Discover 5 free flat peyote stitch patterns using techniques like 3-drop peyote stitch and odd count peyote, as well as flat even count peyote tutorials.
There are tons of Peyote Stitch variations. You can create anything from flat to tubular pieces of jewelry using this bead weaving technique.
Today, I’m going to zero in and give you 5 flat Peyote Stitch patterns. These are all video tutorials so you can easily see what’s going on and recreate these beautiful pieces of jewelry for yourself.
The tutorials range from beginner to intermediate but I think they’re clear enough that anyone can follow along.
5 Flat Peyote Stitch Patterns
1. Even Count Peyote Striped Ring Tutorial by Orchid And Opal Jewelry & Beads
This is a simple ring tutorial that uses two colors of 11/0 Delica beads. It’s a great Peyote Stitch pattern for beginners.
2. Even Count Peyote Stitch Carrier Beading Tutorial by Spoilt Rotten Beads
Carrier beads are two-hole pillow-shaped beads that measure 9 x 17 x 5 mm. They are made to accommodate a strip of flat peyote stitch around their surface.
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In the tutorial below, you’ll learn how to cover these beads. You can find the free patterns used in the video here.
3. Odd Count Three Drop Peyote Stitch by Off The Beaded Path
In this video, Kelly shows you how to complete 3-Drop Odd Count Peyote Stitch. It’s a mouthful and sounds complicated but it’s not so bad once you understand basic Odd Count Peyote Stitch.
I really love the design that she shows and you can download the free pattern here.
4. Twist Bracelet Tutorial by Kara’s Jewellery Vlog
I ADORE this Flat Even Count Peyote bracelet. It’s definitely one of my favorite Peyote Stitch patterns that I’ve seen.
This bracelet tutorial probably will take a lot of thread though so don’t say I didn’t warn you.
5. Twist Ring Tutorial by Kara’s Jewellery Vlog
This is the matching Peyote ring to go with the previous beaded bracelet pattern. It features the same twisted focal point as the bracelet. So, make one or the other or go ahead and make the complete set.
These flat Peyote Stitch patterns are stunning and show the versatility of the beading technique.
Here are some Peyote Patterns from The Bead Club Lounge: