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Peyote Stitch Package - 4 projects in one tutorial - Odd Count Ring, Even Count Ring, Flat Bracelet, Reversible Triangle Pendant

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Learn all you need to know about Peyote stitch with these four projects. Start with basic or even-count peyote, then learn how to add symmetry to your designs with odd-count peyote, create a double sided pendant while you learn how to stitch a flat triangle and follow a chart. A blank printable chart is included so that you may design and colour your own pendant too!

This is a PDF pattern for this item - not a piece of physical jewellery. This file is available for instant download as soon as payment is confirmed.

Bead-weaving tutorial suitable for beginners.

Materials needed:
11/0 Mikyuki delica beads (or similar)
a few miscellaneous beads and charms for embellishing your bracelet
8mm jump rings
4mm jump rings
1 eyepin
necklace chain
parrot/lobster clasp
toggle clasp



You will need basic tools: needles, thread, round nose and chain nose pliers, cutters.

Purchase of this tutorial gives the buyer permission to use and sell items made from this tutorial. Please do not copy, lend, teach or distribute this tutorial without permission. Your support enables designers to continue to write tutorials - thank you! Any enquiries should be made to sales [!at] jennysangster.co.nz
Learn all you need to know about Peyote stitch with these four projects. Start with basic or even-count peyote, then learn how to add symmetry to your designs with odd-count peyote, create a double sided pendant while you learn how to stitch a flat triangle and follow a chart. A blank printable chart is included so that you may design and colour your own pendant too!

This is a PDF pattern for this item - not a piece of physical jewellery. This file is available for instant download as soon as payment is confirmed.

Bead-weaving tutorial suitable for beginners.

Materials needed:
11/0 Mikyuki delica beads (or similar)
a few miscellaneous beads and charms for embellishing your bracelet
8mm jump rings
4mm jump rings
1 eyepin
necklace chain
parrot/lobster clasp
toggle clasp



You will need basic tools: needles, thread, round nose and chain nose pliers, cutters.

Purchase of this tutorial gives the buyer permission to use and sell items made from this tutorial. Please do not copy, lend, teach or distribute this tutorial without permission. Your support enables designers to continue to write tutorials - thank you! Any enquiries should be made to sales [!at] jennysangster.co.nz

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