Beaded candy corn chain bracelet on a woman's wrist with a white cloth in the background

Candy Corn Beaded Bracelet Tutorial

This candy corn beaded bracelet is made with our Candy Corn Miyuki 11/0 seed bead mix.

Scroll down to view all the materials you'll need and the basic steps. Please reach out with questions anytime!

Materials You'll Need


Monofilament thread, such as FireLine or WildFire, works best with this bracelet.


Size 10 works great for this project. Big eye beading needles also work well if you're still getting the hang of threading needles.


You will need findings to finish the bracelet, such as a clasp, jump rings, and crimp ends or beads.


You will likely need pliers to attach your clasp and/or jump rings as well as crimping.


This design was created with our Candy Corn mix.


The candy corns are created using double ladder stitch to create a foundation row and two rows of single brick stitch to create the triangle tip.

The basic picture tutorial below assumes you are familiar with both stitches.


Start by threading your needle. Add your bracelet findings to one end of your thread.

  • STEP 1

    Add 7 beads to your thread in the order shown.

  • STEP 2

    Create two columns using ladder stitch and end with your thread coming out of the left column as shown.

  • STEP 3

    Add an orange bead followed by a yellow bead to your thread and create a third column using ladder stitch. End with your thread coming out of the center column as shown.

  • STEP 4

    Add one white bead and create a third row using single brick stitch.

  • STEP 5

    Add another white bead to your thread and attach it to the left of the first white bead using single brick stitch.

  • STEP 6

    Add a white bead to your thread and begin a fourth row using single brick stitch. Repeat steps until you reach your desired length and complete with your findings.

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