Free Peyote Stitch Bead Patterns (6/20/2014)
Peyote is probably the most commonly used stitch and has a long history. It is a great stitch to start with if you are a beginning beader. Peyote stitch is a favorite among many experienced beaders also. I have a friend that can whip out a peyote stitch pattern faster than some people can get their needle threaded. OK, not quite that fast. But she’s faster than anyone I know. Here as some fun patterns to try, and some beginner’s basic to get started.
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Weave an incredible design with this sweet, addictive odd-peyote-stitch-bracelet. Blend Swarovski crystals in the palest tones with purple and silver-lined seed beads to get a beautiful spring bling look. These shades combine in this sweet one-inch wide band and generate a gorgeously cool shimmer bracelet. Sabine’s video tutorial can inspire you to make a sweet treat, and make a beautiful bracelet pattern.
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Peyote Stitch Pattern 29. Please click images to enlarge. Have fun. free peyote stitch beading patterns. Basic pattern. free peyote stitch beading patterns.
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If you’re looking for free peyote stitch pattern to create a statement, look no further than this Teresa’s tubular-three-drop-peyote-stitch. The beautiful, geometric design from this video tutorial recalls a bold art deco style. This craft will show you how to create a bead patterns that will give you a dazzling piece and resemble a bead loom without any hassle.
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Peyote Stitch is a basic stitch that is easy to learn. Patterns using peyote stitch always need to be an event count of columns, e.g. The stitch begins by stringing a length of beads that will become the first two rows of the project (A in the diagram above). I prefer to use waxed cotton and seed beads for this project. Any sized seed beads will work, although it is preferable that all the beads in the pattern be the same size.
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A good place to start is with peyote stitch beadwork. Peyote stitch, also known as gourd stitch, has been around for centuries. The stitch is common in historic and contemporary Native American art, and examples have been found as far back as Ancient Egypt. People have been using this stitch to create decorative and functional art for as long as there have been beads and threading materials! It is a nice, straightforward stitch to get you started on your bead-weaving journey and it makes up quicker than some other stitches do.
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I’ve just added a few new peyote stitch patterns to my Etsy shop. Some of these might seem familiar to those of you who have been on my mailing list for a while, but there’s still a couple you haven’t seen! For those of you who are new-ish to my mailing list, I offer free, UNTESTED patterns every so often. And sometimes when I feel like it, there’s a tested one for free as well. There will be a new freebie next month – just as a heads up.
This animated beading tutorial shows how to weave circling a quadrangle using peyote and herringbone stitch.
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! Sand Fibers pattern…
In this video, you will learn how to make a bead woven bracelet using flat even count peyote stitch. These instructions are for the Beadaholique kits that use…