Peyote Stitch Bead Patterns (5/18/2015)
I found some fun new Peyote Stitch patterns, plus a couple of beginner tutorials. Peyote stitch is such a basic stitch, you really should know it to get started in beadweaving. Try a basics tutorial today, or practice your skills with any of the more advanced patterns.
http://featheredfibers.wordpress.com/ Sat, 03 Apr 2010 14:24:54 -0700
Here is another free tutorial for you, a peyote stitch bracelet that I call Undulations. In this next bracelet, I wanted to experiment with beads and color to make this peyote stitch bracelet with an antique button closure. In case you are not a beader, I used an off-loom bead weaving stitch called peyote. Here is how you do this stitch.
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.
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!
http://imaginesque.blogspot.com/ Tue, 28 Apr 2015 05:44:00 -0700
Another great peyote stitch pattern from Imaginesque. Available in 11 different color combinations, complete with the numbers of the Delicas used.
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Thu, 09 Apr 2015 09:00:36 -0700
olorful triangles meet between a white border in this geometric bracelet. Go for neutral colors of beads if you’re looking for a piece that can match just about anything. The pattern uses even-count peyote stitch, so be sure you’re familiar with that skill before you get started.
http://dianneculbertson.blogspot.com/ Fri, 27 Sep 2013 09:28:00 -0700
Have you ever reached the end of your peyote beading and realized that you have a misplaced bead? Perhaps you have broken bead somehow. There is an invisible way to repair or replace beads in Peyote stitched work and I will show you how.
Many people who know how to do peyote stitch will often still have questions about patterns. Patterns can be done in many ways, but this is one easy and popular method that you can use in your peyote projects regardless of the type of bead (SuperDuo, Delicas, seed beads, cubes, round beads etc.).
This video tutorial from Potomac Bead Company co-founder Allie Buchman teaches you how to use peyote stitch to create a chevron pattern. This video uses 8/0 Miyuki seed beads, but you can use nearly any size.