*Affiliate links are included in this post.
I have another peyote stitch beading pattern for you today – this is for my cuff bracelet, “Angular Splendour”!
This is such a striking and pretty bracelet to make, in dramatic colours of black, gold and pink. It’s made using the flat even count peyote technique – if you’re not sure how to do this, check out this tutorial on the blog!
If you’re new to beadwork, peyote is a good stitch to start off with. It’s repetitive, so after a few rows, you’ll get the hang of it. I must warn you – peyote is rather addictive and you may soon become a peyote addict like me!
Anyway, to make this bracelet, you’ll need the following materials (affiliate links):
- Miyuki Delicas size 10/0 (colours and types used are specified in my pattern).
- Nymo beading thread in gold or black.
- Size 10 or 12 beading needle.
- My peyote stitch cuff bracelet PDF pattern.
Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet – Angular Splendour
When the bracelet is made up according to the pattern, it will measure around 5.5 inches in length. Once you’ve added a clasp (like the toggle clasp I’ve used – see pics), the bracelet will extend another inch or so, from 6.5 to 7 inches.
If you need a longer or shorter size, you can adjust the beadwork easily by adding in or missing out a few rows at each end of the bracelet. You can also go for a different clasp too which will have an impact on the size.
The pattern for this bracelet is available NOW in my Etsy shop for just £4.99 plus VAT! The reason I charge for some of my beading patterns is to help keep my blog up and running. It doesn’t usually cost a great deal to run a blog, but there are a few costs that need to covered, such as the materials I invest in so I can publish craft tutorials! Plus any earnings help me to support my family too!
When you purchase this pattern, you’ll receive a digital file that includes:
- Bead legend with colours and bead types used.
- Bead chart (visual pattern).
- Word chart (row by row).
- Pattern preview.
Once your PayPal payment has been received on Etsy, you’ll be emailed the pattern, so you can get started once you’ve got your beads etc together!
Please note that materials aren’t included with my pattern! But don’t worry, I’ve included my handy affiliate links above in the materials list to help you source what you need.
READY TO START BEADING? GET THE “ANGULAR SPLENDOUR” BRACELET PATTERN HERE!
Hope you like my latest pattern and if you decide to purchase it, you’ll be in for a treat – a few days of glorious beading! Seriously though, I really appreciate you supporting my work in this way. It means the world to me!
Before you go, you might want to take a look at some of my other peyote patterns!
- 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
*Affiliate links are included in this post. This means that if you make a purchase through one of my links, I will earn a small commission at no cost to you. I only ever recommend products that I think are great and any commissions help me to keep this site up and running. Thank you for using my links if you’re able to.
*Image source: all images taken and owned by Craftaholique.
Carol Lewis says
You do not provide a link for the clasp. Do you regularly use the jagged ends for peyote? Regards Carol P.S. I live in the UK.
Hello, the clasp is made up of flat ribbon ends, a few jump rings and a toggle clasp. Check out these links for starters to give you an idea:
When using the flat ribbon ends, you’ll need to glue them into place with a strong jewellery glue like e6000. Hope this helps!
Could I make a constructive comment. It would be good to say if the first row was T the top or bottom so it would match the second page. Unfortunately I started and the bottom and it didn’t match the second page.
Hi Karen, thanks for the comment! Did you use the bead chart (not the row by row chart) when you did this? If you follow the row by row chart from the beginning, you’ll always be starting at the right place. I’ll bear in mind your comment for future patterns.