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Category Pretty Little Things 29 - Christmas in July, Scheepjes Publications, Accessories, Bizzymitts
Type Bookmark
Technique other
Sizes 3 x 14cm
Languages dutch english-uk
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Pretty Little Things 29 - Santa Beaded Bookmark

By Liz Barraclough

Pretty Little Things 29 - Santa Beaded Bookmark

The Scheepjes Bead Weaving Loom Kit includes all the basics to get started with the craft and is ideal for weaving small items like bracelets and keyrings. The loom, warp thread and needle are all used to create Liz Barraclough’s Santa Beaded Bookmark. We think it would make a great stocking filler for anyone who loves a good read! Featuring Santa, Rudolph and a tree motif, it’s made by weaving rows of shimmering and opaque Toho Round Glass Beads. These quality beads are consistently sized with a larger than standard hole that makes it easier for beginners to pass the needle through. The finished beadwork is mounted onto a felt backing to make it suitable for a bookmark. By the time you complete this fun project, you’ll be more than ready to start creating your own beadwork designs!


  • Toho Round Glass Beads (Size 8; 4g per tube)
    Blue x 2 tubes (item no. TH8-43DF)
    Red x 1 tube (item no. TH8-45F)
    White x 1 tube (item no. TH8-767)
    Black x 1 tube (item no. TH8-49F)
    Gold x 1 tube (item no.PF557F)
    Pink x 1 tube (item no. TH8-741)
    Green x 1 tube (item no. 47F)
    Brown x 1 tube (item no. TH8-741)
  • Bead weaving loom kit (item no. 60830)
  • 1 sheet blue felt (item no. 10100-032)
  • 1 spool blue Gütermann rPET Sew-All sewing thread (item no. G723860-386)
  • 1 x size 10 DMC beading needle (item no. 1764-1)

Free pattern booklet

This pattern appears in Pretty Little Things 29 – Christmas in july, published by Scheepjes. The Pretty Little Things booklet is available in print in both UK English and Dutch language via Scheepjes retailers. Or download the FREE ebook below or via Ravelry.

Pretty Little Things 29 - Santa Beaded Bookmark

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