Peyote Stitch Bead Patterns (3/20/2015)
There is almost no way you can get into beadweaving without doing some Peyote Stitch. Many projects combine Peyote Stitch with other stitches as it’s very easy to attach or start Peyote from any “sticky-outie” beads. And yes, that’s a beading technical term. There are so many types of Peyote – odd, even, tubular, 2-drop, 3-drop – there’s no end to what you can learn and do with Peyote Stitch.
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/Sat, 01 Nov 2014 09:00:25 -0700
You won’t make it through many bead projects without seeing the peyote stitch pop up. The peyote stitch is a weaving stitch that can be worked with both an even number or an odd number of stitches, and you’ll see it in all kinds of jewelry from earrings to bracelets and necklaces. Whether you’re a beginner or just an experienced beader looking to brush up on basics with a few easy projects, these peyote stitch jewelry patterns will give you plenty of practice!
http://imaginesque.blogspot.com/Mon, 09 Mar 2015 16:00:00 -0700
he beads in these patterns 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 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. If you like a particular colour version, just use it as “colour inspiration” rather than sticking to the exact bead numbers in the materials list.
http://cs.jewelrymakingmagazines.com/bnb/b/beadandbutton/default.aspxThu, 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. The video refers to the Santa Baby bracelet designed by Josie Fabre. It’s an extremely darling design, and I just know you are going to want to make it!
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.gailnettles.com/Sun, 19 Oct 2008 14:03:46 -0700
Here’s a freeform peyote bracelet tutorial. Before I start, I’m assuming that you know how to do the regular peyote stitch, as it’s the basis of this bracelet. This is more of a structured freeform peyote bracelet. By that I mean I am not going as freeform as I would normally do (with holes, netting, etc.). Instead, this is a middle ground between a normal peyote stitch and a full-blown freeform. In other words, if you’ve always been a structured person, this will let you let loose a tiny bit.
http://www.making-beaded-jewelry.com/bead-shows.htmlSun, 17 Aug 2014 20:15:12 -0700
Flat Odd Count Peyote Basics. Before you start, read through all of the instructions first. Some instructions – how to make a stop bead, how to end a thread and how to add a thread are on other pages. Links to these pages are provided when a step calls for you to do them. Read through them first too. Rows 1 – 3 are the most difficult and are stitched at the same time.