3g in each of 10 colors

• nylon beading thread conditioned with Thread


Peyote stitch tube

[1] On 2 ft. (61cm) of conditioned rhread (Basics, p. 10), pick up a stop bead (Basics), leaving a 6-in. (15cm) tail. Pick up 12

cylinder beads of a single color, and work 12 rows of

(Basics). The completed peyote strip should be 12 cylinders wide, with six cylinders on each flat edge.

[2] Zip up (Basics) the ends of the strip to form a tube. Remove the stop bead. Securc the tails with a few half-hitch knots (Basics) between beads, and trim.

[3] Repeat steps 1 and 2 to make 30 peyote tubes, three in each of ten colors. Set one aside to use as a toggle bar. To adjust the length of the bracelet, make more or fewer tubes as needed. When lined up side by side, the tubes should be approximately up two tube beads (figure 1,

Vi in. (1.3cm) short of the a-b). Working in ladder stitch desired length. (Basics), sew through both tubes again (b-c).

Assembly [3] Continue joining the

[1 ] Arrange the tubes side remaining tubes (c-d), and by side as desired. exit one end of the last tube. [2] On 3 yd. (2.7m) of thread, [4] To make the decorative leave a 12-in. (30cm) tail. Pick edge, pick up three 8° seed

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