Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Free Beading Pattern - Canterbury Bracelet by Nancy Peterson


Nancy Peterson's "Canterbury Bracelet" has been one of my favorite beading patterns going all the way back to when I first learned to bead back in 2014. I was sorry to hear last year that Nancy will no longer be selling her beading patterns and many of my readers have been asking where they can get this pattern. After discussing this with Nancy, she has graciously allowed me post her pattern here on my blog as a free download. You will find the download link below.



Click HERE to download the free "Canterbury Bracelet" pattern.

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9 comments:

  1. This has long been one of my favorite patterns too. Thank you, and Nancy, for your generosity.
    glad to see you're back, missed you!

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  2. Is there a necklace pattern to go with it, please? It's so pretty, thank you for sharing.

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    1. I am not aware of a necklace pattern and Nancy no longer has her patterns up for sale online.

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    2. Karen,
      Please email me privately at nlp.bead.design@gmail.com in regard to a matching necklace.
      Thank you.
      Nancy Peterson

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    3. Thank you for your prompt reply, Nancy. I recognized your name and the pattern looked so familiar to me. It's Elspeth's Collar - one of my absolute favourite patterns ever. I found it in my collection from Beadwork Magazine. I made a few of these necklaces with different beads and colors schemes because I loved it so much...thank you so much for your beautiful designs.

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    4. Karen, Glad you found it and thank you for your very kind words. I have it in a few colors myself, lol!

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  3. I have always liked this bracelet but never got around to making it. Thanks to you and Nancy for providing the pattern. I think I may have actually purchased it when you first blogged about.

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