Hulton Abbey Earrings Pattern


Hulton Abbey earrings made in shades of warm brown.

  Pattern 20


This pattern contains instructions to make the earrings in the photos. They are a perfect match for the Hulton Abbey bracelet (pattern 11). You can make them in rich vibrant colours for a Christmas party or a night out, in pastels for a wedding or prom, or in your favourite colour for every day.

Beading level: suitable for everyone. It is explained in great detail with lots of diagrams and written instructions and is very easy to follow. 

25 jam-packed pages including 11 pages of helpful information about basic beading. 19 step-by-step diagrams plus 20 photos of finished work.

You will need eight 6mm round beads, eight 4mm round beads, ten 4mm bicones, two crystal teardrops or other large beads, size 11 seed beads, two earring hooks with jump rings and two pairs of pliers to attach them, and a beading needle and thread. 

The earrings are designed to match the Hulton Abbey bracelet which is available separately and can be found here:

Blue and white Hulton Abbey earrings.

Pink version of Hulton Abbey earrings.
Hulton Abbey earrings were named after my original home town of Little Hulton in Manchester.

Hulton Abbey earrings made from two sizes of gold pearls with gold metallic crystals.

Dark purple Hulton Abbey earrings lying diagonally on a grey slate.
Dark purple Hulton Abbey earrings on a white background.

Blue and white Hulton Abbey earrings made with pale blue silver-lined seed beads.

Hulton Abbey earrings made from pale turquoise pearls with silver metallic crystals.
Hulton Abbey earrings made with two sizes of pale turquoise pearls on a white background.

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You are welcome to sell any items you have made using this pattern but you are not permitted to sell or distribute the pattern itself, including teaching, or copy it in whole or in part.