I Am Looking For A Peyote Alphabet Pattern. Does Anyone Know Of A Source?

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Shala Kerrigan is the beadwork editor for an internet site called bellaonline.com.  She not only shows the Peyote alphabet, but how to use the bead count for using the different letters.  Also, you will find several other alphabet letters and symbols there, if you're interested.  (Are you able to print them out?  If not, your library might carry several books on beading (ours has Jewelry and Bead Making for Dummies -- a really informative book).
thanked the writer.
Sharon
Sharon commented
Thank you for your response. I did not know there was such a book. It sounds like a good one to have. I meant to hit the five star and goofed. This is the first time I have used this service.
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Moe Pence commented
No problem -- it happens sometimes! Glad to have been able to help you out -- bet the bracelet comes out looking real pretty!

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