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Peyote Stackable Rings

Feb 18, 2008
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Designer: Cathi Tessier
Published: February 20, 2008
Technique: Peyote Stitch

These quick little peyote-stitch rings are a fun and easy project for the beginner. Silver-lined, metallic, or brightly colored beads work best for these rings. Stack them any which way to suit your mood! For more about this project see the blog post, "Beginner Project: Peyote Stackable Rings."

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mellisamunoz wrote
on Jun 5, 2008 10:58 PM

please help. how do you exactly tie it of at the end or make the ring? this project is cute but i can't finish it :(

LindaSue wrote
on Jun 12, 2008 3:41 PM

Hi there!  SURE you can finish it!  The beads at the start and the beads at the end will need to come together (obviously!).  

Hold the two ends together to make your circle; then run your threads through the beads around and around a few times until they are snug and the beads hold their shape.

I prefer to tie off my threads on projects like this by tying a knot and running one of the threads back through a bead before I pull it tight.  Usually this will end up with the know inside a bead.  Trim the ends of the thread and dab the knot with a tiny bit of glue or clear nail polish--just to make sure!

--Linda McM.

on Jun 23, 2008 9:47 PM

I just finished mine is beatiful,I did it with a lot of colors to be able to wear it with any color of  dress.

ConnieW@20 wrote
on Aug 2, 2008 12:35 PM

Seems like just the project I've been looking forward to as a starter for stitching. Wish me luck. CC

on Aug 11, 2008 8:40 PM

I love the idea, but may convert to create a "bangle bracelets". What do you think? Workable?

on Sep 21, 2008 6:56 AM

I have been looking for a cute stitch for a bracelet thanks for sharing this might do very well