Fire Bracelet Pattern – Downloadable

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5 stars, based on 11 reviews

Fully illustrated pattern from Margie Deeb & the Bead Smith showing you how to bead a gorgeous design using Miyuki Delica Beads – this design can be made on a loom or using square stitch.

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09-Apr-2018
Easy to follow with clear instructions No Comment
13-Jun-2017
Excellent No Comment
10-Jan-2017
Great No Comment
13-Dec-2016
Super service Spoilt Rotten give there costumer to be inspired by give them free pattern for the beads we buy. No Comment
22-Oct-2016
Excellent No Comment
07-Oct-2016
Clear download No Comment
07-Jul-2016
Excellent No Comment
27-Jun-2016
As Above No Comment
05-May-2016
Good No Comment
02-May-2016
Excellent No Comment
30-Apr-2016
Teased me to shop further No Comment

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