Daisy chain is a seed beading favorite, perfect for springtime jewelry. Choose any colors and create a set of stacker bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and anklets! These can become anything you imagine.
There are lots of variations when it comes to making daisy chain stitches, and many adaptations are possible. In class we will show square daisy chain. It creates a tennis bracelet of flowers side by side. The stitch is very stable compared to most daisy chain and doesn’t have that tendency for gaps you often see in other versions.
For more inspiration, check out our previous class, Pearl Daisy Chain, linked here: Pearl Daisy Chain Class with John Bead for Michaels
The Recorded Class
About our Instructor Danielle Wickes
Danielle Wickes is the Creative Director for John Bead. She specializes in working with seed beads, bead-weaving, and looming, creating hand-knotted mala and yoga jewelry, crochet, and jewelry made with leather and wire.
Danielle on Instagram linked here.
Danielle on Facebook linked here.
All of our classes for Michaels with links to patterns and recorded class on this blog are here.
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