Beadweaving 3 with Huib Petersen: Diagonal Peyote Stitch Video Download
Master the basics of diagonal peyote stitch and learn a few variations with bead artist Huib Petersen.
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You’ll love this if:
- You enjoy creating floral beadwork
- You like beadwork with beautiful drape and flexibility
- You want to create beaded leaves and zig-zags that can turn easily into finished pieces
Diagonal peyote stitch is a great stitch for the beginners, but also has enough variations to challenge the advanced beader. It is extremely versatile and can be used to create both geometric and natural shapes. In this video, you’ll discover how to use this stitch to bead Russian leaves, oak leaves, and zig-zags that can be transformed into flower petals or necklaces that lay beautifully. Diagonal peyote stitch is the stitch that started Huib Petersen’s beadwork career and he loves to share what he’s learned, so you too can experiment and create your own designs with this lovely stitch.
Download your copy of Bead Weaving 3 with Huib Petersen: Diagonal Peyote Stitch today to:
- Learn how to bring sections of diagonal peyote together to create a Russian leaf
- Discover how to use larger increases and decreases to create an oak leaf
- Learn how to work up and down on the diagonal to create a zig-zag
Watch a preview of Beadweaving 3 with Huib Petersen: Diagonal Peyote Stitch now:
About the Author:
Huib Petersen has been working full time as a bead artist and teacher since 1998. In 1995, Huib moved from Holland to San Francisco, and opened a small arts and crafts workshop and gallery on Nob Hill. Inspired by a chance encounter with 19th century Russian beadwork, he discovered the beauty and challenges of designing with beads. Petersen uses different sizes of beads and a variety of traditional beadwork stitches to create sculpted bugs, butterflies, birds, flowers, and sea creatures. The result is a unique kind of wearable art that offers the intricacy of embroidery and lace, the depth of a theater set and the durability and brilliance of glass.
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