Peyote Stitch Flower Pattern

£5.00

Peyote stitch flower pattern designed by Katie Dean. Suitable for improving beaders, although as a beginner, you could give this pattern a try. The project uses basic Right Angle Weave to capture a Rivoli, then works in peyote stitch to add petals. You can turn this into a brooch or pendant. You will need size 11 and size 15 Delicas and a 14mm Rivoli.

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Peyote stitch flower pattern to make a pendant or brooch. This peyote stitch flower pattern has been designed by Katie Dean. It is suitable for anyone who wants to develop their basic peyote stitch skills. The project requires a 14mm Rivoli and a selection of size 11 Delicas, plus a few size 15 seed beads. You can complete this peyote stitch flower pattern in a little over two hours. Allow more time if you are a less experienced beader.

About the Peyote stitch flower pattern

I designed this flower as a decoration for my brother’s wedding cake. He and his fiancée wanted some personal touches to their day. So they asked if I would make something to add to their cake.

After liaising with the lady making the cake, we decided that a flower a little over an inch in diameter would be the perfect idea. It created a focal point on the ribbon around the top tier of the cake. I made my original flower in royal blue and white to match the colour scheme for the day. Happily, my brother and his fiancée were very pleased with my efforts.

I liked the project so much that I decided to write up my peyote stitch flower pattern. So, as you can see from the photo, I have since made it in different colour schemes. This is certainly a project that lends itself to any colour scheme you choose. My original royal blue and white version used a strongly contrasting colour scheme. Since then, I have experimented with peyote stitch flower patterns in more analogous colourings.

The instructions will take you through step-by-step. Each step is accompanied with either a diagram or detailed photo to guide you through the techniques. You will begin with a very basic Right Angle Weave, but the majority of the project is made in peyote stitch. You’re going to make each petal using the same technique. So this is a great project for practising and reinforcing your skills. The pattern also advises you how to turn your flower into a brooch or pendant.

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