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How to Peyote Stitch

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Variations of Peyote Stitch:

Flat Peyote Stitch

Flat peyote stitch is worked back and forth across rows. Odd-count peyote stitch is worked from an initial row with an odd number of beads. Flat, odd-count peyote stitch requires a special turn at the end of every other row in order to get into position to continue bead-weaving. There are a few different ways to make this turn, depending on what you want your finished peyote stitch pattern to look like.

Even Count Peyote Stitch

Even-count peyote stitch is worked from an initial row with an even number of beads. Unlike odd-count peyote stitch, there is no special turn needed at the end of every other row in order to continue bead-weaving.

A variation of flat peyote stitch is two-, three-, or four-drop peyote, where a set of two or more seed beads is treated as a single unit. This variation of peyote stitch is very popular with charted patterns for making a peyote stitch bracelet, freeform peyote beading, and sculptural peyote stitch patterns.

 

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