Seafoam Pattern by Lynn

Back in your childhood... remember dancing in & out of the foam at the edge of the sea... It is capatured here, in Pearls & Rondelles to wear on your wrist to keep those precious memories alive.


Seafoam Pattern

Before you begin ...
For 7 inch Bracelet

6mm Turq. Glass Pearls (approx. 47)
4mm Opaque Turq. Rondelles (approx. 31)
11/o Turq. Silver Lined Seed Beads
#6 or #8 Fireline
2 Size 12 Beading Needles
Time required: About 1 hours
Techniques: Two Needle Right Angle Weave
Difficulty: Easy

Step 1

Step 1:The clasp is added at the end on separate thread to make alterations easier and for added strength against breakage.

Mark one end of your thread with a black marker to make following the pattern easier.

Center a 4mm Rondelle on your thread.

Step 2

Step 2:To EACH thread add an 11/o seed bead, a 6mm pearl and one more 11/o seed bead (beads 2 thru 4)

Cross your threads thru a new 6mm pearl (bead 5)

Step 3

Step 3:Pass your black thread thru the last seed bead added in Step 2 on your right (bead 4, originally on red thread).

Pass your red thread thru the last seed bead added in Step 2 on your left (bead 4, originally on black thread).

Step 4

Step 4:To EACH thread add an 11/o seed bead, a 4mm Rondelle and two more 11/o seed beads (bead 6 thru 9).

Cross your threads back thru the 6mm Pearl from Step 2 (bead 5).

Step 5

Step 5:Pass your red thread thru the last seed bead added in Step 4 on your right (bead 9, originally on black thread).

Pass your black thread thru the last seed bead added in Step 4 on your left (bead 9, originally on red thread).

  Beader Comments:
 Tammy Starr on September 10, 2016:
Love the starfish
 Maria on February 24, 2014:
I love all of those beautiful beading.. You ladies do a gorgeous beading work
 Lynn on March 8, 2013:
@ ematouk69.. hello & welcome
 EMATOUK69@GMAIL.COM on March 7, 2013:
 Lynn on November 13, 2012:
Ladies... appreciation gratefully received and happy you like the pattern.
 Lire on November 13, 2012:
Thanks for sharing this beautiful pattern
 Lorraine on September 6, 2012:
love this pattern...

Diamond Carat Weight

 Hannetjie on June 17, 2012:
Would love to download pattern
 Hannetjie on June 17, 2012:
Would love this pattern
 Lynn on June 4, 2012:
Nancy... It would work for a choker style but not for anything that drapes... it would 'droop forward' tipping the design down towards the floor... You could play with it, adding extra beads to the outside edge to form a curve to balance the drape... Let me know how it works out if you try it.
 Nancy B on May 31, 2012:
If I try this pattern for a necklace, will it lay flat and curve nicely? I was wondering if it would be too bulky. Thanks!
 Robin G on May 20, 2012:
Lynn my email is .. Thanks... Robin, I got yr e-mail, so have deleted it here... will pass to Allegra... Lynn
 Lynn on May 19, 2012:
Robin G... You picked the wrong time to have problems... my comp. is down (using my neighbors) and all my patterns are on it... will shoot an e-mail to Allegra to see if she can send you a copy... Leave a note with your e-mail...Here...
 robin G on May 18, 2012:
ok Lynn I need help i downloaded but still cant seem to print.. Can you help me
 Robin G on May 18, 2012:
Thanks Lynn at work now but cant wait till I get home.. I have my beads just need to download I will let you know how it comes out
 Lynn on May 16, 2012:
Robin... Have you checked the info. on the bottom of the home page for help with printing...?
 RObin G on May 13, 2012:
I am unable to print a printable version of the seafoam.. do you know how I can do this?
 jada on March 30, 2012:
 Lynn on February 22, 2012:
Isa... Look at the bottom of page 2 & you will find the copyright statement... Use of the pattern is not intended for 'general sales'... I accept that you may sell a few to friends... I also allow larger quantity sales if it is for charity... When patterns are supplied totally 'free', we request that you honor the copyright.
 Isa on February 21, 2012:
Bracelet looks beautiful. Have a question: are these patterns copyrighted? Can they be used with the intention to sell the final products at local craft fairs? Ususally there's a note about this from pattern creators.
Thank you, Isa

 olivia maria on February 12, 2012: