Freestyle Peyote Bracelet

I started this bracelet in a workshop on freestyle peyote and some six hours later decided it was finished. The organic nature of the design allows for more and more to be added, so an end point has to be called at some point! I’m pleased with my first effort, but think I will use less contrasting tones for my next one, and perhaps not start with such small seed beads (they made for a very slow start!). I’m also going to need a sample wrist size for my starting length as mine are a little on the large size for a woman’s bracelet… Feedback and offers to purchase appreciated 😉

4 thoughts on “Freestyle Peyote Bracelet

  1. I think the contrast is lovely and makes it sparkle! I’ve made several peyote bracelets much like this (from a free tutorial on The key is to start the base about 1/2″ longer than you want the final bracelet to be, as it shortens up a little as you work on it. As they say, it’s better to make it too short and lengthen it as it’s almost impossible to shorten them!

    I hope you’ll consider this my entry for the current giveaway (#3). I found your blog via Pinterest as I’ve recently become interested in Zentangles, although I’m also an avid quilter and former beader.

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