Reading Peyote Pattern Charts: Free Taster Class
Learn how to read Peyote pattern charts with ease, in 3 simple steps
This free taster class is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to read flat Peyote stitch charts. I will be teaching you three simple steps to understand a pattern chart and then turn it into a written word chart.
If you then want to try some patterns, or if you get stuck and need help, you can upgrade to the full Peyote pattern class. In that, I also teach you how to read tubular Peyote charts, and charts for the geometric shapes, e.g. circular, triangle, square, warped square, etc.
What materials do you need?
Nothing specific. This class is all about reading your charts, so it's up to you whether or not you want to do any beading!
Who is the class for?
Anyone! You don't need to have any previous experience - just to have a desire to learn how to read a Peyote pattern chart!
How does the class work?
You can follow the materials at your own pace and come back to use them over and over again.
You can view the full class curriculum below before you enroll.
"An excellent introduction to beading from charts and very helpful reminder for experienced beaders. Or maybe an excellent technique for reading charts even experienced beaders may have never seen."
- Marti Mashinter, Satisfied student from this class
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