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Odd Count Peyote Stitch Instructional Video, Part 1

Part Number:VIDEO-0027

I love odd count peyote! This wide cuff application is quite attractive with the symmetrical design you get with peyote stitch. The technique also allows for a great deal of freedom for color play. The stitch starts off similarly to even count, until it is time to turn the corner. So watch and learn as we learn to weave beads with odd count peyote!

In addition to the tools and materials shown below, we'll use a shank button for this project, so you may want to pick one out and have it ready.

Karla Schafer, Auntie's Beads Designer

Materials and Supplies Used in This Video:

6/0 Matte Tr Ruby AB Miyuki Seed Beads
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Fireline Fine Crystal 6 lb. Thread, 50 Yards, .008
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English Beading Needles, Size 10, 4-Pack
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Classic Nipper Tool
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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
I had a helper...
Thanks for all the wonderful videos! I was actually able to learn that turn for odd count peyote. I''''m about 2.25 inches into the bracelet, and it''''s like I''''ve been doing this all my life.
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Reviewed by:  from Tennessee. on 11/14/2010
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You Can Do Odd Count
Thanks to this helpful video I was able to create several bracelets with this stitch. I would not have been able to catch on to the stitch without the help of Karla. From time to time, I come back to this video to review how to begin the stitch and to review the button closure, as well.
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Reviewed by:  from Pennsylvania. on 8/8/2010
5 Stars
Another wonderful video!
Here is another stitch that I just COULD NOT figure out until I watched this video. I have watched other videos. I have gotten books and followed instructions in magazines and just could not figure out this stitch! These videos are FABULOUS! Very clear and easy to follow! Makes the impossible possible!
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Reviewed by:  from Indianapolis, IN. on 6/9/2010
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