Pearls and peyote stitch bangle

Pearls and peyote stitch bangle - Pearls add pizazz to a...

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Pearls add pizazz to a Wear them individually or stacked for added interest. by Anna Elizabeth Draeger step by step [ 1 ] On 4 yd. (3.7m) of Fireline, pick up one 8 0 seed bead and seven 8 0 cylinder beads. Repeat the pattern nine times, and center the beads on the Fireline. Sew through the first seed bead and the first cylinder strung to form a ring (photo a) . [ 2 ] Work in circular peyote stitch (Basics) by picking up a cylinder, skipping a cylin- der, and sewing through the next cylinder. Continue in peyote, but when you reach the seed bead, pick up a seed bead instead of a cylinder (photo b) . When the row is complete, step up through the first bead in the new round, and set aside the working thread. These first three rounds of peyote are the inside center rounds, which become the base from which the rest of the bangle is worked. [ 3 ] Pick up the tail and step up through two cylinders, working in the opposite direction of the working thread. Complete a row of peyote using only cylinders,
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