Peyote Stitch Bead Patterns (3/30/2015)
Here are some great tutorials and patterns for Peyote Stitch. I think Peyote Stitch is a favorite for so many beaders, which is why there are so many patterns, free and pay. While the peyote start is sometimes hard, once you get going, it’s a fun easy stitch. Enjoy!
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Sat, 28 Mar 2015 10:00:56 -0700
Most of us think of leopard or zebra print when we think of animal-themed jewelry, but that’s not always the case. Animal-themed jewelry can pay tribute to any animal, including a beloved pet. Maybe you want to create a pair of earrings that look like your cat. Or maybe you just want to rock an awesome safari-style cuff. No matter what your DIY plans, check out these animal-themed jewelry tutorials from some of our awesome Craftsy designers
http://blog.thelonebeader.com/ Sat, 31 Jan 2009 09:40:00 -0800
http://www.instructables.com/ Sun, 01 May 2011 19:13:51 -0700
Seed beads are close to my heart, they’re one of the first crafty things I ever got into. They’re incredibly versatile, and in this case pretty festive, too. They work well with math, a lot of common beadwork stitches are influenced by fractal-like increases and, in this case, I’m working with the relationship between hexagons and circles. (Is there a special term for that relationship mathies? I couldn’t find anything easily with google!) Don’t let the tiny beads intimidate you. Start with small eggs and work up to larger projects. I make up my patterns as I go, but you could also make up a chart and plan that in advance.
http://uzumenomikoto.blogspot.com/ Mon, 29 Nov 2010 11:49:00 -0800
Peyote stitch is another one of those beadweaving stitches you see everywhere. It’s got a fancy name and seems kinda daunting. The good news? It’s really, really simple. And once you get the concepts you can create all sorts of things, like tubes and flat circles and sculptural geometric shapes. This tutorial is for the most basic, flat, rectangular peyote stitch: but even with this stitch you can create all sorts of awesome designs. (Peyote: Advanced tutorial forthcoming).
https://thecrimsonmoon.wordpress.com/ Sun, 08 Feb 2015 10:28:29 -0800
Time for another free pattern! A silhouette in one colour and minimal shaping makes my Corvus design a breeze. You can create this beautiful bird in either peyote stitch, as I have done here, or alternatively it can be made in brick stitch. Use cylinder beads for a neat finish. Click here for the pattern.
http://www.making-beaded-jewelry.com/bead-shows.html Sun, 17 Aug 2014 20:15:12 -0700
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.d an odd count turn (follow the black line) stitching in a triangular pattern.
This video tutorial from Potomac Bead Company co-founder Allie Buchman teaches you how to use peyote stitch to create a chevron pattern.
Beaded end cap by Ann Benson
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