Even Count Peyote Bracelets Tutorial

Even count peyote bracelets are wonderful “instant gratification” jewelry projects.  Not only is peyote beading easy, but it works up fast.  And it also lends itself well to embellishments, so you can dress up and dress down as you like.

How about taking a look at this project, based on flat even count peyote.

Three Bracelets, Six Looks

In this tutorial, you’ll find three bracelets, of which I also did one variation each.  That means six bracelets for you to learn about and enjoy stitching!

The projects are

  • Exploring All Angles: a journey into using triangle seed beads in your work.  With this lovely project, you also learn to make your very own peyote toggle clasp!  In the variation, you learn about using matagama (“drop”) beads as well.
  • Catch the Wave: this undulating bracelet makes me think of the ocean, with swells rising and falling.  In the primary example, I made it in seashore colors.  In the variation, I show you a more angular look, if that’s what intrigues you.  And the angular look has a bit more texture as well.
  • Elegant Intrigue: Turn a plain peyote bracelet into a show-stopper!  You’ll use bead embroidery on this project.  And on the variation (which I’ve dubbed, “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”), you’ll take that embroidery up a notch!

Want to see the bracelets included in this tutorial “live”?  Here’s a video I did about the bracelets, so you can see them better.

The ebook is 45 pages long, chock full of photos (89 of them, all in color) and has detailed instructions.

There are photos with some extreme close-ups of where exactly you need to place your needle and thread- no guessing.

Now this tutorial does assume you know the basics of even count peyote, but if you’re new to it, don’t worry.  (I have a free tutorial that teaches you the basics of even count flat peyote, so you’re good there.)

So, anything else you need to know?  Read on…

OK, How Do I Buy?

Simply click the “Add to Cart” button (which accepts all major credit cards, PayPal, etc.) and you’ll get an instant download — no waiting. You’ll get a link to the download after you’ve completed your purchase (as well as an email with the link information).

Simple, quick and get it any time of the day or night!  (Remember, since this is an ebook, you don’t get a copy in the mail.  But on the other hand….you don’t have to wait for the mail delivery either!)

The Even Count Peyote Bracelets tutorial is a mere $4. It’s delivered to you as an ebook, so the download is pretty much immediate.  The ebook is about  1MB in size.

Of course, this ebook is meant for you, and you alone, so please don’t share it (thanks). And because it’s an electronic product, all sales are final.

Are you ready for the even-count peyote bracelets tutorial ebook that will have you creating gorgeous jewelry of your own in no time at all? Then just click the button and order yourself a copy of the ebook. (P.S. — it’s a secure checkout which supports Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Paypal.)

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6 Responses to Even Count Peyote Bracelets Tutorial

  • Tammi clapper says:

    My first try at peyote (with the help of your tutorial, thank you so much it is so easy to follow) but my question is my stitches don’t look alternating, like a peyote should am I pulling the thread too tight?

    • admin says:

      Hi Tammi,

      I’m glad that you liked the tutorial! I’m going to contact you via email, to see if you can get a photo of your work, so I can see what it looks like.

      Peyote does usually look alternating, except for perhaps the first few rows. However, the smaller the seed beads used, the less alternating it will look. I use size 8 seed beads for my tutorial so it’s easy to see the up and down pattern.

      Tammi, look for an email from me. :)

      Gail

  • Deborah says:

    I haven’t even bought the tutorials yet. I’m planning on it. I love the way you teach.
    I liked the way you handled the Lady with the question above.
    Thanks so much for sharing on You Tube. Y.T. is a wonderful place.
    My Husband and I are getting our nerve up to start sharing as well.
    My husband is a poet.
    Blessings thanks again, Deborah Bergen

    • admin says:

      Hi Deborah,

      Thanks so much for your kind words, and I hope you enjoy the tutorials when you have them! :)

      Best wishes,

      Gail

  • Lunda Smith says:

    Hello Gail,

    Thank you for giving some of us non-beaders the opportunity to purchase your tutorials. I just found your website, and love your jewelry! I will soon place an order! You are one talented lady and your teaching is awesome!

    Linda Smith
    Greenville, SC

    • admin says:

      Hi Linda,

      Thanks so much for your kind words — I appreciate them! :)

      Glad I can be of help, and I hope to have more videos/tutorials ready in the next month. Beading is such fun, and I enjoy teaching others!

      Gail

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