Peyote stitch has to be the most versatile and often fastest stitch in the beading canon. It lends itself very well to sculptural pieces. This likely explains its popularity. So there is no such thing as too many books on peyote, right?
There are 15 projects in all. The book clearly aims to take the reader beyond the basics of peyote stitch covering flat, circular and tubular variations. It's not only peyote but many of the projects include other stitches such as right angle weave (RAW), herringbone and bead embroidery. The Basics section of the book is thorough with many tips including how to hold your work, how to zip up edges, correcting errors and so forth.
|Buckle Up Cuff by Carole Ohl|
|Big Sky Bracelets by Melinda Barta|
|Urban Skyline by Jean Power|
|Zig Zag Zing by Melinda Barta|
|Geometry 101 Bracelet by Melinda Barta|
|Daisy Girl Necklace by Jean Campbell|
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