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These patterns were designed by Vivien Hussey at Spoilt Rotten Beads.
This pattern sheet is not intended to be a tutorial to teach you peyote stitch but to show give you some easy to follow odd count peyote charts that you can use to cover your carrier beads.
We recommend that you check out our YouTube video on using carrier beads which will help you to get started.
All of these patterns use odd count peyote and are worked in 48 rows using 11/0 Miyuki Delica Beads using 6lb Fireline Thread and a size 10 beading needle. Add a dab of GS Hypo Cement glue to your carrier beads before slipping on your peyote sleeve – this will keep the peyote sleeve in place.
For the bracelet in this image we have strung our carrier beads on 0.7mm Stretch Magic Elastic and separated the carrier beads with 6mm Preciosa Glass Pearls, but 4mm beads, pearls and firepolish beads work equally well.
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