This is a digital file
This listing is for the purchase of the pattern only, not the actual finished piece. If you want to order the finished bracelet, send me a message and I will create a private listing for you. The price will be $35.00.
You are buying a pattern in PDF format. The file will be directly downloadable through Etsy. You will see a "Ready to Download" button on the Purchases and Receipt page after your payment confirmation is received.
This pattern was made using Miyuki 11/0 Delica's. You can substitute Toho Treasure cylinder beads. You can also make the pattern using Miyuki or Toho round seed beads. There is a different "texture" between round and cylinder seed beads but both make a beautiful bracelet. The pattern gives quantities for 11/0 cylinder beads.
Please note: I choose the color palette that looks the best on the computer and by also looking at the actual beads. You may choose different colors for your personal touch.
The pattern is Odd Count Single Peyote with 5 bead colors. There are 31 columns which is 1.64" wide. The pattern is 7.5" long and I give instructions on where to stop in the pattern for 5.5", 6.0", 6.5", and 7.0" lengths. The lengths do not include your clasp.
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The PDF file includes:
1. Large image of the pattern.
2. Bead Legend with the color, name, manufacturer number, quantity number and quantity in grams.
3. Bead graph: A large color coded and lettered graph of the pattern.
4. Word chart.
5. I also include pictures of different colorways.
My pattern does not include the directions for attaching a clasp. If you need help, please email me and I will send you information on attaching the clasp. I will be adding this information to my patterns soon.
My pattern does not include directions for the Odd Count Peyote Stitch. There are many tutorials online to learn this stitch. Check out YouTube or one of the beading magazines for instructions on Peyote.