If you’ve been waiting for a French beaded baby’s breath pattern, here it is! Many of you have been asking and I took a moment away from my book projects and designed this baby’s breath pattern.
Baby’s breath PDF
You can also find it on my Etsy shop if you’d prefer to buy it that way.
Here are video instructions.
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