Thursday, June 5, 2014


Cellini beading is basically even count peyote stitch but graduated sizes of beads are used.
You can work in flat, straight lines or diagonal, or even a pattern.  You can work in tubular peyote in
a spiral pattern or straight rows.  If you want to work in a chevron pattern, you may need to use odd
count peyote, depending on how the pattern repeats.
It's a good idea to start the piece with an even amount of rows of the 11 delica or seed bead first. 
When you break between the pattern of graduated sizes, use the same amount of rows for the break.

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