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Abstract Peyote Pattern Bracelet

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Category Jewelry
Type Bracelet, Accessory
Style Classic, Whimsical
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What was your source for this jewelry project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Abstract Peyote Pattern Bracelet

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Who is this project for? Women

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What materials did you use? Miyuki Delica Beads

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? You could use seed beads too - just have a go.

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Hello Shirley, Your graph pattern is very pretty. You can use graph patterns for so many different crafts. Beads, knit, crochet, hook rug, cross stitch, needlepoint. And the really nice thing about it is with each craft the pattern takes on a unique look. Thank you for sharing.

10/25/2011 Flag

thank you for your lovely comment - hope you enjoy it if you make the pattern.

11/05/2011 Flag

I am anxious to make this braclet. I think my granddaughter will love it for Christmas thank you so much for sharing. It is a beautiful design.

11/13/2011 Flag

I'm so pleased you like this pattern - hope your granddaughter enjoyes wearing it. Kind regards.

11/14/2011 Flag

If you made this bracelet - I hope it turned out well. Kind regards, Shirley I.

12/30/2011 Flag

I made this bracelet with Miyuki Delicas.

11/14/2011 Flag

I have messed around with peyote stitch before, although I never finished a project, just wanted to learn the weave. Your grid system is ingenious.

11/14/2011 Flag
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Thanks so much, but in fact it is 'old fashioned'! :) I much prefer it to the newer pattern of charts showing the beadshapes. I think the grid is much easier to follow Kind regards and hope you enjoy your beadwork.

11/16/2011 Flag

Shirley, do you use a software program to create the patterns? I still draw patterns by hand on graph paper and a more professional looking pattern would be desirable. I like this pattern.

12/12/2011 Flag

Hi Keith: I usually use Powerpoint but have an old prog.called Stitchpainter for the charts. Stitchpainter is not fantastic, but it 'does' :). Let me know if you want any more info. Kind regards, Shirley I.

12/30/2011 Flag