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Beginners’ Peyote Stitch (PDF)

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If you’ve been inspired by beautiful beadweaving projects, but are unsure where to start then fear not! This tutorial is a step-by-step guide to this popular stitch and covers all the basic techniques.

Please note that only techniques are covered in this tutorial, no projects are included. Pieces shown in the photos are for inspiration purposes only.

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If you’ve been inspired by beautiful beadweaving projects, but are unsure where to start then fear not! This tutorial is a step-by-step guide to this popular stitch.

Peyote stitch is a very useful stitch to know and is the basis for many beadweaving projects. It can be used for bracelets, bezels for stones and for creating geometric shapes. Peyote stitch can be worked flat or in the round and there are several variations. It’s a great place to start.

This tutorial covers flat and tubular peyote, odd and even count, two and single needle start and zipping up. It also includes information on all of the kit you need to get started.

Materials required:

  • Japanese seed beads (eg Toho or Miyuki) or Cylinder beads (eg Miyuki Delicas)
  • Beading thread (eg SoNO, OneG, KO, Miyuki, or Superlon)
  • Beading needles
  • Embroidery scissors

Most suitable for beginner beaders. Tutorial includes step by step diagrams, close-up photos where extra explanation is needed and easy to follow instructions.

Please note that only techniques are covered in this tutorial, no projects are included. Pieces shown in the photos are for inspiration purposes only.

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.

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Pattern format

Digital, Printed

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