Free Patterns in Peyote Stitch
Various animal such Buffalo, Elephant, Mountain Lion, Penguin and Owl are featured here as patterns in brick, Peyote and loom.
Make this cute antique beaded typewriter key pendant to wear alone or with other beaded necklaces.
Great tutorial for making a basic "Bitty Bead" by Red Ventling, Bitty Bead Queen.
Bead a little 3-d Beaded Turtle with seed beads and Flat Round Peyote Stitch
Learn how to cover a wooden bead with tubular peyote stitch. This has been one of my most requested topics!
A simple way to get started covering bottles in peyote stitch.
A simple method for creating bicone shaped beaded beads.
Dress up an otherwise plain garment with beaded button covers. Look here for instructions.
A cute addition to a beaded garden would be the Peyote stitch beaded snake, using this free bead pattern.
A beautiful three dimensional Bearded Iris, one of the Heralds of Spring.
Make this light and lovely little Berry Bracelet using your choice of Peyote Stitch or Square Stitch.
Cute Bingo Pattern Amulet bag free bead pattern by Spotlight Artist Lisa Ring.
This serene Buddha amulet bag bead pattern was designed by Mary Tafoya, AKA Aunt Molly.
Pick up a wonderful cell phone pouch pattern designed by Rita Sova.
An adorable "Christmoose" pattern, from Jeanette Shanigan!
This charming Daffodil Fairy amulet bag bead pattern was designed by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough.
Divine and sublime Dolphin Dreams amulet bag with the "fringe fish".
Make this incredibly beautiful Elephant pattern, courtesy of Ann Paxton.
Beautiful, waving flag amulet bead designed by Cheryl Assemi of The Beadgang.
Make this lovely flag pattern by Karen Jenner using either Peyote stitch or square stitch.
Use Peyote Stitch to make this fun Flame Bracelet and you get to color outside the lines, too. Designed by Cecilia Prado AKA InkChick.
Adorable Floating Hearts Amulet Bag pattern in two-drop Peyote, designed by Dona Anderson.
A whimsical walk in the woods is what best describes this delightful bead patterns from Charlene Hughes AKA Beadyboop.
Make this sweet little Forget Me Not amulet bag in Peyote Stitch with Delica beads. Try Japanese or Czech size 11/0 seed beads of a slightly different look.
Using a base of Peyote, this freeform bracelet relies on loops and symmetry; even though it looks like a jumble, it is really very structured.
Make a freeform Peyote beaded bracelet with leftover of beads from other beading projects, plus a focal bead and some additional accent beads.
Another Geisha, this one with a very Imperial purple background, also designed by Sigrid Wynne Evans.
Gorgeous Geisha with a red background bead pattern designed by Sigid Wynne Evans.
Cute matching Amulet bags and earring sets featuring a ballerina, a figure skater and a fun little faiery!
Elegant beaded Amulet Bag pattern in gold and white, designed by Christime Manes.
Luscious Amulet bag design using Peyote Stitch, designed by Bobbi Assemi of The Bead Gang.
A bunch of Halloween patterns inspired by ideas sent by readers. Thanks to all for the creative contributions!
More Halloween stuff: a bat, a skull, a witch and a black cat!
Subtle, stunning and sweet - this is one you've been saving the 24K Delicas for! Designed by Carole Sweet of the Bead Gang.
Great earring patterns suitable for Christmas, Chanuka, Kwanzaa and Yule.
Fall's bountiful harvest: 3D pumpkins and Indian Corn, for great Autumnal jewelry and gifts.
Find out how to wrap a rock with flat round peyote.
Say Aloha to this little Hula girl.
This lovely Lighthouse bead pattern is a study in warm and cold - the cold windswept coast and the warmth of the welcoming beacon.
With some "can't miss" instructions by Red Ventling, the Bitty Bead Queen!
Use Peyote stitch with multiple increases and decreases to bead this intricate Abstract Peyote project designed by Linda Breyer aka "Morticia" of Morticia's Magical Bead Tour. If the increases and decreases are a bit much for your eyes, choose a background color and bead this into a square using odd-count Peyote stitch to center the image. Beautiful!
Inspired by Henna tattooing, this easy Peyote stitch bracelet will look like the real thing.
A tiny Easter basket made from flat round Peyote.
Make this cute Moose Nugget Factory beaded amulet bag with this pattern by Jeanette Shanigan.
Gorgeous Mother Nature Peyote Stitch Amulet Bag is designed in subtle shades of green by the very talented Cheryl Assemi of The Bead Gang.
A variety of animal patterns, as requested by readers.
More Peyote Stitch pattens as requested by readers.
Pretty fuchsia earring that look like the real thing!
Make this red, white and blue bracelet with a heart of gold - your heart and the heart in the center of the pattern. Change the colors to two shade of pink and you have a wonderful Breast Cancer awareness bracelet. How cool is that?
The Milagro-inspired Sacred Heart amulet bag pattern is given here.
Here is the Peyote Stitch version of the "She Stands Tall" pattern designed by Margie Deeb.
Here's a miniature angel to make.
With a brief history of the Druids, snakes, the Church and St. Patrick.
This lovely Two of Pentacles AKA Two Of Coins tarot cars bead pattern was designed by Pat Savu.
Sweet and lovely violet amulet bag free bead patterns for flat, even-cpount Peyote stitch, designed by Catherine Vondehuevel.
Brenda Whitehead designed this sweet Amulet bag depicting her family parrot, Watson.
This lovely Winter Steeples bracelet always takes me back to a winter's night scene in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
A wonderful zigzag pattern for an Amulet Bag, done in Peyote stitch and designed by Connie Bell of the Bead Gang.
Some beautiful flowers for Tubular Peyote are here, as well as a gorgeous Sunburst bag pattern. If you like big bright flowers, don't miss these!
Very cool patterns, especially the Celtic Knots and The Weaver. Can't wait to try them. Check monthly for new patterns.
Four pages of fabulous patterns! Lots of animals and on Page 2 there is an adorable Valentine pattern, too!
Breathtaking ornament covers, done in Peyote stitched panels around the ball. Go look, these are just incredible. Patterns are very reasonably priced, and there's still time to make at least one before Christmas!
Another great floral, this one for Peyote Stitch. I love the Iris, and this pattern is just adorable. Look around this site for more cool patterns, too.
From Moonstone, AKA Kristi from Spokane, WA, comes this gorgeous "Blue Poppie" amulet bag pattern. I just love the colors she used, and it's done in 14/0's! Other patterns here too. Take a look around this lovely site.
A new pattern from time to time, lots of gorgeous things! Come and take a look around at the patterns, and the rest ofthis delightful site.