The colors in this peyote stitch bracelet are so delicate. They inspired me to finish the edges with a picot edge and add a whimsical Czech glass button as a closure.
The colors in the Chambray Blush Artbeads Designer Blend bring together soft and sophisticated blue with sweet rose gold. Cynthia used these seed beads in a random pattern for the body of her peyote stitch bracelet, but then added a shining picot edge using only the rose gold beads. As this bracelet shows, whether you mix and match the colors or separate them out, Artbeads Designer Seed Bead Blends are wonderful options for your designs. Discover more inspiration for using Artbeads Designer Blends in your jewelry designs in this Artbeads Cafe episode.
Start an even-count peyote stitch bracelet by stringing ten seed beads from the Artbeads Chambray Blush Designer Blend onto your thread. These beads will become the first two rows of five in your peyote stitch bracelet. To learn how to create an even-count peyote stitch, take a look at tutorial video with Leslie Rogalski. Continue the peyote stitch until the bracelet is the desired length.
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!