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I have another pretty peyote stitch bracelet pattern for you today – this is my “Circles” design.
This striking pattern features a number of circles and waves in bold colours of purple, yellow, pink and white. It’s such an interesting pattern to follow so it will keep intermediate level beaders entertained as well as beginners!
For this pattern, I’ve used a selection of Miyuki Delicas in size 11/0 – as you may know I love working with Miyukis as they are fantastic quality beads – they are very uniform in shape, making them ideal for peyote stitch projects.
How to make my “Circles” peyote stitch beaded bracelet
The technique used in this pattern is flat even count peyote stitch. It’s fairly easy to get to grips with – if you’re a beginner take a look at my tutorial here.
If you’re familiar with the stitch and you want to get going, you can find the pattern in my Etsy Shop here. It’s priced at £4.99 + VAT (where applicable). All earnings from my Etsy Shop sales help me to keep this blog up and running!
The bracelet, when made up, will measure approx. 1.3 inches in width and around 5 and 3/4 inches in length. When you’ve added a clasp, the bracelet should measure between 6.5 to 7 inches. You can always add or decrease a few rows of beadwork at each end if you need to make your bracelet shorter or longer.
Once you’ve purchased my peyote pattern, you’ll receive a file containing:
Bead legend with colours and bead types used.
Bead chart (visual pattern).
Word chart (row by row).
Plus, you’ll get a photo of the bracelet to show how it should look when finished.
If you purchase my pattern, you will need to source your own materials to make the bracelet! I buy my materials from a range of online shops and craft fairs. But to give you an idea of what type of supplies you could buy and where from, I’ve included my links below to Etsy to inspire you (most of these are affiliate links). In particular, you might like to see some of the clasp parts I’ve recommended.
- Miyuki Delicas Size 11/0 in five colours ( the specific colours and quantities are detailed in the pattern).
- Beading thread – I like to use Miyuki beading thread in “Eggshell” – it’s great to work with, I find that it doesn’t tangle too much! Alternatively, check out a brand like Nymo.
- Beading needle in size 10 or 12
- I’ve used 35mm gold tone flat ribbon end findings like these to end the beadwork, plus a toggle clasp and jump rings. If you’re using ribbon end findings, it’s best to secure the beadwork into place with strong jewellery glue such as e6000.
- Don’t forget, you’ll need my “Circles” Beaded Bracelet Pattern!
If you decide to purchase my “Circles” pattern, thank you so much in advance for supporting my work. I hope you have as much fun as I did making it!
Before you go, why not browse some of my other beadwork patterns below?
- Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Pattern – “Ombre Ice”
- Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Pattern – “Rudolph Reindeer”
- Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Pattern – “Scattered Waves”
- Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Pattern – “Colourful Argyle”
- “Cute Owl” Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Pattern
- “Angular Splendour” – Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Pattern
- “Ocean Haze” – Peyote Bracelet Pattern
- “Pretty Chevrons” – Peyote Bracelet Pattern
- “Spiralling” – Peyote Bracelet Pattern
- “Pretty Patches” – Peyote Bracelet Pattern
- “Ombre Ribbons” – Peyote Stitch Bracelet Pattern
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