In this Karla Kam, I demonstrate a bracelet pattern you have seen me wear in other videos, a random pattern with border flat even count peyote stitched bracelet! Using a random mix of seed beads for the middle of the bracelet, I show you how to create a consistent colored border!
Pleasantly surprised at how easy this video is to follow. I can't wait to try one of my own.
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Questions and Answers
Q:I've got a lot of generic seed bead to use up and this looks like a good way to use them. They are more like the toho seed beeds I bought for a project. I love your videos. They are simple and easy to follow. Thank you for taking the time to put these out there!! Which is better for peyote stitch the Toho or Miyukis?
A: Thank you for the kind words, they are much appreciated! You have posed a very good question. Which is better for peyote stitch the Toho or Miyukis? Some will say the Toho's are better suited or a favorite of bead weavers because they have a large hole which will allow more thread passes and/or you can use thicker threads. Using thicker threads makes them also a favorite among those that knit. Miyikis and Toho seed beads are great beads for peyote and are uniform in size and color. I have not had a chance to use the Toho's yet, but am anxiously awaiting some time too, the colors are fabulous!
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