Three Little Birds Bracelet Beading Pattern
- Learn how to make a fun and colorful peyote stitch bracelet with beaded fringe.
- 14-page tutorial - each page has 8 photos with detailed step-by-step instructions that will hold your hand every step of the way, including finishing off to size.
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Beginner Odd Count Peyote Stitch Bracelet with Beaded Fringe Tutorial #456
Here’s a fun bracelet to help cheer you up and remember “every little thing gonna be all right”. Inspired by colorfully striped indoor/outdoor rugs, this abstract modern design brings the out-of-doors inside with a minimalist landscape complete with “three little birds” happily flying through the sky.
This versatile peyote bracelet can be stitched up with or without the beaded fringe along the sides. Without the fringe, the bracelet measures approximately 1.25” (3.2 cm) wide, and with the fringe, it measures nearly 1.75” (4.4 cm) wide. You can make this bracelet in coordinating colors for the season - soft pastels for spring, patriotic red, white, and blue for a hot summer bracelet, or yummy warm oranges, greens, and gold to go with your fab fall sweaters.
This beginner-friendly beading pattern includes a detailed materials page, bead color information for each colorway, a bead graph, word chart, and over 80 high-resolution full-color photos with easy to follow step-by-step directions. Thank you for shopping Simple Bead Patterns and, as always, bead happy! ~ Lane & Cara (mother & daughter)
P.S. "Three Little Birds" is an uplifting song by Bob Marley and the Wailers
DIY jewelry making beading pattern by Cara & Lane Landry
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