Weave this Penguin Parent and Baby Amulet Bag just as you would any of the Peyote Stitch projects listed above. Because this is an even-count pattern, you may bead it using Flat, Even Count Peyote Stitch or using the instructions in this tutorial on How To Bead Using Even Count Tubular Peyote Stitch.
Something else you may wish to try, is to make a long strip with the pattern, doing so by beginning at the top of the pattern, beading all of the rows until the bottom is reached, then using either a single color, a pattern, or a blend of colors, keep right on with you flat, even count Peyote stitch until you've beaded the same number of rows as for the front of the Amulet bag. Then, fold the bag over at the bottom, stitch the sides together, and there you go!
If you're feeling brave, extend the very top of the bag by beading in ten rows of Peyote Stitch in just one shade of blue before you begin beading the pattern. Once all of the beadwork is complete, including the portion that will become the back of the bag, bead in 10 more rows of Peyote stitch to make the front and back of the bag equal with those additional rows you placed at the beginning.
Next, make a single Peyote Stitch Decrease at the side and bead in two more rows of Peyote Stitch. Then, continue to bead in Peyote Stitch until you have beaded 10 rows with the decrease. Fold the bottom of the bag, bringing the top edge up to the last row of beading before you made your decrease, stitch the sides together, leaving the decreased rows unstitched. There you have it - a flap closure for your new Penguin Parent and Baby Beaded Amulet Bag.