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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Dinner Plate With Knife And Fork

By
Resincore

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 273
  • 0
Raw Meat Charm

By
_R4DIC4L_R4PTOR_

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 893
  • 0
Cheese Charm!

By
Cheeseking06

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 338
  • 1
Gatorade Charm

By
Baseballhater

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 732
  • 0
Kagami Mochi

By
Koinu78

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 358
  • 0
Pepsi Can

By
WolfgangVoncolt

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 366
  • 0
Cool Ranch Doritos

By
ErraticMusician

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 199
  • 0
Doritos

By
ErraticMusician

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 271
  • 0
Funyuns

By
ErraticMusician

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 224
  • 0
McDonald's Logo Golden Arches

By
Sparkythegerbil

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 662
  • 0
Donut Cuff :3

By
AverageGreenDayFan

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 454
  • 1
PB&J Bag Sides

By
Dvmb422

Bead Pattern Type: Panel Pattern

  • 94
  • 0
PB&J Bag Front

By
Dvmb422

Bead Pattern Type: Panel Pattern

  • 185
  • 2
Dr Pepper

By
Lettuce

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 276
  • 0
Cute Blue Poptart With Sprinkles

By
Chipplusonceler

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 108
  • 0
Strawberry Milk

By
Cocoz_beads

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 74
  • 0
Bananana

By
Genderlessraver

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 105
  • 0
Popcorn Shrimp Charm

By
Wormywormy

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 34
  • 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.