Wooden Rosary Kit (Makes 1)

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Make a beautiful, durable wooden rosary with no special tools and almost no knot-tying! Can be completed by all ages with adult help.

Rosary kits include 59 wooden beads, 12 gold-tone iron spacer beads, laser-engraved wooden crucifix and two-piece centerpiece, waxed cotton thread, and a stamped fabric carry bag. Printed instructions come with the kit, and are also available as a pdf download in this listing. Coming soon: an instructional video.

Instructions here in this blog post.

Choose from four wooden bead colors and get big discounts when you order multiple sets. Sets are available in (from lightest to darkest in color) coffee, caramel, natural, and wheat. Beads from multiple sets can be mixed to create unique multi-shade rosaries.

A coordinating single-decade rosary / St. Thérèse sacrifice bead kit is available here.

Get big discounts when you order multiple kits:

FOUR kits (save $20).

EIGHT kits (save $48).

Additional information


coffee, caramel, natural, wheat

1 review for Wooden Rosary Kit (Makes 1)

  1. teknoturtl (verified owner)

    I bought two as a homeschooling activity and my dream was that my daughter (8years) and I could do them together. Well, within moments I realized it would be too difficult for her to do and I needed to take over. Mainly because the waxed thread is quite thick and the gold beads especially would not thread onto the thick thread. I trimmed the thread and it frayed up again almost immediately. I tried wetting the thread with my tongue. Still could not get the gold bead on. Finally I ended up using tacky craft glue to glue the ends into points to make them stiffer and at that point I was able to thread the first gold bead. The instructions were very hard for me to follow, and by the time I reached the centerpiece section of the process I recruited my husband to help me. I realized I had done something wrong and we needed to undo a portion. Then he was struggling to thread the gold beads…. so at this point I said hey I think we need to give this a rest… so we put all the materials away and my daughter helpfully suggested that maybe a Rosary should be made by a machine and maybe I could just give her one that was already made.

    • Kendra

      I’m so sorry you had trouble. It appears that our large order of cord was not exactly the same as the batch we used to create our (dozens of) prototypes. We are working to improve the kits.

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