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 Increasing Peyote Stitch Instruction   

The beading instruction on how to increase peyote stitch - adding beads to make a peyote piece wider, there are several ways to increase on your peyote work.

Increasing on Peyote Stitch

Notes before you start: For beginners, please visit Even count flat Peyote Stitch Instruction before you attempt this.

Three types of increasing on a peyote project are featured here.

Increasing even number of beads on the outside edge.

At the end of Peyote work, add 3 beads (labeled in the figure as 1, 2 and 3) and string the line back through bead no. 1.
Continue with your normal peyote beading as usual, shown by bead no. 4 and 5.
Add more beads as you go along if necessary.

Increasing odd number of beads on the outside edge.

One Row: At the end of peyote work, add 2 beads (labeled in the figure as 1 and 2) and string the line back through the two edge beads (blue) of your work, then back through bead no. 1 and 2 again.
Now add a third bead and resume your normal peyote beading.
Multiple Row: At the end of peyote work, add 4 beads (labeled in the figure as 1, 2, 3 and 4) and string the line back through no. 2 bead.
Now add a fifth bead and string the line back through the two edge beads (blue) of your work, then back through bead no. 1, 2, 3, 4 then 5 again.
Now you can resume your normal peyote beading.
 
Increasing beads on the middle.
Step 1: Add beads (no. 1) as per usual beading, when you come to where you want to increase, add 2 beads (no.2 and 3) instead of one.
Continue to bead as per normal for the rest of this row.
Step 2: Start the next row as per usual and when you reach the two beads added on the previous row, string the line through one (no. 3 bead from previous row) and add one bead (red).  String the line back through the bead no. 2 from the previous row, continue to bead as usual for the rest of this row.

Continue on the next row beading as usual.
Add more beads by repeating step 1 and 2 whenever necessary.

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