Slanted Silver Peyote Bracelet
Shiny silver metal against shiny black Czech glass is set on an angle to make this bracelet special. I had the idea for this design when I made my Double Copper Peyote bracelet, and my Kiss Me Valentine bracelet but time slipped away and I never got to creating it then. Ever notice how sometimes an idea in your head turns out so differently when the project finally comes together? That was the case with this piece. I thought of it as a casual bracelet because of the chunky square metal beads but it resulted in a more glamorous looking bracelet than expected. The pattern makes a 6.25” bracelet (6.50” with the clasp). If you need a larger bracelet, just add more rows of black at each end. Be sure to add the same number on each end of the bracelet to maintain balance.
As you add beads to your needle, look at their shape. Not every one of them is perfect and a chipped or deformed bead may throw off alignment. Try to choose beads from the group that are uniform in size.
- black beading thread
- big eye beading needles
- silver metallic geometric beads 3.5 mm
- black seed beads 10/0
- shiny black geometric beads 3.5 mm
- two strand black slide clasp