Why didn't anyone tell me that making Peyote bracelets is so time-consuming?! Had I only known... it would have never been finished otherwise. Good thing that usually the result is worth the effort. ;)
Drawing the pattern was the easiest part though. Choosing the right beads from my not so big Delica stash was not easy at all! I started the bracelet three times and then, after spending a few hours on making the first two inches, I decided to destroy it as I was quite unhappy with the bead choice. Beads that looked darker in the bag were lighter in the bracelet, while those that I wouldn't call dark at all, seemed far too dark as they were strung... I actually thought that I'd never be able to finish it.
Miracles happen, though. Last night it was finally done! ;)
The bracelet is 16 cm (6.3") long, fitting perfectly my thin wrist and it is 4,3 cm (1.7") wide. The pattern however is slightly shorter, it measures around 15 cm (6.1"), but it can be made as long as you want, it's just enough to add a few extra rows on its both sides. It is available here on Etsy.
Still planning to make the tutorials for the twisted pendants... but I am so lacking of time for beading... To these of you, who wait for them I can promise that they WILL be made. Before other flat peyote patterns, that's for sure! ;)
Have a great day, all of you! :)