Page Two  Peyote Primer
This is how it will look with that row finished.  Do your turn again, by picking up a bead and going back through the first black bead. Fill in again to the end of the row. That's all there is to it! 

Keep going until you have about 19 rows, or until it's wide enough to fit around the strands you made.

Loop the strands together to form the bracelet, and then we'll put the cuff on.
You'll want to end on an uneven row, (ie row 19, or row 21) so that the ends will fit together perfectly. What I mean is, when you bring the ends together, you'll want a high bead on one side to fit into a low space on the other side.   Then just zip it up by sewing it together around the strands of the bracelet.  I've put the cuff around a pencil in the next picture to show you how it should look.
Zig zag your thread back and forth between the black and the red beads, and there you have it! Take off your stopper bead, and weave that end up into the cuff. 

Now all you have to do is find a matching outfit, put on your bracelet, and paint the town red. :)

If you have any questions, please feel free to
email me!
Here are a couple of links to instructions that I've found helpful.

Suzanne Cooper's Jump Start Classroom

About Beadwork    I couldn't get the link to work to take you directly to the peyote pages, so when you get there, just type peyote in the search box at the top of the page.

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