colors from # 6 bead intro, for my bracelets……perfect for Dia de Los Muertos costume …peace out.

  5. I do not seem to find any additional instructions regarding how long the ring-base should be before finishing starting the add the seed beads to the gaps.
    Does it have to be longer than the size what we need -will the seed beads make the ring smaller?

  6. Aleisha, where do I find your answers to our /my questions?
    I do not seem to get a reply from you.
    I HAVE ANOTHER DIFFICULTY WITH THE DAISY CHAIN:-MY CENTER BEAD ALWAYS END UP ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE. CAN YOU HELP ME, PLEASE?

  7. I love listening to your voice…very calm. Thank you, I have been trying to Learn how to do this for a long time, your method is simple and effective, and your instructions are very clear. Beautiful jewelry!

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