Get Creative With New Peyote Patterns!

I have to admit it – drawing is my first love. It feels like blasphemy to write such a thing for a jewelry blog, but it’s the truth! Since I was old enough to hold a marker, illustration has been my favorite form of expression. Because drawing is my favorite, it tends to show up in everything I do. This is especially true when it comes to my second love, jewelry making. It’s almost as fun for me to draw out my designs as it is for me to make them! So now that I’ve dipped my toes into bead weaving, the possibilities seem endless! Bead weaving and drawing have a lot in common. Meticulous attention to detail, access to a seemingly infinite range of delicious colors… these are some of the things that make me happiest when being creative. I wish I had enough time to weave all the patterns I doodle…

Here are some bead weaving patterns that I have created for you to use as inspiration in your flat peyote stitch jewelry designs! You can use the colors that I recommend, or you can unleash your own creativity and come up with a completely unique palette. If you love to doodle as much as I do, you can use our brand new bead weaving graph paper to come up with fabulous designs of your own! Just remember – you’ll have to take a break from all that designing at some point so that you actually create the jewelry!

Check out the Here’s Lookin’ at You, Bird pattern!

Check out the Follow the Leader pattern!

Check out the Caribbean Tide pattern!

Check out the Curb Appeal pattern!

Check out the Alphabet pattern!

Have Fun! – Mollie

3 comments to Get Creative With New Peyote Patterns!

  • Candie

    Oh my gosh, those patterns are so cute! I am making (mostly indian pattern) on my beadloom.. I should try and make them into peyote! Thanks for sharing!

  • Melinda Alani

    Thank you so much for the peyote patterns. I am a novice and will love to try these new patterns.

  • I would check with you here. That is not something I usually do! I enjoy reading a post that will make people think. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment ??!

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