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Shamrock Beaded Safety Pin Design

Free Beaded Safety Pin Pattern

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Shamrock Beaded Safety Pin Design

Shamrock Beaded Safety Pin Design

Use this free pattern to make beaded safety pin jewelry that looks like a shamrock.

  • Age Guideline: 6 Years and Up
  • Time Required: 30 minutes

The above age and time guidelines are estimates. This project can be modified to suit other ages and may take more or less time depending on your circumstances.

 

Materials Needed:

  • 13 - 1 1/16 inches Safety Pins
  • 1 - 2 inch Safety Pin
  • Seed Beads (refer to picture for colors needed)

Instructions:
Follow this pattern and the basic directions on the safety pin jewelry page to complete this project.

Each number column represents a pin.

  • Your first pin will have 10 orange beads on it.
  • Your second pin will have 5 orange beads, 3 green beads, and 2 orange beads on it.
  • Pin numbers 3 and 4 will each have 3 orange beads, 5 green beads, and 2 orange beads.
  • Pin number 5 will have one orange bead, 2 green beads, one orange bead, 3 green beads, and 3 orange beads.
  • Pin number 6 will have 4 green beads, one orange bead, 2 green beads, and 3 orange beads.
  • Pin number 7 will have 10 green beads on it.
  • Pin number 8 will have 4 green beads, one orange bead, 2 green beads, and 3 orange beads.
  • Pin number 9 will have one orange bead, 2 green beads, one orange bead, 3 green beads, and 3 orange beads.
  • Pin numbers 10 and 11 will each have 3 orange beads, 5 green beads, and 2 orange beads.
  • Pin numbers 12 will have 5 orange beads, 3 green beads, and 2 orange beads on it.
  • Pin numbers 13 will have 10 orange beads on it.

When you thread these beaded pins onto your larger pin, start with pin number 1.

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