Food Bead Patterns

These are food-themed bead patterns, including perler bead patterns (bead sprites), kandi cuff patterns, peyote stitch patterns, & more.

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Cotton Fluff

By
Meimi

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 1725
  • 0
Birthday Cupcake

By
Greentail

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 2032
  • 0
Strawberry Milk Bottle

By
CookieClimax

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 2013
  • 1
Pastel Peach Emoji

By
IgneousRockCake

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 1507
  • 0
50 X 30 XL Cuff

By
Mxthman

Bead Pattern Type: Panel Pattern

  • 636
  • 0
50 X 30 XL Cuff

By
Mxthman

Bead Pattern Type: Panel Pattern

  • 750
  • 0
Watermelon Charm

By
Syn

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 1085
  • 0
Frogg

By
Crazycatperson

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 544
  • 0
Butter Charm

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Wetxhands

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 604
  • 0
Cookie Clicker Cookie

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BeadTube

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 971
  • 0
Cute Juice

By
Punkybrown13

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 27058
  • 2
Onigiri

By
DieswithChili

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 5236
  • 1
Red Apricorn

By
8_iit

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 4598
  • 0
Coconut Drink

By
DerpyCrafter

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 5708
  • 1
Peep

By
Kaitgirl12

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 8958
  • 0
Surprised Lolipop

By
Awesomephoebe

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 5648
  • 1
Cupcake

By
Minecraftanimallover

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 4765
  • 0
Ramen With Katakana

By
Issiepop14

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 3207
  • 0
Zap Apple

By
Hoyitsmiguel

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 4414
  • 1
Sushi

By
LolaxLolz

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 12155
  • 0

These are food-themed bead patterns, including perler bead patterns (bead sprites), kandi cuff patterns, peyote stitch patterns, & more.

The craft patterns on this website are primarily designed to be used with beads: either plastic pony beads, delica beads, or fuse beads (Perler/Hama beads which you melt using an iron and pegboard). However, some of the patterns can be used for other craft types. For example, fuse bead patterns also work for cross stitch and crochet quilts. All patterns are free to use but do not come with individual instructions since the methods used for making different pattern types are the same.