Title miyuki pattern frangipaniI love tropical flowers and as I am taking part in a fun Miyuki bead weaving Instagram contest #dontbeadalone for which we need to design around the “tropical” theme, I have made two frangipani (or plumeria) flower patterns for this occasion. This wonderful contest is organized by @monpetitbazar, @coeur__citron, @lili_azalee and @perlesandco. Just look for #dontbeadalone on Instagram to discover all the participants’ beautiful creations.
Frangipani flowers are everywhere in Hong Kong in this season and this was an easy and inspiring topic for me to pick as a theme for this contest. I love these flowers for their beautiful shape and  stunning bright colours.
frangipani hong kong
I hope you will like these patterns. If you do, do not hesitate to like my contest picture on Instagram and follow me 😉Instagram tropical miyuki contest
I am using the brick stitch technique that you can discover here if you don’t know it already.
Here is my first pattern: the original white frangipani
Frangipani white pattern Petit Bout de ChouYou can find the corresponding beads list below:

white and pink models
And my second pattern: the pink frangipani flower
Frangipani pink pattern Petit Bout de Chou
You can find the corresponding beads list below:

As usual, my patterns and models are registered under Creative Commons license CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 and are not for commercial use.

white frangipani flower Hong Kong

You can refer to my article about Miyuki beadwork uses  (in French) to find some ideas on how you can transform these beadworks to make jewellery, accessories, or home decors.Title uses of miyuki beadworks
I have used the white flower to create a beaded barrette using simple hair snap clips and some jewellery glue.
barrette Miyuki
I hope you liked these freebies and they inspired you some awesome tropical designs!

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  1. Love these Estelle! I think if the pattern were adapted to be a little bigger, they would make wonderful coasters! I remember playing with frangipani flowers when I was growing up in South East Asia!

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