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Peyote Stitch Triangle – New!

Ingredients

11/0 Miyuki Delica Beads – we’ve used three different colours in our diagrams to make it easier for you to see what to do

Size 10 or Size 12 Beading Needle

Beading Thread such as Fireline or S-Lon D thread.

Step 1.

String 1.5 meters of thread onto your needle and pick up three beads, tie a double knot and leave a short tail.

Step 2.

Stitch through the first three beads again

Step 3.

Pick up two beads and stitch through the next bead in the triangle:

Step 4.

Pick up two beads and stitch through the next bead in the triangle:

Step 5.

Pick up two beads and stitch through the very first bead you added in this round:

Step 6.

Step up to start the next row by stitching through the first two beads strung in the previous row.

Step 7.

Pick up one bead. Pass through the last bead in the previous row.

Step 8.

On the corner, pick up two beads. Stitch through the next bead in the previous row.

Step 9.

Pick up one bead, and continue towards the corner until the thread has passed through the first of two corner beads from the previous row.

Step 10.

To turn the corner, pick up two beads and pass through the second corner bead from the previous row.

Step 11.

Pick up one bead. Stitch through the first of a pair of corner beads from the previous row.

Step 12.

On the corner, pick up two beads. Stitch through the second of the pair of corner beads from the previous row.

Step 13.

Step up by stitching through the first single bead strung in the previous row.

Step 14.

Pick up one bead and stitch through the first corner bead strung in the previous row.

Step 15.

To turn the corner, pick up two beads and stitch through the second corner bead from the previous row.

Step 16.

Continue across the row by stitching one bead in between each of the next two “up” beads and stitch through the first of the two beads that form the corner in the previous round.

Step 17.

To turn the corner, pick up two beads and stitch through the second corner bead from the previous round.

Step 18.

Pick up one bead and stitch through the first of the two corner beads from the previous row.

Step 19.

To turn the corner, pick up two beads and stitch through the second of the two corner beads from the previous row.

Step 20.

Pick up one bead, and stitch through the next bead in the previous row.

Step 21.

Continue in the same manner adding rows of beads until your peyote triangle is the desired size.

Step 22.

To finish off weave a few inches of thread back through the piece.

Step 23.

Use your thread cutter or beading scissors to trim the thread along an edge or on a corner.

Step 24.

Well done – you can now stitch a peyote triangle!

Please respect our copyright – The instructions and diagrams in this tutorial are the copyright of Spoilt Rotten Beads.

This tutorial is for personal use only and not to be used for teaching or commercial purposes without the written permission of Spoilt Rotten Beads.

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