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Green Rainbow

About this design:

Very easy!!! flat odd-count peyote stitch.


Seed beads 6/0

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    Annas607comcastnet says:

    I like the texture of this bracelet, and the colors go well together also.

  2. Peggy3
    Peggy3 says:

    Beautiful yulia!

    It doesn’t look easy to me ;) small seed beads Intimidate me . Ha ha

  3. BeadlingatMonsterPajamas
    BeadlingatMonsterPajamas says:

    I can do even count all day like I was made to but odd count is beyond me. This is beautiful, the colors are perfect! I love the toggle too, its a perfect fit.

  4. Beadzilla aka Wanda
    Beadzilla aka Wanda says:

    This looks great. Love all the greens in it. Beautiful!!

  5. Lois D
    Lois D says:

    I LOVE the placement of your toggle! So many of the patterns I’ve seen have the ‘circle’ placed a the very end. Yours would allow for a better closure I think, meaning that the bracelet would look like one continuous strand. VERY nice :) and your ‘stitching’ is so precise (I’m envious) Kind of like when you see someone who knits or crochets really well- they have their gauge and tension just perfect!

  6. puppychick  labratbecky
    puppychick labratbecky says:

    Fabulous!! and excellent work!! :)

  7. Nancy Mc
    Nancy Mc says:

    Wow..I agree with Peggy. It doesn’t look easy at all. It’s so bright and colorful. I adore green,and the name “Rainbow” is very fitting.

  8. Blooming Ideas
    Blooming Ideas says:

    Nicely done! and I too like the placement of the toggle. Great color combo! :)

  9. Laud
    Laud says:

    Well designed from beginning to end. I especially like the patterning of the colored sections because they’re different widths and you’ve blended in select places. Too many peyote patterns emphasis symmetry, while this has much more interest.

  10. KatsAllThat
    KatsAllThat says:

    Green is my favorite color and you hit some great shades here. Beautiful.

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