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Poppy fields bracelet

Poppy fields bracelet pattern
Poppies are my favorite flower. I was inspired to make this bracelet by the many fields I’ve seen.

Work in flat even-count peyote stitch with 11/0 cylinder beads, decreasing at each end to create tapered points. The extensions of the leaves and flowers along the edges of the bracelet are worked in brick stitch.

The finished bracelet measures 6 x 1 1⁄4 in. (15 x 3.2 cm), not including the toggle clasp.

 

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Basic brick stitch is easy when you follow our step-by-step diagrams!
 

 

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This bracelet was stitched by Bead&Button magazine's own Lora Groszkiewicz
 
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