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Peyote Stitch Tutorial Part 1

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Published on May 27, 2009

A beading Tutorial (Part 1) of the Peyote Stitch - even count.

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Tracy Molina
start at 2:05 if you want to get straight to the tutorial
krayziie 1
Thank yu soo much for this tutorial makes my beading mor understanding then reading a book. ;) 
MyBambi77
The music is too loud and I'm having trouble hearing you.
Catcando75
Thanks for making "even peyote stitch" look so simple. The use of the pony beads really allows one a superb view regarding stitch & pattern & informing your viewers the importance of the need for the tail was great. @ 8:36 you identified the space as a "valley", I have also heard it described as "a stitch in a ditch" which I thought was a very cute way to describe filling in any "valley" or after "stepping up" finishing that easy third row. Also, I was taught that if I'm using 11/0 beads you need to go down a needle size e.g, size 10 bead needle preferably short not long & so on, any thoughts on that rule of thumb? Again thanks for making this look so easy & fun!
julie henderson
Where can I buy the key rings with the set up to bead on? Or do u have a tutorial on how to make them? Thanks so much
Karen Cooper
Thank you for helping me get started again on an old project that I've had stashed for many years! Didn't think I would figure out how to get going where I left off but this little video saved the day!
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minnie brains
Can you do a tutorial on how to finish toeing up the peyote stitch please
SparkleSprinkles
The music is amazingly annoying if it's nice or not doesn't really matters it's hard to keep focus on instructions. Really shame would be a good video without music. 
nicole watkins
I ve been trying to look for the key ring with or without tassels. What store do i find them?what website? 
Shelley Gilmore
Thank you for your very clear video on how to do this stitch. Now on to part 2!
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