2-Hole Tubular Peyote Stitch



  • 2-Hole Tubular Peyote Stitch (Tutorial)
This tutorial from PotomacBeads teaches you step-by-step how to use seed beads to make a hollow (tubular) peyote stitch. This is a great introductory stitch for making three dimensional pieces, and can even be used with patterns. Click the video to learn more! The designer's suggested colors & materials for ~7.5-inch (19cm) wrist:
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 8/0 - Matte Transparent Chartreuse

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    Materials Used To make The  Project

    Quick Project Steps

    Setup: Cut a length of beading thread and thread your needle. Attach a stop bead.
    Starting the Stitch: Begin with a pattern of an 11/0 seed bead, a two-hole bead, and repeat, forming a circle by passing through the first added bead.
    Building the Tube: Continue adding two-hole beads and 11/0 seed beads, alternating and stepping up at the end of each row to form a tubular shape.
    Adjusting for Pattern: To create a spiral pattern, alternate the order of beads with each row. For a straight pattern, maintain the same order.
    Finishing: To finish, connect the ends to form a bangle or attach clasps as desired, ensuring the pattern is continuous and seamless.
    Additional Tips: Maintain even tension throughout to ensure uniformity in the stitch.

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