I posted a different bracelet last night for the “Southwest” Collaboration blog. There were some questions about the stitch I used for my entry, entitled “Navajo Love Knot”. It’s a St. Petersburg stitch, and commonly used. Here is another bracelet I did awhile back, also using the same stitch, but tripling the rows for a different effect. This stitch is amazing in how DIFFERENT it will look with different styles and colors of beads! I used a stitched Peyote tube for the toggle clasp.
I got the design idea from “Metallic Seed Bead Splendor”, by Nancy Zellers. She did hers all in mixed metals tones; I chose to do mine in metallic bronze (11°) and frosted amethyst (8°) seed beads.
Terrie ... "Love...is a many-Swarovski'd thing!"