Beginner Tubular Peyote Pattern for a Beaded Bead

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This beginner tubular Peyote pattern is quick and easy to follow. You will learn how to make a simple beaded bead, following a tubular Peyote pattern chart.

Materials

You just need a few seed beads for this project. You should use three colours of your choice. I made my samples with size 11 seed beads. This gave me beaded beads that are about 1/2″ (1.5cm) long.

But the project will work with any size of seed beads or delicas. So, if you are a complete beginner, I suggest you start by using size 8 seed beads. These will be a good size to handle and allow you to see what you’re doing.

Then, you also need you favourite beading thread.

If you need any of these materials, you can find them all in my beading supplies here.

Experience and Techniques.

I think the product title may give this away! This is a beginner tubular peyote pattern. So, yes, it is suitable for anyone from beginners and upwards.

You are going to be working exclusively in tubular Peyote stitch. I have given you both written and picture charts to use for this.

If you want to find out more about the techniques, you can check out this blog>>

Why this beginner tubular Peyote pattern is so good!

I get a lot of requests for beginner level patterns, across all techniques. Now, tubular Peyote is a lovely technique to learn. You will find it used in both jewellery and dimensional projects.

I happen to think that beaded beads are a great way for beginners to learn any technique. So, with this pattern, you’re not just going to learn tubular peyote, you will also learn how to follow a pattern chart.

I’ve included detailed instructions to suit all types of learner. So, this really is a great beginner level pattern. Or, if you’re more experienced, it’s also a great stash-busting project. Perfect for using up lots of leftover seed beads!

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