Peyote stitch may be the most popular beading stitch but I am guessing right angle weave (RAW) is also right up there.  So it is not surprising to see beaders modifying it to make a "new" stitch. 

Sometimes beaders need more than one tutorial or a different format to understand how a stitch is formed. So thanks to Jill Wiseman, we have two basic demonstrations for the mRAW especially for those who need some clarification.  This is on her Youtube channel.  Also check out her website link (above) for tutorials etc including free patterns. 

The first one is for flat mRAW

The physical book Jill mentions in her videos is no longer available. But you can hop over to the website, Contemporary Geometric Beadwork for more inspiration - there are free tutorials as well as the books (Vol 1 and 2)  in downloadable PDF format.  This site is an open source architectural beadwork project from Kate McKinnon and a worldwide team of innovators.

The second tutorial is on making mRAW in the round. Using this is a good way to start tubular peyote.

Before You Go:


This blog may contain affiliate links. I do receive a small fee for any products purchased through affiliate links. This goes towards the support of this blog and to provide resource information to readers. The opinions expressed are solely my own. They would be the same whether or not I receive any compensation. 
Original Post by THE BEADING GEM