Free Peyote Stitch Bead Patterns (1/23/2015)
Today, it’s peyote patterns!! Peyote is done in so many different way – flat, tubular or spiral, even or odd, etc. Once you have the basics down, you can explore so many different ways to use it. Develop your Peyote skills with one or more of these patterns today.
http://gwenbeads.blogspot.com/ Mon, 29 Dec 2014 12:03:00 -0800
For the last couple months, I’ve been working on some new variations of Cellini Spiral. With nothing more than seed beads and thread, you can learn to make bracelets, pendants, and beaded beads using my new tutorial, Snail Shells and Twisty Bits. Like the popular Slugs in Love beaded pendants, Snail Shells and Twisty Bits are my original variations on the common Cellini spiral, combining peyote stitch, increases, and decrease.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/blogs/ Tue, 18 Oct 2011 21:00:00 -0700
Last time I was talking to you about peyote-stitch patterns, we were talking about the best way to learn how to read a peyote-stitch pattern. Reading a peyote-stitch pattern can be made so much easier if you have a firm understanding of the basic mechanics of the stitch, including the thread path and why the beads line up the way they do when working in peyote stitch.
http://thecrimsonmoon.wordpress.com/ Mon, 06 Oct 2014 12:11:51 -0700
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.
http://craftyintrigue.blogspot.com/ Apr 2013
Occasionally, I like to try new beading techniques. I saw pictures of spiral peyote stitch projects on the Internet and I really like the look of the stitch. I wanted to learn this version of peyote stitch and thought it would be a fun beading project. At first, I found it confusing but once I got the hang of it, I enjoyed it.
http://cs.jewelrymakingmagazines.com/bnb/b/beadandbutton/default.aspx Thu, 13 Nov 2014 11:13:00 -0800
Peyote stitch is often considered a beading favorite, but have you ever tried your hand at making a project using three-drop peyote stitch? It isn’t as intimidating as it might sound and is actually quite fun! Here is a short, laid-back video demonstrating the basics of three-drop peyote stitch.
http://imaginesque.blogspot.com/ Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:00:00 -0800
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.
This video from The Potomac Bead Company teaches you how to use our exclusive two-hole RounDuo beads to make a fun bracelet using Peyote Stitch…
Beaded end cap by Ann Benson
Multi-Drop Peyote Tutorial
How do repeating patterns work, and what are they, anyway?