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Yellow Dottie 2-Drop Peyote Stitch Cuff


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Weave up a trendy bracelet of your very own with the help of this pattern. Included with your 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 only need 2 different colors of delica beads to make this stunning bracelet. Exact manufacturer number is included in the PDF. Finished bracelet will measure 1-3/4" wide by 7-1/2" long. This would make a great project for a beader that is just starting out. 2-drop peyote stitch works up quickly, and this is an "even-count peyote stitch" pattern, so there's no turnarounds to worry about. You'll use 2-drop peyote stitch to create this bracelet. Instructions on peyote stitch are not included, however you can download my 2-drop peyote stitch tutorial here at no cost: 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. 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. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Peyote Stitch 2-Drop Peyote Stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 1-3/4" wide by 7-1/2" long

Supplies Needed

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