Four-Leaf Clover Pendant

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Four-Leaf Clover Pendant Pattern


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Jewelry: Four-Leaf Clover Pendant
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Ending and adding the thread
  • securing knots

Pattern Description:

A beaded lucky four-leaf clover that can be used as a pendant, but you can also make a brooch with this pattern.

It is very easy to make - with some experience you can complete it in just one hour. Only basic beading skills are required, like ending and adding the thread, securing knots, knowing how to pass through the beads to get to a certain point of the beadwork. Some experience in right angle weave, peyote and herringbone stitches might be useful, but it's not necessary.

You are welcome to sell the items you make from this tutorial.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The finished piece is 4,5 cm (1,77") long (with the stem)


  • 183 x seed beads size 11
  • 16-32 x seed beads size 15
  • 28 x 4mm bicone crystals
  • 1 x 8mm round bead
  • 4 x 6mm round beads
  • Beading thread
  • Beading needle
  • Metal bail and a jump ring (optional)

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
tbird65 on

Excellent A clover in any other color...  April 13, 2013

St. Patrick's Day was past by the time I got my hands on Eridhan's Four Leaf Clover pendant pattern, so I used morion (a grey-ish green-ish hard to photograph color that Swarovski used to make - I love odd colors and this one's my current favorite) bicones and rounds with sterling silver seed beads to make something a little less obviously Irish. I'm thrilled with the final result - it looks almost medieval, very elegant and not at all like a clover.

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About Designer

Eridhan on

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I've been making jewelry since 2005 and have tried quite a few techniques during that time. It was a long way though, through wire-wrapping mostly, until I ...

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