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Mod Abstract Peyote Stitch Bracelet Wide


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You'll be feeling fashionable AND groovy with this bracelet on your wrist. This pattern is to create a wide cuff bracelet, measuring 1-3/4" across. Included in this PDF is a full color pattern image, delica bead number and bead count needed, a large easy to print black and white symbol graph, and a word chart. You'll need 7 different colors of delica beads to make this bracelet. Exact manufacturer number is included in the PDF. Go ahead and use seed beads or delicas you have on hand that are similar to the suggested colors, have fun with it! Finished bracelet will measure 1-3/4" wide by 7-1/2" long. You'll use even count peyote stitch to create this bracelet. If you are unfamiliar with peyote stitch, you can download my free tutorial, available here: For instructions on weaving in new thread, knotting, decreasing rows and adding a clasp, download my free tutorial on peyote stitch finishing touches: You MAY sell bracelets made from this pattern. Shocker, right? Yes, I would love for you to sell bracelets made from my pattern, but please give credit to the designer! You shall not distribute or share the tutorial, nor teach a class from this tutorial. This pattern is copyright 2011 Joanna Curley. Happy beading! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Peyote Stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished bracelet will measure 1-3/4" wide by 7-1/2" long

Supplies Needed

  • (7) different colors of Delica beads (exact count and delica # included in pattern)
  • Fireline beading thread 6lb test or your choice of 4-6lb test beading thread
  • Big Eye beading needle or your choice of beading needle

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Unique You
My name is Joanna, and I have been bead weaving for over a decade (how time flies). I love creating with those tiny seed's time consuming but very rewarding!