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Free Peyote Stitch Bead Patterns (2/3/2014)

2014 February 3

Who doesn’t love peyote stitch? It’s great for beginners but also develops into much more complicated projects. Even count, odd count, bezels, tubular, circular, three dimensional… There is almost nothing you can’t do with peyote stitch. Try a new way to use peyote stitch with one of today’s projects.

Peyote Stitch Dodecahedron

Peyote Stitch Dodecahedron

Conquering the Peyote Stitch Dodecahedron Wed, 15 Jan 2014 07:00:00 GMT

Since I figured out how to make a beaded dodecahedron out using right-angle weave, I’ve been playing around with creating these challenging geometric shapes using peyote stitch to fill in each little unit and create a solid structure. Using peyote stitch with the dodecahedron form has really made me excited for creating some new three-dimensional structures.

Peyote Stitch Puffy Triangle Fri, 24 Jan 2014 15:31:00 GMT

Today was supposed to be St. Petersburg chain however I managed to totally botch the video and didn’t have time for a reshoot. So you’re getting something hot off the presses….an excerpt from my latest design and snippet from the video class that goes along with it. A little step into basic geometrics with my Puffy Triangle.

 DIY Peyote Stitch with Twin Beads

DIY Peyote Stitch with Twin Beads

DIY Peyote Stitch with Twin Beads Sat, 28 Dec 2013 09:00:22 GMT

This is a pair of earrings created using flat Peyote Stitch and with Twin Beads. It’s not very visible on the image but there are tiny seed beads, 15/0 yellow green seed beads on the sides, matched with yellow green briolettes or tear drop beads.  Additional materials are jump rings and ear wires.  The purpose of the tutorial is to teach how to weave Peyote Stitch with Twin Beads.

Peyote Stitch Pattern 19 Thu, 23 Jan 2014 23:00:00 GMT

Please click any image to enlarge. free peyote stitch pattern 19. Basic pattern. free peyote stitch pattern 19. Colour version 1. free peyote stitch pattern 19. Colour version 2. free peyote stitch pattern 19.

Replacing a Misplaced Bead

Replacing a Misplaced Bead

Replacing a Misplaced Bead in your Peyote Stitch Pattern Fri, 27 Sep 2013 16:28:00 GMT

Have you ever reached the end of your peyote beading and realized that you have a misplaced bead? Perhaps you have broken bead somehow. There is an invisible way to repair or replace beads in Peyote stitched work and I will show you how. Do you notice there is a bead of the wrong color in the piece below? There is a green bead where the pattern calls for a yellow bead.

Beading Adventures with Flat Peyote Stitch Thu, 12 Dec 2013 11:00:00 GMT

When beaders say that peyote stitch projects are great for beginners and a favorite among beadweavers, I have to say that I heartily agree. Peyote is the stitch that I started with when I began my first beadstitching project last January, and although I’ve experimented with herringbone and brick stitches, I have thus far continued to fall comfortably back to peyote stitch because working it is calming and meditative for me.

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Odd-Count Peyote

Learn odd-count peyote stitch beadwork with Leslie Rogalski of Beading Daily Learn to work the even-count peyote stitch…

Two Drop and Three Drop Peyote

Peyote stitch doesn’t have to be done one bead at a time. Some designs are worked with two or three beads at a time. Let me show you how!

Fast Odd Count Peyote Stitch

This video tutorial from The Potomac Bead Company shows you how to do odd count peyote stitch in a faster method, using two needles.

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