Use geometric beading techniques to stitch edgy square components using Delica beads, seed beads and Czech glass pearls.
The squares can be combined in several ways to create a striking, lightweight pendant which we will finish with a warped square bail.
The completed pendant can be hung on a rope or cord of your choice, or you can use the components for earrings, bracelets or more!
The colour choices are endless – the pattern includes lots of different colourways for inspiration and you can see two of mine here!
As seen on JewelleryMaker TV.
This project is suitable for intermediate beaders. Some experience with peyote is required as the pattern assumes you are familiar with the stitch. If you need help getting started you’ll find my Beginners’ Guide to Peyote Stitch helpful.
- 3mm round glass beads (druks) or glass pearls
- Size 11 Miyuki Delica beads
- Size 15 Miyuki seed beads
- Toning beading thread
- Beading needle and scissors
This pattern is most suitable for intermediate beaders. It is a good introduction to geometric peyote. The tutorial includes computer-drawn diagrams, close-up photos where extra explanation is needed and easy to follow instructions.
While I am happy for you to sell any items you make using this tutorial, I do ask that you credit me as the designer and I kindly ask that you do not copy, teach or share my pattern.
If you choose Digital, then the PDF instructions will be emailed to you within 24 hours once payment has been received, no shipping will be charged. If you choose Printed then a printed copy of the instructions will be sent to you in the post and you will be charged the standard postage cost.