Beading with Peyote Stitch
Here is everything the beader needs to know about using peyote stitch to create both flat and three-dimensional pieces. Thread, beads, graphing techniques, and five projects are thoroughly explained, and a brief history, with photographs, describes the differences between today's stitch and the Native American original. The highlight of the book is a full-color photo gallery of peyote-stitched beadwork by the authors and 20 other nationally known artists, sure to inspire both the beginning and the veteran beadworker.
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add a bead Add five beads add one Delica Add two beads added bead anchor bead added bead and pass bead Figure Bead Weaving beads total beadwork Beady Eyed begin big bead bottom bowl Cache-sex California circle continue beading create cuff decrease Delica beads diagonal doubled thread embellish Encinitas finish the row five Delica flat peyote fringe hole increase Jeannette Cook keeper bead knot large bead larger bead last bead lavender Lemon Grove loop master bead narrow beads Native American necklace number of beads odd number pass back patch pattern peyote stitch piece previous row pull the thread Repeat row and step row beads run your needle Sculptural Peyote seal knots seam second row seed beads shape single thread skip strand of beads strap tail thread techniques third row three beads triangle beads tube tubular peyote turn and pass two-bead types of beads ultrasuede Vicki Star weave wire