HONEY BUTTER Bracelet Pattern

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You are purchasing an odd count peyote digital pattern....NOT THE ITEM IN THE PHOTO!!

I love HONEY BUTTER CHICKEN BISCUITS from Whataburger! OMG....they are off the chain. I had designed this piece and was wondering what it’s name would be. So as I was driving to my local Whataburger this morning to get my CHICKEN BISQUIT, the name just came to me....and WA-LA...HONEY BUTTER was named! Funny how things happen!!

This is an odd count peyote bracelet, embellished with beaded trim and surface trim. All trim is optional. Quit when you want to quit! The choice is YOURS!

I used size 11/0 Delica beads; size 15/0 seed beads; size 8/0 seeds and 4mm fire polish crystals in this project. I also used a size 12 long beading needle and 4lb FIRELINE fishing line to complete the project. I completed the piece using a copper toggle bar and ring.

The finished piece as shown above measures 1 1/4 inches wide (which includes the trim) by 6 1/2 inches long. Please add more peyote flowers to each end until you reach your desired length.

There are 19 columns and 195 rows.

Have fun!


Within the pattern you will find full color photos of the finished piece; a DELICA bead legend (listing of colors used); a view of the pattern in REAL TIME; a full color graph large enough to read easily and a WORD CHART of the pattern. This pattern is heavy in photos as I show you how I embellished the piece using simple bead weaving techniques. The pattern is 10 pages in length.

This pattern is in the form of a PDF file, a digital pattern, that will be readily available to you once your payment is received.

I don't mind if you make these to sell, but please give me the credit for the design within your listing of your finished piece. I would greatly appreciate it. Please do not copy or distribute this pattern under any circumstances. This is how I make my living. I thank you in advance for your consideration of this matter.

There are NO REFUNDS on digital files.

All images and content copyrighted by Julie Ann Smith, 1999 to present.