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Odd-Count Peyote: Pendant Bails

General Virtual Class web outline:

Course outline:

Now that you’ve learned even-count peyote, let’s learn about odd-count peyote! They are both very similar but there is a couple of ways to deal with an intimidating odd-turn. Not to worry – instructor Pamela Kearns will take the mystery out of them. You’ll also learn how to read an odd-count pattern.

The project will be to create a bail that you can use for an open circular link pendant. The class will include details written instructions and two patterns.

Type of class: Virtual. A few days prior to the class you will be sent an email containing the class instructions and the electronic link to the Zoom class. Once these instructions have been sent, refunds and cancellations will not be permitted. Please NOTE: Check your spam folder for emails regarding the classes. You will get two at least – 24 and 2 hours before the class!

Skill level: Beginner

Prerequisite: Even-count peyote class is highly recommended

Technique: Odd-count peyote

Have for class:

  • 3 – 5 colours of size 11/0 Delica beads, depending on your chosen pattern
  • One circular link, 1.5” – 2.5”
  • Beads, headpins, jump rings, etc. to dangle from the ring
  • Beading thread of choice
  • Beading needle of choice that will comfortably go through the beads
  • Clasp of choice with jump rings


  • scissors,
  • 2 pairs of pliers to open/close jump rings,
  • magnification if required

Of special note: the class patterns and instructions from our classes are for your personal use only. Please respect the intellectual property of our artists/instructors by not sharing, selling, or teaching the patterns you receive from the classes you take.

How to Register and Cancellation Policy: click here

The Odd Count Peyote: Pendant Bails With Pamela Kearns ticket sales has ended!


Tue Sep 14, 2021


6:00 pm - 8:30 pm


$ 42.00

Zoom Meeting


Virtual Class
Pamela Kearns


Pamela Kearns

Although a seed beader at heart, Pam has been branching out into new techniques and combining the best of all worlds into her creations. She had her first project published in the May/June 2013 issue of Beadwork. Pam taught at the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Bead and Button Shows in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A problem solver, Pam thoroughly enjoys teaching and inspiring students to think beyond basic techniques encouraging students to stamp their own vision on projects. To ensure that all students can accomplish the techniques, Pam (also a 'southpaw) includes 'Lefty-Alerts' within her class instructions.

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