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Halloween Patterns


Halloween Beadwork Patterns

A few Halloween patterns for you all! I love Halloween. Trick or Treating, Dressing up. I think I like it more then my children! Probably not more then my dad. He still trick or treats!

Peyote or brick.




























A little more challenging, a pair of sculpted brick earrings.


Elsewhere on the net..

If you'r in the mood for a challenge, consider Elizabeth Ann Scarborough's Vampire patterns. Fold out wings! At Bead-Patterns.com

Pamela Welborn has some wonderful patterns for sale on her site very inexpensively.

A freebie here!CJ's Beadwork. Be sure to check out the rest of her page too!

And a quick safety kids idea, I got glow in the dark plastic lacing,and neon and glow in the dark plastic beads last year, and let my kids make tassels to hang as zipper pulls and on thier trick or treat bags with bells on the ends. Made it easy to hear and see them!
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