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I’ve been busy working on another beaded bracelet pattern for you today – for my Ombre Ice Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet! I wanted to make something slightly wintery and teal, blue, white and silver are all gorgeous colours that work really well together. I’m a little bit obsessed with all things ombre at the moment, so I incorporated this into the design.
I made the bracelet using high quality Miyuki Delicas in size 10/0. I finished the bracelet off with a silver tone toggle clasp – it’s around 6.5 inches in length (with clasp added) and just under 1 and 1/4 inches wide.
What do you think? Would you like to make one too?
It’s not that tricky! You’ll need to be able to do flat even count peyote stitch, which is a pretty straightforward beadweaving technique. I should really do a tutorial for this on my blog, but for now, check out this one here.
If you’re ok with flat even count peyote stitch, I have the pattern available for you for just £5.99 (inc. VAT) – just over $6 according to today’s exchange rate! You can find this pattern listed in my Etsy shop now!
When you purchase this pattern, you’ll receive a PDF containing:
- Bead legend with colours and bead types used.
- Bead chart (visual pattern).
- Word chart (row by row).
- Preview of pattern.
This is a digital pattern, so once your PayPal payment has been processed, you’ll receive it!
Materials needed to make my Ombre Ice Peyote Beaded Cuff Bracelet
You’ll need to source your materials for this bracelet. I purchased my beads from a local supplier called Beads Jar as they have a good range of Miyuki Delicas. You’ll need Miyuki Delicas in size 10/0, beading thread, a beading needle and a clasp. For my bracelet, I used silver tone flat ribbon ends size 30mm and then added a toggle bar clasp. Mine was a plain clasp, but there are so many different designs to choose from – take a look at these. (Please note, the links I’ve shared here are affiliate links).
I hope you like this bracelet pattern and that you decide to give it a go! Beading is such a great hobby and peyote stitch is a fun technique to work with. Maybe you know someone who would love to have a go at this pattern themselves? If so, please take a minute to share this post online with your social media followers.
Before you go, you might enjoy reading these posts below:
- Reindeer Peyote Stitch Beadwork Pattern
- How to Make a Beaded Flower Ring
- How to Make a Beaded Squirrel – Free Brick Stitch Pattern
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