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- Before you begin, watch the instructional video: How to do Flat Even Count Peyote.
- Using matte black 11/0 Delicas, weave a strip of flat even count peyote that is 14 beads wide. Leave an 8" tail at the beginning of your work.
- Weave the strip 3/4" longer than your desired finished bracelet measurement. I made my bracelet 8" long, so my woven piece was 8 3/4" long. Do not tie off your thread when you've reached the desired length.
- Attach one end of your beadwork to the closed end of an antiqued pewter "E" hook clasp using the same technique demonstrated in this video, folding over about 1/2" of your work.
- On the other end of your work, fold over about 1/2" of the beading and stitch it down the same way as you did the other side, just without the hook.
- Tie off and weave in your threads.
- To fasten, slide the open part of the "E" hook into the free end of the beading where you've formed a loop with the foldover.
- DB-310 - Miyuki Delica Seed Beads 11/0 'Matte Black Opaque' DB310 7.2 Grams
Project uses 2 tubes. You will need 2 packages.
- XCR-1285 - FireLine Braided Beading Thread, 4lb Test and 0.005 Thick, 15 Yards, Smoke Gray
Project uses 1 spool. You will need 1 package.
- FCL-9270 - TierraCast Antiqued Lead-Free Pewter E Hook Clasp 18.5x27.5mm (1)
Project uses 1 piece. You will need 1 package.
- XTL-3006 - Beadsmith English Beading Needles Size 12 (4 Needles)
- XTL-5700 - Fiskars 5 Precision Tip Scissors - Super Sharp
- XTL-0106 - BeadSmith Cordless Thread Zap II Thread Burner Tool
|Ingredients||DB-310, XCR-1285, FCL-9270,|