Free Peyote Stitch Bead Patterns (11/12/2014)
Just about everyone loves Peyote stitch and it’s the stitch most beaders start with. After you get past those first 3 rows, it’s easy to know what to do because of what I call the “sticky-outie-beads”. Peyote is also so versatile, whether you want something flat, round or spiral, a simple or complicated pattern, or bezels, peyote stitch should be in your beading arsenal.
Earlier today, I posted a photo on Facebook of these cute football jersey earrings Jane Danley Cruz made. A few people asked for instructions and they really couldn’t be easier, so here they are, with Jane’s permission, of course. The following instructions are for the exact patterns shown. To customize it with you favorite colors or player numbers, download our free graph paper and pencil in your colors or numbers to suit.
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The beads in these patterns (obviously) do not look the same as the actual beads (some of those are opaque, transparent, silver-lined, matte, shiny and so on). I just pick those colours that I like together, which works for the patterns, but using these actual beads in a project may very possibly not give the same results. It is better to use these patterns as “colour inspiration” than to stick to the exact bead numbers in the materials list.
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Here’s another freebie for you, just in time for Hallowe’en! My Blood Spatter bracelet/cuff pattern is worked in 2 drop peyote stitch and uses just two colours; I think the red on white is particularly gruesome.
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For me, sometimes the first few rows of flat peyote stitch can be the most difficult. Those spunky little beads want to just twist and wiggle out of position, and if you’re working from a charted pattern, that can cause mistakes early on in your peyote stitch beading project. Using dummy rows, a needle or pin, or a set of peyote stitch starter cards can make starting your peyote stitch project smooth and easy!
Each year, millions of people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Some may eat an Irish meal, drink a Guinness, or go to a St. Patrick’s Day parade, but probably the most common way to celebrate all things Irish is to wear something green or Celtic. Add a little something extra to your St. Patrick’s Day outfit with jewelry that fits the theme!
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You might ask yourself, “Why even bother with odd-count peyote when even-count is so easy to turn?” Pamela’s Boho Bangle shows why: Some patterned strips of peyote call for an odd number of beads in order to be symmetrical. Regardless of which turnaround method you like most for odd-count peyote, here’s how I recommend you start the first three rows.
Multi-Drop Peyote Tutorial Supplies used: 11/0 seed beads, Beading thread & needle, Button, Hemp cord, Multi-drop peyote bracelet pattern Step 1: String your…
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Kelly from Off the Beaded Path, in Forest City, North Carolina shows you how to make a Super Duo Peyote Stitch Wrap Bracelet. We have materials used to make …