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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chili peppers

By
Crumpet

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 6276
  • 0
waffle

By
Kyoko

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 4132
  • 1
skittles

By
Crumpet

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 11164
  • 4
m and ms

By
Crumpet

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 19480
  • 7
kit kat

By
Monarch

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 5627
  • 3
rainbow cupcakes

By
Crumpet

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 22788
  • 5
watermelon heart on picnic blanket

By
TumTum

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 4974
  • 1
Kiwi Band

By
Kiwiikush

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 3018
  • 0
Apples

By
User

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 7306
  • 0
Kawaii Smore

By
YayFluffyPOP

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 4718
  • 0
icees for small wrists

By
Kottonkandi33

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 3430
  • 5
rice ball

By
Bluebabydino

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 3074
  • 0
Cute Fruity Cherry Heart

By
Icecreamforest

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 3721
  • 0
Skittles Peyote

By
User

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 7608
  • 2
Pastel Candy Bow

By
Superwholock42

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 4767
  • 0
Kandi Candy

By
PuffyUnicorns

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 4862
  • 1
Lemon

By
Sutiwi

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 2243
  • 0
Apple

By
PaolaGianfaldoni

Bead Pattern Type: Charm Pattern

  • 2962
  • 0
Tiny Pizza Earrings

By
Garrett

Bead Pattern Type: Fuse Bead Pattern

  • 949
  • 0
Cute Onigiri

By
BabySquirrel12

Bead Pattern Type: Cuff Pattern

  • 789
  • 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.