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Here are the top ten articles for the Beadwork Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Graphing Patterns -small repeats in peyote
An article about how to graph small motifs at different angles with free coffee themed patterns and blank graphs.

2. Potawatomi Chevron Chain
With the current chevron trend, this classic chain pattern makes a nice bracelet. Instructions and graph paper.

3. 3 Loom Strip Patterns
By request, here are 3 patterns for looming that can be repeated for long strips, a red, white and blue pattern, a rainbow chevron pattern and an argyle pattern as well blank graph paper.

4. Hexagonal Flat Peyote Worked In Rounds
Graph paper for Japanese cylinder beads and basic instructions for hexagonal peyote worked in the round.

5. Basic Beading- How to Follow Peyote Patterns
A tiny tubular peyote bead and a tiny flat peyote bead illustrate how to follow peyote patterns.

6. Knotwork Patterns
Some peyote and brick knotwork patterns for you to enjoy.

7. Easter Eggs and Bunnies Pattern
Free brick stitch patterns for Easter eggs and bunnies with blank egg graphs to decorate your own flat brick stitch eggs for Easter earrings.

8. Peyote Alphabet Pattern
A free alphabet pattern by frequent request.

9. Fringed Ear Wraps
A dramatic fall of fringe from these brick stitched ear wraps make them a sparkling accessory to wear with dressy clothes.

10. Hamsa pattern and blank graph
The hamsa or hamesh hand is used in many cultures as an amulet for luck. Here's a couple brick stitched patterns and a blank graph for designing your own.



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