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How to Make a Peyote Stitch Ring

Using Even-Count Peyote Stitch
designed by Artbeads
Skill LevelBeginner
Time1-3 hours
Learn how to make a peyote ring that you can wear on your finger or use as a slider bead on leather or cord.
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Peyote stitch rings are fun to make and comfortable to wear. With the uniform shape of the Delica beads, you can use the smallest size without difficulty. It's great to practice and they work up quickly. You could be wearing a new ring in less than a couple of hours. Let's get started. These rings are created using an even-count Peyote stitch in size 15 or 11 Delicas. The beads come in amazing mixes that are pleasing alone. A solid color looks cool too!

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Add all available items to your cart at once or edit the quantities below. 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!
Artbeads Driftwood Designer Blend, 11/0 Miyuki Delica Seed Beads
Code ADB0010
Material Glass Brand Artbeads, Miyuki Hole Size 0.8mm Sold in Tubes Place Of Origin Japan
1 $9.99
Sorry, this item is out of stock.
The BeadSmith Smoke Gray FireLine - 50 Yards (6-Pound Test)
Code FL06SG50
Material Synthetic Fiber Brand FireLine Thickness 6-Pound Test Sold on Spools Place Of Origin USA More Measurements 50 yards
1 $9.29
The BeadSmith 2-Inch 12 Long English Beading Needles 4-Pack
Code NEED-05
Brand BeadSmith Dimensions 2" Length, Size 12 Sold by the Pack Place Of Origin United Kingdom
1 $2.79
Sorry, this item is out of stock.
Ring Mandrel
Code TOOL-615
1 $4.09
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