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Today, I’m sharing my latest beading pattern, which is now available in my Etsy Shop! This one uses the even count tubular peyote technique.
I’ve been wanting to do tubular peyote patterns for a while now, because this technique makes really fun, chunky rope bracelets and necklaces! This particular pattern has a stripe that flows all the way around the bracelet. The colours used, black, white, pink and gold, make this bracelet contemporary and eyecatching.
Classic Stripe tubular peyote bracelet pattern
My pattern for this bracelet includes a word chart (row by row), a visual bead chart, a bead legend and instructions on how to make the bracelet in three different sizes – 6, 7 and 8 inches. In terms of width, the pattern makes a bracelet that is 12mm wide in diameter.
The pattern uses Miyuki Delicas in size 11/0 (exact colours used are detailed in the pattern!). To finish the bracelet, I’ve used gold-tone barrel end caps, secured into place with strong jewellery glue, plus a lobster clasp and extender chain (affiliate links).
I will be posting a tutorial on the blog soon about how to do tubular peyote stitch, in case this is of interest to anyone. In the meantime, you might like to check out some of my other peyote patterns!
Have you tried tubular peyote before? Let me know in the comments below!
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