I loved the patterns, and all the colorways, so I set out to stitch them - since I couldn't pick a favorite, naturally, I stitched them all!
As I looked at them, I decided that rather than wear them as bracelets, I wanted to display them, so I took them to a local framer. They frame lots of needlepoint, but had never done beadwork, and once I told him each was made from glass beads, he was a bit leery about mounting them to the mat, so he sent me home with the matting. I tacked each one to the mat, then took them back to the frame shop to complete the process:
Framed set of 4 peyote stitch Tiggers
And now they are hanging on the wall in my shop, and they are gorgeous!
Here are the "bracelets" before I matted them:
colorful bracelets stitched from CD's peyote graphs
This is the picture of Tigger that the pattern was created from:
All 4 peyote graphs are available as in a bundled tutorial in my Etsy shop.
Thanks again to Carol Dean for her contribution to this, and for creating the Patterns for Tigger group on Facebook. Thanks to all who participated, Tigger is alive and thriving. He still has diarrhea and periodic abdominal pain and distress, and most likely will be diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease. He's on a special diet, and is growing - he's a very active, happy 6 month old puppy, and just graduated from puppy obedience:
Tigger's graduation portrait, 12/14/14
He starts an intermediate obedience class this Sunday. He loves his school!
Tigger and I send warm Holiday greetings to all our friends, and special thanks to the wonderful Patterns for Tigger group!