How to make a peyote cuff bracelet - even count peyote step by step tutorial
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Designed by: Leah Connolly
Learn how to make this cute bee peyote cuff bracelet with this easy to follow bead chart. I just couldn't resist making this bead chart in the bead tool software, and was so excited to get started with making this cuff bracelet. If you have used this stitch before just download the Bee.pdf pattern and start stitching. If you are new to even count peyote stitch contact our customer service team to follow our easy step by step instructions and feel free to watch the video tutorial below in the steps, don't worry it is really easy to learn.
Happy beading and bee happy ;)
Thread - KO or fireline thread is great for this design
TOHO™ - I used size 6/0 rounds in 6 different colours - black diamond, light peridot, burnt orange, light topaz, siam ruby & dandelion
Cuff - bangle base 73x55mm
Needle - size 12
To start you will need to know how to create a peyote stitch. Here is one of our video tutorials to help teach you the basic peyote stitch.
Once you have mastered the peyote stitch, download the bead chart and pattern here. To finish your design add a drop of glue onto the bracelet base and secure your beads in place.
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