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I have another beautiful peyote stitch bracelet pattern to share with you today – this one is called “Ocean Haze”!
Maybe I’m just longing for summer to arrive, but I was thinking about the colours of the ocean when I created this bracelet – and how the sea sparkles on a hot sunny day.
Unlike my other bracelet patterns, I’ve used size 11/0 Miyuki Delicas for this one, rather than size 10/0. I figured I need to use up some of my existing stock of beads before I buy any more, seeing as I’ve been going a little crazy purchasing Miyuki Delicas online lately!
And I’m so glad I did, because I absolutely love the colour range I’ve put together for this bracelet. From deep dark purple on one side, to glittering blues in the middle, through to an incredibly delicate pale blue for the other end of the bracelet. Dotted with little flecks of gold throughout. Gorgeous!
How to make the”Ocean Haze” peyote stitch beaded bracelet
You’ll need to know how to do flat even count peyote stitch to make this bracelet. If you’ve never done this before, here’s a tutorial I did for the blog recently! It’s really easy and a fun stitch for beginner beaders to learn.
Once you’re familiar with the flat even count peyote beadweaving technique, check out the pattern for this bracelet in my Esty shop right here. It’s priced at just £4.99 + VAT (where applicable) and all earnings go towards keeping my blog up and running!
When the bracelet is made up, it measures around 5.5 inches in length and just under 1.5 inches in width. When you add a clasp, like I’ve done in the photos here, the bracelet should measure between 6.5 to 7 inches, depending on how many jump rings you use. You can alter the length further though by adding or decreasing a few rows of beadwork at each end.
When you purchase my pattern, you’ll receive the following:
Bead legend with colours and bead types used.
Bead chart (visual pattern).
Word chart (row by row).
Photo of the bracelet to show how it should look made up.
Materials aren’t included with the pattern unfortunately! So I thought it would be helpful to include my affiliate links below to help you find what you need. In particular, check out the clasps I’ve recommended as I know that some of you like to use the same findings as I do for flat peyote bracelets.
Here are the materials you’ll need!
- Miyuki Delicas Size 11/0 in five different colours (exact colours detailed in the pattern)
- Beading thread – I usually use Nymo, but for this bracelet, I worked with Miyuki beading thread (Eggshell colour) and it is FANTASTIC! Hardly any tangles!
- Beading needle size 10 or 12
- For the clasp, I’ve used 35mm gold tone flat ribbon end findings like these with a toggle clasp and jump rings. Plus strong jewellery glue such as e6000 to secure the beadwork into the ribbon ends.
- And don’t forget – my “Ocean Haze” Beaded Bracelet Pattern!
I hope you like this new pattern and that you have fun making the bracelet if you decide to purchase it! If you do, thank you very much in advance for supporting my work in this way.
Before you go, you might also like to look at 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
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*Images © Craftaholique.