I will demonstrate the Tubular Peyote Stitch in this weeks Karla Kam using 8/0 seed beads and Firline. I will transform the tube created into a cuff like bracelet using a small magnetic clasp complete with a small catch chain.
Karla Schafer, Auntie's Beads Designer
Materials and Tools Needed:
Miyuki Seed Bead Mix, Blueberry Pie, 8/0- 1 1/2 tubes Or Mix of your choice I will be using two different colors in the video for a clear view of the stitch, I will be using a one tube of the following colors: Miyuki 8-401, Black Miyuki 8-526, Silver Gray Ceylon Fireline Fine Crystal, 6 lb. Thread, 50 Yards, .008 English Beading Needles, Size 10, 4-Pack Small Sterling Magnetic Clasp, 6mm- 1pc Sterling Silver Jump Rings, Open, Bag of 10, 3mm, 20 Gauge- 2pc Silver Plate Cable Chain by the Foot, 2.1mm- 2" Nipper Tool Chain Nose Pliers- 2prs
Karla, your videos make everything look so easy to do. These videos are giving me the courage to try weaving. I like that all the supplies for the project is at the bottom of the video. Another excellent video!
Reviewed by: Sandra Behn from Weaving and Stitching Video.
Clear video. Hands are out of the way and showing work. Voice knowledgeable.
Like: that the beads and findings used are shown at the bottom of the video.
All the variations of Peyote should be a beginners first stitch....a very versatile stitch. Bead & Buttons "Beading Basics, Peyote Stitch" is a basic collection Magazine. Thank you for your great Video's.
Reviewed by: NanC Fenton from Pahrump, NV .
Karla I love your videos, learned regular peyote stitch with your videos, on the tubular my thread shows and it feels squishy sorta like a kumihimo? have i done something wrong? Karla's Response:You can change the thread color to what best matches the beads, however it will show to some extent. Keep in mind that tension needs to be maintained, but I really don't remember that tube being very stiff. So if it feels a bit "squishy" that that is okay. If you want it firmer, you could possible run some tubing into the middle of it. Hope that helps. Thanks!
Reviewed by: debbie handley from indian trail north carolina.
perfect, as always
all these videos helped me learn weaving and this is no exception. I wish Mrs. Schäfer would make a whole series to buy or something...
Reviewed by: Susanne from Ellerbek, Germany.
I''''ve been attempting to learn a little bit of weaving, but I haven''''t been very good at hit. This video helped me make my first completed project!!! Thank-You Auntie''''s! I''''m so happy with my bracelet :)
Reviewed by: Kisa from Huntsville AR.
Hi Karla I love your videos My husband will come into the office and say "are you watching that girl again" heeheee
Reviewed by: Ragina from Tennessee.
Tubular peyote bracelet
I learned the basic peyote stitch from Aunties and thought I would progress to the tubular peyote. Once again I was not disappointed! Easy to follow and my bracelet tuened out awesome!
Reviewed by: Sarah from IN.
tubular peyote bracelet video
i love this video. I already made 5 of them thank you for this video
Reviewed by: stephanie from jewelry making videos.
thank you for this tubular peyote video it was very helpful! Do you have instructions for the green stone ring u were wearing?
Reviewed by: kimberly from ga.
Tubular Peyote Bracelet
I made this bracelet using Gold and Silver seed beads. It looked so classy! It was easier to make than I thought. I got so many compliments when I used it. Thanks Karla, for opening up a whole new world of jewelry-making for me!!
Reviewed by: Gloria from Redondo Beach, CA.