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Peyote Bracelet and Pen Wrap Designs by FunPatternDesigns


Some people are not just bead creative but are also prolific in their output.  Debbie van Tonder of South Africa is one of those!  I featured her other store, DebgerDesigns before. But she also has FunPatternDesigns.

As the name suggests, this store has hundreds of fun peyote patterns! They are mostly even and odd peyote cuff patterns as well as pen wrap ones.

Debbie uses Miyuki 11/0 seed beads. While color combinations can be changed to one's preferences, I think it's best to stick with precision Japanese seed beads like Miyuki for even work.

Debbie says her pen wrap patterns fit G2 pens by Pilot. She explains, "The pattern is worked in flat peyote and zip up afterwards to form a tube. I also designed it so that the join is not visible, the two sides of the design print fit perfectly into one another after it is zipped up."

What really struck me was the range of patterns offered including seasonal ones like Day of the Dead, Halloween and so on, but also the crafting ones for example those for quilters and ahem, bead addicts. She also has occupational inspired ones like those in the medical field as well as pet lovers.

Something for everyone. So it pays to really hunt in FunPatternDesigns!










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2 comments:

  1. These patterns are insanely cute!!! I've created several peyote bracelet designs so I know how challenging they can be. Thanks for sharing these.

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