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“SuperDuo Turkey Set” Downloadable Beading Pattern #27399

Regardless of what’s on the menu this holiday season, folks are going to gobble up these delightful little turkeys, that are sure to put a smile on everyone’s faces! Designed to resemble the classic colorful turkeys that children make out of brightly colored construction paper in elementary school, these strutting little tom (or male) turkeys are complete with a colorful flume of tail feathers, lowered wings, a bright red snood and wattle (the bits of red above and below the beak), lanky legs and, best of all, a smart black Pilgrim’s hat! These charming turkeys measure 1” across and 1¼” tall and are made up entirely of SuperDuos and seed beads – we’ll show you which beads we used, but feel free to get creative and dress your bird in your favorite colors of the season!

With this detailed beading pattern, which includes a materials page, color information, over 180 high-resolution full-color photos and easy to follow step-by-step directions, we’ll teach you how to cook up these gobblers to golden perfection ensuring you’ll get accolades from all. Celebrate the holidays with love, joy and laughter. And, this year, serve up a bit of whimsy with these fun and festive fowl – you’ll be thankful you did! Happy holiday beading!

Tutorial by: Cara & Lane Landry

Recommended Materials:

Earrings:
– 4lb or 6lb FireLine beading thread
– #12 long beading needle
– 2 x 5mm 2-hole SuperDuo x (5) colors
– 15/0 round seed beads x (3) colors
– 4mm closed jump rings
– Earwires
– Flush cutter
– Chain nose or flat nose pliers
– Bead reamer – optional

Necklace:
– 4lb or 6lb FireLine beading thread
– #12 long beading needle
– 2 x 5mm 2-hole SuperDuo x (5) colors
– 15/0 round seed beads x (3) colors
– 4mm closed jump ring
– End clasps – we used a lobster claw and closed jump ring
– 2 x 2mm crimp tubes
– 3mm crimp covers – optional
– Flexible beading wire
– Flush cutter
– Crimper tool
– Bead reamer – optional

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