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Even Count Peyote Bracelets

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Category Jewelry
Type Bracelet, Accessory
Style Whimsical, Traditional, Casual, Classic, Romantic
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What was your source for this jewelry project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Even Count Flat Peyote Bracelets

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Who is this project for? Women

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What materials did you use? seed beads, clasps, needle, thread

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What are you most proud of? Being able to show how the beads you choose will made a difference in your project, and some options to consider.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Read it all the way through before starting a project. (And if you don't already know how to do flat even-count peyote, I have a free tutorial on the basics available.)

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Wow! Your work is so beautiful and intricate. I have recently started to dabble in beading but obviously know very very little about it or how it all works. I continue to try but I do not find it easy or know exactly what to buy for any given project. I would like to make my own jewelry because I am more into expressing myself as a individual then going with the flow. I love the detail you have put into your pieces! Is there any advice you have for someone like me who is trying to get the swing of it? Any and all advice would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks, keep up the awesome work!!

10/13/2011 Flag

Hi Chrissy! The first thing to remember is that we all started at the same place -- wanting to make jewelry, but not knowing where to start! The best advice I can give is this -- keep practicing. When I started, it was all "greek" to me, and even now I still make blunders. If you have somewhere local to you where you can take a beading class, that would be a good step. If not, then try videos, books, ebooks and magazines to help you learn. You just need to be willing to experiment until that "ah hah!" moment hits you. Chrissy, I wish you all the best in your beading journey! You will have a wonderful time making your own individualized jewelry!,

10/13/2011 Flag