Mastering Peyote Stitch: 15 Inspiring Projects

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"F+W Media, Inc.", Dec 11, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
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With interest in beadweaving on the rise, Mastering Peyote Stitch provides a much-needed look into the most integral technique--peyote stitch. With 15 styles in all, beading geniuses will finally have an accessible, easy-to-understand guide to one of the fundamentals of beadweaving, brought to you courtesy of Beadwork Editor Melinda Barta.

In the "Peyote Basics" chapter, you will learn the basics of creating flat peyote bands, then advance to circular and tubular variations, eventually learning to fashion dimensional jewelry pieces. Once you've mastered the basics, Melinda dives into designing dimensional jewelry pieces. Additional chapters cover combining peyote with other popular beadweaving techniques (right-angle weave, herringbone, and bead embroidery) and creating unique edgings and embellishments for finished pieces. Melinda, together with Beadwork's Designers of the Year, including Jean Campbell, Lisa Kan, Carole Ohl, Melanie Potter, Jean Power, Cynthia Rutledge, and Sherry Serafini, demonstrates a range of styles in 15 beautiful jewelry projects.

  

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Mastering Peyote Stitch: 15 Inspiring Projects

User Review  - Nanette Donohue - Book Verdict

Barta (editor, Beadwork magazine) explores the three variations of peyote stitch (flat, tubular, and circular) in this collection of patterns that showcase the versatility of this simple stitch. After ... Read full review

Contents

Flat Peyote
6
Circular Peyote
26
Tubular Peyote
48
Peyote Extras
98
Finishing Touches
138
Contributors
156
Project Resources
157
Start Shopping
158
Index
159
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About the author (2012)

Melinda Barta is editor of Beadwork magazine. In her Beadwork column, Custom Cool, she teaches beaders of all skill levels how to create custom components using beadweaving stitches. Melinda is the author of the best-selling books Custom Cool Jewelry (Interweave, 2008) and Hip to Stitch (Interweave, 2005) and coauthor of Mixed Metals (Interweave, 2009).

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