Welcome to my Online Shop. These are the tutorials for sale at the moment, and new patterns will be added later, so keep checking back. Click on the thumbnail picture to see a larger picture.  Some of my patterns are also available from Interweave – see the ‘Links to the Interweave store’ page.

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Simply Spikes, Galactic Gumdrops & Bohemian Bloom

Simply Spikes, Galactic Gumdrops and Bohemian Bloom - three projects in one download!


Please note - these three projects were published in Digital Beading Magazine and they were designed for online viewing rather than for print. If you have any difficulties viewing any of the diagrams please let me know.


A 20 page PDF containing three of my projects that have previously been published in Digital Beading Magazine. Simply Spikes is a beginner pattern for a bracelet and ring and uses 5x8mm Czech glass spike beads. Galactic Gumdrops is another beginner project for a pair of earrings and uses 7x10mm Czech glass gumdrop beads and seed beads. Bohemian Bloom is an intermediate project to make a brooch/pin and uses size 6 Czech seed beads (can also be made using other sizes of seed beads). There is also a bonus article about hybrid seed beads included by Perry Bookstein of www.yorkbeads.com


These patterns are not quite as detailed as the other patterns I sell from my website as they are magazine versions but they include step by step instructions, diagrams and photos of the finished pieces - if you purchase this download and have any problems following the diagrams, please contact me.


Look out for more of my designs in Digital Beading Magazine!

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Pilgrims Cross FRENCH VERSION! (Croix du pèlerin)

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS THE FRENCH VERSION OF THE PILGRIMS CROSS PATTERN - IF YOU REQUIRE THE ENGLISH VERSION PLEASE SEE SEPARATE PATTERN!

Ce schéma s'adresse aux débutants. Cette croix toute simple résulte d'une combinaison entre le brick stitch et le ladder stitch. Il vous sera nécessaire d'avoir une connaissance basique du brick stitch et du ladder stitch, cependant les dessins et photos vous aideront à y voir plus clair. Le pendentif, une fois terminé, mesure environ 4cm de hauteur et 2,5cm de largeur.

Veuillez noter que tous les bénéfices résultant de la vente de ce schéma sont reversés au Pilgrims Hospices, East Kent (UK). Le copyright relatif à ce schéma est détaillé en page 2. www.pilgrimshospices.org

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Pilgrims Cross ENGLISH VERSION!

This is a beginner beadwork project.  Use a combination of brick stitch and ladder stitch to create this simple cross pendant.  You should have a working knowledge of brick stitch and ladder stitch although the diagrams will help you.  The finished pendant measures approximately 4 cm from base to tip and 2¾ cm from side to side.

PLEASE NOTE: ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS PATTERN ARE DONATED TO PILGRIMS HOSPICES IN EAST KENT (UK).

This tutorial is 16 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

All instructions are written in English but there are lots of photos and diagrams included.

Please note, this is a tutorial only and not a kit.

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Thorn Flowers tutorial

This is a beginner to intermediate beadwork project.  Use a combination of peyote stitch and brick stitch to create these pretty little flowers with the 'don't come too close' spike in the centre.  You should have a working knowledge of peyote stitch, brick stitch and ladder stitch, although there are lots of diagrams and photos to help you.  The finished flowers measure approximately 3 cm from side to side and 2 cm from base to tip.

Click on the photo to see a larger image or visit the 'Gallery of my work' page to see examples of other items you can make from this pattern.

The tutorial is 20 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

All instructions are written in English but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

Please note, this is a tutorial only and not a kit.

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Popper Flowers tutorial

This is an intermediate to advanced beadwork project.  Use a combination of stitches to create a base of leaves with interchangeable flowers.  This tutorial explains how to create a pendant but the finished set (and the individual components) can be used in a variety of ways and some ideas are given in the 'Helpful hints and variations' section.  You should have a working knowledge of ladder stitch, brick stitch, peyote stitch and herringbone stitch, although there are lots of diagrams and photos to help you.  The finished pendant measures approximately 5 ½ cm from side to side and each flower measures approximately 3 ½ cm from side to side.

This tutorial is 34 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

Different views of this project can be seen on the 'Gallery of my work' page.

Please note, this is a tutorial only and not a kit.

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Spine Flower tutorial

This is a beginner to intermediate beadwork project.  Use herringbone stitch to create this little flower which is intended to be worn as a pendant or brooch but can be used in a variety of other ways.  It would be helpful if you have a working knowledge of herringbone stitch, but the detailed diagrams will help you if you follow them carefully.  Each flower measures approximately 4 cm from side to side.

The tutorial is 16 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

Different views of this project can be seen on the 'Gallery of my work' page.

Please note, this is a tutorial and not a kit.

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Poppy tutorial

This is an intermediate beadwork project.  This comprehensive 14 page tutorial includes instructions to create the poppy flower shown in the picture.  Instructions for optional leaves are also included.  You should have a working knowledge of brick stitch and ladder stitch.  The finished flower (excluding the leaves) measures approximately 4 cm from side to side.

Please note, this is a tutorial only and not a kit.  Kits for this project are available from RB Beads

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

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Daisy Chain tutorial

Please note - this daisy pattern has previously been published in the UK magazine Bead.

This is a beginner to intermediate beadwork project.  Use a combination of brick stitch and ladder stitch to create these lifelike little daisies that can then be used in a variety of ways.  The tutorial includes instructions for making a pair of earrings, two styles of pendant, a bracelet and a necklace but there are lots of other ways you can use your finished daisy and it can easily be incorporated into other finished beadwork.  It would be helpful if you have a working knowledge of brick stitch and ladder stitch, but the detailed diagrams will help you.  Each daisy measures approximately 2 ½ cm from side to side.

The tutorial is 16 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

Different views of this project can be seen on the 'Gallery of my work' page.

Please note, that this is a tutorial and not a kit.

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Twinkling Tilas tutorial

This is a beginner to intermediate beadwork project.  Use a combination of peyote stitch and ladder stitch to create simple star-shaped components and stitch them together to make an eye catching bracelet.  The main instructions are to make a single row bracelet (see pictures on the gallery page) but instructions for the wider cuff style bracelet shown above are also included.  It would be helpful if you have a working knowledge of peyote stitch and ladder stitch, but the diagrams and photos will help you.  Each star-shaped component measures approximately 2 ½ cm from side to side.  The finished bracelet can be made to measure and will fit any wrist.

The tutorial is 15 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

Please note, this is a tutorial only and not a kit.  I bought my Tila beads from The Bead Shop (Nottingham) Ltd.

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

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Core Beaded Bead tutorial

This is an intermediate beadwork project to create a beaded bead with a central beaded core.  You should have a working knowledge of peyote, herringbone and ladder stitch.  These instructions are to make a beaded bead (in the pattern shown) only and do not include instructions for the bracelet and/or necklace.  The tutorial is 12 pages long.

Please be aware that this tutorial uses Toho seed beads and Miyuki Delica cylinder beads.  If you are unable to obtain these brands, or wish to use other beads, your finished bead may not be quite as streamlined as the beads shown, due to slight variation in size.  Certain colour finishes also cause some beads to be slightly larger than others, which may again affect your finished bead - I would recommend using a galvanised or metallic finish for your core and not silver-lined beads.  In either case, you may need to make minor adjustments to achieve the same effect - although you could come up with some interesting results of your own!

Please note, this is a tutorial only and not a kit.

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

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English Rose Necklace tutorial

Please note - this is the English version of my project that was published in the German magazine Perlen Poesie.

This is an intermediate to advanced beadwork project.  Use a combination of brick stitch, peyote stitch and ladder stitch to create this elegant and unusual necklace.  You should have a working knowledge of flat and circular brick stitch, tubular peyote stitch and ladder stitch - although there are lots of diagrams and photos to help you.  The finished 'rose' measures approximately 5 cm from side to side and the necklace shown measures approximately 47 cm from clasp to tip but it can be made in any length to suit individual preference.

This comprehensive tutorial is 26 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

Different views of this necklace can be seen on the 'Gallery of my work' page.

Please note, this is a tutorial and not a kit.

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Rivoli Daisy Bracelet tutorial

This is an intermediate to advanced beadwork project.  Use a combination of stitches to create these beautiful daisies and then stitch them into a bracelet.  You can also use the individual daisies in a variety of ways and some ideas are given in the 'Helpful hints and variations' section.  You should have a working knowledge of peyote stitch, ladder stitch and herringbone stitch, although there are lots of diagrams and photos to help you.  A single daisy measures approximately 3½ cm from side to side and the finished bracelet measures approximately 16 ½ cm, although it is adjustable due to the ribbon closure.

The tutorial is 21 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

Please note, this is a tutorial only and not a kit.

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Double Daisy tutorial

This is an intermediate to advanced beadwork project.  Use a combination of stitches to create this stunning two-layered flower which can then be used in a variety of ways - please note that although some ideas for use are given in the 'Helpful hints and variations' section (including the option of turning it into a pendant) this tutorial covers how to make the finished daisy but does not include specific instructions on making a hanging loop/bail.  You should have a working knowledge of peyote, ladder and brick stitch, although there are lots of diagrams and photos to help you.  A single daisy measures approximately 4 ½ cm from side to side.

The tutorial is 18 pages long and includes a combination of text, diagrams and photos.

All instructions are written in English, but there are lots of diagrams and photos included.

Please note, this is a tutorial only and not a kit.

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