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I’ve been busy working on a new peyote stitch bracelet pattern this week – here it is! It’s super sophisticated and beautifully sparkly, so I’ve aptly called it “Glitz”.
Unlike my other patterns, this one is slimmer, so it’s ideal for beginners who are new to peyote stitch, because it will work up really quickly. The pattern starts off using just one colour, before introducing other colours towards the middle.
This bracelet is still fun to make if you’re an intermediate or advanced beader – the design is perfect if you want to make a glamorous bracelet for a night out!
I’ve used a selection of Miyuki Delicas in size 10/0 to make this bracelet. The slightly larger size of bead works in favour of this being a quick(ish) peyote project.
The “Glitz” peyote stitch beaded bracelet
You’ll need to know how to do flat even count peyote stitch in order to follow the pattern and make this bracelet. Fear not if what I just wrote sounds like double Dutch to you – simply check out this peyote stitch tutorial on my blog here.
Once you’ve familiarised yourself with this beadweaving technique, you can get the pattern in my Etsy Shop here. It’s priced at £4.99 + VAT (where applicable). Any earnings from my pattern sales goes towards feeding my family (seriously!) plus keeping this blog up and running.
This beautiful bracelet, when made up according to the pattern will measure just over half an inch wide and around 5 and a half inches in length. Once you’ve affixed a clasp like the one I’ve used here in the photos, the bracelet should measure between 6.5 to 7 inches.
When you’ve purchased my peyote pattern on Etsy, you’ll be able to access the following:
Bead legend with colours and bead types used.
Bead chart (visual pattern).
Word chart (row by row).
Materials aren’t included with the pattern, you will need to source your own. But I’ve listed some examples below of the kind of materials you’ll need (most of these are affiliate links).
- Miyuki Delicas Size 10/0 in three different colours (the exact colours and quantities are specified in the pattern).
- Black beading thread – my favourite is Miyuki beading thread – it doesn’t tangle too much! You can always use a brand like Nymo too.
- Beading needle in size 10 or 12.
- I’ve used 13mm gold tone flat ribbon end findings similar to these at both ends of the beadwork, plus a toggle clasp and jump rings. Use a strong jewellery glue such as e6000 to secure the ends of the beadwork into the flat end findings.
- Finally, make sure you’ve got my “Glitz” Beaded Bracelet Pattern!
I hope you like my latest peyote stitch bracelet pattern! If you decide to purchase it, please know that I’m very grateful to you for supporting my work!
Before you go, you might like 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
- “Circles” – Peyote Stitch Bracelet Pattern
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*Images © Craftaholique.