Peyote stitch is a great technique for creating all kinds of patterns. Cynthia dreamed up the pattern for this bracelet and used TOHO Treasure seed beads to make it a reality. The colors are vibrant and eye-catching and the cylinder beads line up nicely in the stitch. See more inspiration for small peyote stitch pieces and even some brick stitch projects in this Artbeads Cafe episode.
Start the first row of odd-count peyote stitch with three TOHO Treasure 11/0 matte dark olive seed beads, five TOHO Treasure 11/0 opaque lustered Navajo white seed beads, and three olive TOHO Treasures, as shown in fig. 1 of the Blackberry Trail PDF Diagram.
Nice choice! All or most of the products needed for this project are shown below with quantities. Sometimes we sell out of components and aren’t able to order more from the manufacturer (we know, it is very disappointing to us, too). Use the opportunity to mix up the design and make it yours by substituting similar products or altering the entire color scheme—it’s up to you!