The Brick Stitch, also known as the Cheyenne Stitch or Comanche Stitch, is a bead weaving stitch in which individual beads are stacked horizontally in the same pattern as bricks are stacked in a wall.
This is an off-loom technique perfected by the Native Americans. It is a relative of another off-loom technique called Peyote stitch or Gourd Stitch. A Brick Stitch pattern can be worked as a Peyote Stitch Pattern if turned through 90 degrees.
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- "About Native American Beadwork", "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-12-12. Retrieved 2006-12-30. accessed 2006-12-29
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