Wading Through the Marsh Cuff

from Lucy Joan Designs

Wading Through the Marsh Cuff Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

advanced skill level requirement Expert

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Peyote stitch and peyote reductions

Pattern Description:

This exquisite example of advanced peyote beadwork was inspired by a summer's day walk through the marsh in southern Louisiana, in search of dinner. As the hunter steps quietly through the water, he causes ripples in the surface and the tall grasses sway in echo to his movements. Rigid peyote stitch cuff made from glass Delica seed beads and Swarovski crystals.

Enhance your peyote reduction and assembly techniques with this elaborate design. Learn how to create permanent folds in peyote fabric and stitch multiple layers together.

This full-color PDF includes plenty of written instructions and clear diagrams to make this project easy. Enjoy!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Fits up to 6.5" wrist


  • 1lb test Fireline
  • 6lb test Fireline
  • 5g 11/0 Delica seed beads, color A
  • 5g 11/0 Delica seed beads, color B
  • 4g 11/0 Delica seed beads, color C
  • 25g 11/0 Delica seed beads, color D
  • 1" wide metal cuff for 7" wrist (Fire Mountain Gems P/N H204481JE)
  • 42 bicone crystals, 4mm

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 12 beading needle
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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Hi Shoppers! My name is Lucy Joan and I am a mechanical engineer by day and a jewelry designer by night. I like to use my analytical mind, drafting experience, and technical writing skills to make easy-to-read beading instructions for beautiful and desirable jewelry designs that are easy to create. It's all about design for manufacturing!

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