DIY Glass Charms : Miyuki Fruits brick stitch

DIY miyuki fruits (53 of 92)

It’s kind of a thing on instagram, these brick stitch miyuki bead charms, but I always wonder what these girls do with them… I know some turn them into brooches but that’s not really my thing.

So I decided to turn mine into glass charms! I’m glad I made something (pretty) useful out of them.

I didn’t make a weaving tutorial because there’s already tons on the internet

Supplies:

Here’s a basic technique video

These are the patterns I used (the little arrow shows you what row to start at)

patrons miyuki fruits brick stitch copy

For the pineapple I used a free pattern found here! And the strawberry was very inspired by this one

The easiets :watermelon, kiwi, pineapple/orange!

Once you’ve got all the fruits (so cute!)

DIY miyuki fruits (2 of 92)

Insert your ring in one of the beads

DIY miyuki fruits (6 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (10 of 92)

Cut a piece of copper wire about 1,5 cm and wrap around something round to create a ring shape

DIY miyuki fruits (14 of 92)

Fold the ends over with your pliers

DIY miyuki fruits (11 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (13 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (16 of 92)

Repeat for all your fruits and voila, you’ve got summer fruits glass charms!

DIY miyuki fruits (21 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (56 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (86 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (53 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (40 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (36 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (89 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (72 of 92)

DIY miyuki fruits (61 of 92)

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