*Affiliate links are included in this post.
I have another peyote stitch pattern available for you today, for my “Scattered Waves” beaded bracelet! A dramatic design consisting of bold black and white waves and scattered with gold and pink splashes of colour. The made up bracelet would make a great accessory for any outfit – work, casual, dressy or otherwise!
I’ve really been enjoying beading lately, it’s great to do in front of the TV or to help me chill out on an evening. This particular bracelet has been made using the flat even count peyote stitch beadweaving technique. Take a look at this video tutorial if you’re not familiar with peyote stitch.
Peyote stitch is my favourite beadweaving technique. I like the repetitiveness of it and find it very therapeutic!
To make this bracelet as shown in the photos, you’ll need the following materials (affiliate links):
- Miyuki Delicas size 10/0 in black, pink, white and gold colours.
- Nymo beading thread in either white, gold, black or cream.
- Beading needle in size 10 or 12.
- Needle threader (optional but very handy!)
- Flat ribbon end findings for each end of the bracelet
- Jewellery glue such as E6000.
- Toggle bar clasp
- My peyote stitch cuff bracelet PDF pattern.
Peyote Stitch Pattern for “Scattered Waves” Beaded Bracelet
When made up according to the pattern, the finished beadwork will measure around 5.5 inches in length and is just over 1.4 inches wide. The bracelet will measure 6.5 to 7 inches with a toggle clasp added (see the above photo). You can also increase or decrease the length by adding or taking off a few rows of beadwork from the pattern, or adding a few jump rings to extend the clasp.
By the way, if you don’t want to use a toggle bar clasp, you don’t have to! You can create a beaded clasp, use a lobster clasp or use another way of closing the bracelet.
I’ve used a couple of different finishes of Miyuki Delicas for the beads in this bracelet to create an interesting look and texture. The exact colours and bead types can be found in the pattern, which is available in my Etsy shop for £4.99 plus VAT.
Although my craft tutorials here on the blog are free, I do charge for some of my patterns like this one, so that I can keep my blog up and running. The cost of hosting and domain fees, plus materials for craft tutorials adds up over time! So if you do decide to purchase my pattern, please know that I am very grateful to you for supporting my work.
If you purchase this peyote stitch pattern, you’ll receive a digital file containing:
- Bead legend with colours and bead types used.
- Bead chart (visual pattern).
- Word chart (row by row).
- Pattern preview.
You’ll receive the pattern as soon as your PayPal payment has been processed. Unfortunately, materials aren’t included! But you can access what you need quickly and easily through my affiliate links to Etsy above. Etsy is my favourite place to shop online, there are so many fantastic handmade products and craft supplies on there, plus this is a great site to use if you want to help small businesses and artisans.
YES! GIMME THE SCATTERED WAVES PEYOTE PATTERN NOW!
I hope you like the “Scattered Waves” bracelet pattern! Thank you so much in advance if you decide to purchase it.
Before you go, please check out the following related posts!
- Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Pattern – “Ombre Ice” (this is turning out to be a popular post, so I hope you’ll take a look!)
- Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet Pattern – “Rudolph Reindeer”
- Peyote Stitch Cuff Bracelet – “Colourful Argyle” Pattern
*Affiliate links to Etsy 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 photos and pattern © Craftaholique. You may use the purchased pattern to make the above bracelet for personal or commercial use, but you must not resell the pattern itself as the work is copyrighted.
Zen // fashion diy &a crafts blogger says
Hello from Facebook! 🙂 hope your collie and you are having a good day ps this is a great bracelet 🙂
Thanks for stopping by Zen! I really appreciate it. We are having a good day thank you – and I’m really glad you like the bracelet! 🙂
Marina Carbonell says
Hi, I’m trying to buy the pattern, but I need it in pdf since I live in Colombia. Is there any other way to buy it?
Thank you for your answer.
Hi there, many thanks for your interest in my pattern. It’s in PDF format in my Etsy shop – you can get it here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/517522905/peyote-stitch-beading-pattern-beaded?ref=shop_home_feat_3
This is beautiful! The colours you chose are perfect
Thanks so much Lisa, I really appreciate that! 🙂
marcia dunsker says
how do i go about ordering the patterns? i don’t see where to place my order.
Hi there, thanks for browsing my patterns, you can either click on the gold / yellow box above in the article that says “Yes, Gimme the Scattered Waves Peyote Pattern Now” or just go straight to my Etsy shop by clicking this link: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/517522905/peyote-stitch-beading-pattern-for-beaded
Many thanks in advance 🙂
jean solomon says
love your patterns…could you tell me where i might buy the clasps in the picture??
Hello Jean thanks for stopping by! I’ve included a “materials” section in the article above and have linked to examples on Etsy of the supplies you might need – there’s a link to similar clasps within that bit. I’ve found there are some good clasps on Etsy which you can order online, you could also try eBay too or if you have a local bead store, they may be able to source them for you. Hope this helps!