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Double Copper Bracelet

Added Dec 11, 2010

by domestic-div...

Orange County, C...




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I recently learned to make the Peyote stitch and created a bracelet with turquoise beads combined with clear crystal. I like it very much but thought the design called for something more earthy. I found these dull beads in dark copper and the shiny ones in light copper and decided to weave them together. I think the result is interesting and look forward to creating more and possibly making a design with the bead placement. This stitch is simple to do and works up quickly. Click on “Peyote” in CREDITS below to see the illustrated instructions for this one-inch wide bracelet.

Material Notes

Needle, thread, seed beads, clasp




Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Garment Type


Double Copper Bracelet

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    Jan 1, 2011, 08.50 AMby marloncosta

    Lovely, lovely, lovely!!! This is just beautiful. I love how it really looks like metal. Very edgy!!! Thanks for the instructions!!!

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      Jan 2, 2011, 09.44 PMby domestic-divaonline

      Thanks for recognizing my attempt at “metallic/edgy”. I thought it had a bit of a masculine look too and I like that. I appreciate your comments.

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      Jan 2, 2011, 09.55 PMby marloncosta

      I would totally wear that bracelet myself! I really like it!

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    Dec 13, 2010, 07.28 AMby rokonela

    I never knew how to do that. Great tutorial.

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    Dec 12, 2010, 12.23 PMby zaarissima

    absolutly beautiful! I would like to make it!!!

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    Dec 12, 2010, 06.54 AMby Ralf Schmitz

    really lovely as allways! i love working with peyote as it gives you the freedom to creat so lovely things!

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      Dec 12, 2010, 05.16 PMby domestic-divaonline

      Thank you. it’s really an easy stitch and can be used for so many things, not just jewelry. I’d love to see your peyote projects some time.

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