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  • Beading: Twisted Peyote Beading Pattern, Part 1

Beading: Twisted Peyote Beading Pattern, Part 1

  • Fri, February 12, 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Today we will be learning a new way to construct beaded ropes. The Peyote with a Twist (PWAT) stitch, originally developed by Gerlinde Lenz, resembles the look of bead crochet but is stitched up with a modified peyote technique. The pattern we’ll be using has been designed by Cara and Lane Landry,  and can be purchased from https://www.etsy.com/listing/733519355/peyote-with-a-twist-pwat-tutorialdiy

We will stitch the beginning strip of flat peyote and begin the twisted section; in May we will finish the rope and attach the clasp.

For a bracelet with a diameter up to 8.5”, you will need the following supplies:

  • A copy of the pattern
  • One size 8 bead for stopper bead
  • 5 grams size 11 seed beads, color A
  • 5 grams size 11 seed beads, color B
  • 3 grams size 11 seed beads, color C
  • 2 grams size 11 seed beads, color D
  • Clasp
  • Favorite beading thread, equivalent to Nymo size B or D
  • Size 10-12 beading or sharp needle
  • Usual beading supplies



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