Peyote Wave Collier

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A futuristic, elegant Collier made with peyote stitch and Size 8 Delicas. Add colorful daggers and you're on your way!

Step-by-step instructions with illustrations showing you everything you need to know to make this lovely collier. You can add a gorgeous, large clasp to wear front or back, or a more simple clasp to show off the beautiful folds and daggers.

Gold and silver make beautiful base colors for the collier, as shown in the photos. For a more reflexive quality, use Hex beads, or a more fabric-like quality, use standard delicas. Or make both!



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    (5)
    Apr 30, 2018 by Manola Del Grande
    Mar 16, 2018 by Manola Del Grande
    A very good tutorial. Getting close to completion, but will have to wait for the perfect clasp. I am enjoying every aspect of this lovely piece.
    Nov 2, 2015 by Carlayne Baxter
    Clear beading pattern instructions. Looking forward to making it.
    Oct 9, 2013 by sdem
    pattern is easy to understand
    Mar 21, 2013 by A fellow maker

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Payment should be made via PayPal to laurie@glynn.ch. Thanks in advance!


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Due to the electronic nature of the tutorials, there can be no refund. If you have any questions about the tutorials or problems with the instructions, please just let me know and I'll be happy to help you!


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The PDF I send you is for your personal use only. Please do not copy, lend or otherwise distribute the document.

Feel free to sell your version of the item to friends and at craft shows. Mass production is expressly forbidden. You may also sell your version online, but you must include a credit to me, as the designer, and a link to the tutorial from which you made the item.

Experimentation is fun, so feel free to alter the tutorial to suit your own needs! But even so, a short credit to me as the inspiration would be greatly appreciated!

If you have any questions or issues with a tutorial, please contact me anytime. Feedback is welcome.

I am grateful for your interest!