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WHAT HAPPENS NEXT BRACELET INSTRUCTIONS DOWNLOAD, (1 unit)

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WHAT HAPPENS NEXT BRACELET INSTRUCTIONS DOWNLOAD, (1 unit)

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WHAT HAPPENS NEXT Bracelet
Designed by: Warren Feld
CBJA-BW1-PEY-01
BEGINNER LEVEL / REFRESHER
-- Bead Weaving Sequence
-- Lesson: Even Count, Flat Peyote
-- B
racelet 

 

A fun way to learn simple flat, even-count peyote, as you explore what happens when you vary bead shapes, sizes, and patterns.

 

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The WHAT HAPPENS NEXT BRACELET
Instructions to make a 7" bracelet

No Kit.

 

Supplies Needed:
2 colors of 10/0 delicas
2 colors of 11/0 delicas
2 colors of 15/0 seed beads
2 colors of 11/0 seed beads
2 colors of 8/0 seed beads
Nymo Thread, size D or C-Lon Thread size D
Clasp
Bees Wax or Microcrystalline Wax
Beading Needles, Size #12

 

 

 

 

FORMAT OPTONS   

 

(1) Instructions Digital Download

 

 

About the Project...

Peyote stitch is a pattern used to weave beads together using a needle and thread. Depending on the stitch technique that is used, the resulting woven pieces could be flat strips, tubes, or flat round shapes, and can be used to create bags, jewelry, images, and other decorative elements. This project teaches you how to do the peyote stitch when you begin with an even number of beads, and your composition is flat.

The stitch pattern takes a slightly different form when you begin with an odd number of beads. And there is a slight variation when stitching peyote in the round or tubular shape. This project does not touch on these variations.

In the flat, even-count peyote stitch, you pick up an even number of beads. This “foundation” row of beads is actually your first two peyote rows. You then pick up one bead, skip over an existing bead, and pass through the next bead in the previous row.

You continue all the way across until you have created what is called a “peyote zipper.” You will see that every other bead will protrude up from the one previous to it. We always want to get the beads in this zipper tightly abutted together. Then you continue this weaving pattern: pick up a bead, pass through the next protruding bead, pick up a bead and pass through the next protruding bead, and so forth.

In this project, about every inch, I change up something about the beads you are using – their shape or size --, when you peyote. This gives you a sense of “What Happens Next.”

 



In the WHAT HAPPENS NEXT Bracelet project...

 

LearnToBead Goals:
- Basics of Flat, Even Count Peyote Stitch
--- How to hold your piece while working it
--- How to create a Peyote "zipper", that is the foundation rows 1 and 2
--- How to count peyote rows
--- How to vary the stitch to get different textures, patterns and more dimensionality
--- How to decrease and increase in peyote
--- How to add a simple picot edge embellishment
--- How to add thread
--- How to finish off your piece
--- How to add a clasp

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

This set of instructions is organized as a series of 
Jewelry Design Choices:
SUPPLIES LIST

Section 1: Alternating Colors, Cylinder Shape
Adding a Stop Bead
Counting Peyote Rows
Section 2: One Decrease
Section 3: Reduce Bead Size, Cylinder Shape
Section 4: Change Bead Shape, Seed Beads
Section 5: Alternate Bead Sizes within Same Row, Seed Beads
Section 6: Alternate Bead Sizes from Row To Row, Seed Beads
Repeat ….
Section 7: One Increase
Repeat ….
Edging
Attach Clasp
Running Our of Thread/Adding Thread/ Snagging Thread-Loop

 

 

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES WHAT HAPPENS NEXT BRACELET
  BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED
TECHNICAL MECHANICS
1. Managing Thread Tension BEGINNER     
2. Holding Your Piece To Work It BEGINNER     
3. Reading Simple Pattern, Figure and/or Graph BEGINNER     
4. Selecting Materials BEGINNER      
5. Identifying Areas of Potential Weakness, and 
Strategies for Dealing With These
BEGINNER      
6. Determining Measurements, including Width and Length of a Piece, Especially In Relationship To Bead Sizes BEGINNER        
7. Finishing Off Threads in Piece or Adding Threads BEGINNER      
    
    
UNDERSTANDING CRAFT BASIS OF STITCH
1. Starting the Stitch BEGINNER      
2. Implementing the Basic Stitch BEGINNER      
3. Finishing Off Your Piece With A Clasp Assembly BEGINNER      
4. Creating Simple Surface Embellishment      
5. Increasing and Decreasing BEGINNER        
6. Working Stitch in Tubular Form      
7. Working Stitch To Create Open (Negative Spaces), and Split Forms       
8. Elaborately Embellishing the Stitch, including Fringes, Edge Treatments, Straps and Connectors      
9. Working Stitch in Circular Form      
10. Working Stitch in 3-Dimensions      
  
  
UNDERSTANDING ART & DESIGN BASIS OF STITCH
1. Learning Implications When Choosing Different Sizes/Shapes of Beads, or Using Different Stringing Materials BEGINNER       
2. Understanding Relationship of this Stitch in Comparision to Other Types of Bead Weaving/Bead Stringing Stitches       
3. Understanding How Bead Asserts Its Need For Color, Using This Stitch      
4. Creating Your Own Design with This Stitch, in Reference to Jewelry Design Principles of Composition      
5. Creating Shapes, Components and Forms with This Stitch, and Establishing Themes      
  
  
BECOMING BEAD WEAVING ARTIST
1. Developing A Personal Style      
2. Valuing or Pricing Your Work      
3. Teaching Others The Stitch      
    

 

 

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1. Customers are allowed to make 3 copies of instructions for personal use
2. Permission is required from LandOfOdds.com, Be Dazzled Beads, or LearnToBead.net, when teaching for fees, with any of our projects

 

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