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Ballerina Bear

A fun introduction to 3-D peyote stitch
RELATED TOPICS: PROJECT | ALL LEVELS | SCULPTURE | PEYOTE
The design for these bears came to be as I was looking for a project that would use up plastic pony beads that I had purchased and never used. I experimented a little and found that size 11 seed beads stitched into a peyote tube with square-stitched ends perfectly covered two 9mm pony beads and created a little shape with unlimited potential for embellishment. The 3-D bear makes a beautiful focal bead for a little girl's necklace. Who'd guess that plastic pony beads could be the inspiration for...

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