Frangipani Flowers Miyuki Pattern


Frangipani Flowers Miyuki Pattern

Frangipani Flowers Miyuki Pattern
Frangipani Flowers Miyuki Pattern

With its use of seeds in bright colors and an intricate design, this Frangipani Flowers Miyuki Pattern is one that will brighten any item in your closet! The brick stitched jewelry project can be used as a pendant, a brooch, a hair name it! You'll love finding ways to incorporate the intermediate jewelry project in any of your favorite items. This delightful design draws on the frangipani flower for inspiration and captures the beautiful array of colors on each petal. This intricate design is simply too pretty to use just for spring and summer!

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeSeed

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Bead Technique UsedStitched

Bead Project TypeOther


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These are so pretty. I live in Florida and I have a frangipani tree next to my bedroom window. You would not believe the marvelous aroma I get from it.its as delicate as the flowers. Mine are pink with a pale yellow center just like these. I want to make them and frame them for my bedroom wall.

These tropical flowers are great. It would be very easy to take the chart and transfer it to a crochet pattern to make coasters, potholders, dish cloths, place mats or any other item you would like this flower on. I am not sure if you could use the beaded project as a coaster.


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