How to Peyote Stitch

by Anonymous

How do you even flat peyote stitch a bracelet with a heart and a butterfly pattern?

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Peyote Stitch Resources
by: Wanda

Peyote stitch is also known as gourd stitch.

Finally, I've taken the plunge to learn more variations of peyote stitch.

I'll post some patterns soon, but in the meantime
for free odd and even count peyote stitch patterns for bracelets, check out this site:

I did not locate a butterfly or heart pattern, but perhaps you can adapt one of the patterns that you find.

Or, search the web for 'heart peyote stitch patterns' or 'butterfly peyote stitch patterns' to find a selection.

I hope these links will be helpful.

Peyote is a very versatile stitch, with many variations.

I use odd count peyote to make a bezel around cabochons when I do bead embroidery.

Have fun beading in peyote stitch!


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