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We have lots of new beaded hatbands available!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

We have lots of new beaded hatbands available! More

Beaded Bracelet With Suede Backing & Ties

Beaded Bracelet With Suede Backing & Ties

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Loom braclet, loomed, toho beads myiuki beading handamde diy madewithlove azteckie braclet bohemian jewellery loom schemat

Bead designs

Bead designs

Encore des grilles - Passion Perles et Papiers

Encore des grilles - Passion Perles et Papiers

Native American Beading Patterns | barrette-for-native-american-beadwork-group-of-6b

Native American Beading Patterns | barrette-for-native-american-beadwork-group-of-6b

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1" Wide Beaded Hatbands With Suede Ties

1" Wide Beaded Hatbands With Suede Ties

Beaded Hat Band Patterns | ... beaded hat band these are for show to show you some of the patterns i

Beaded Hat Band Patterns | ... beaded hat band these are for show to show you some of the patterns i

Gourd stitch tubes. Some very nice modern examples of this tubular style, traditionally used to cover fan, rattle and pipe handles, and the like. "Gourd" stitch (called peyote stitch by most non-native beaders) is, in the strict US and Canadian North American Native Church religious tradition, the secular version of true "peyote" stitch.  The latter is sacred, slightly more complicated to do, and used only for religious objects.

Gourd stitch tubes. Some very nice modern examples of this tubular style, traditionally used to cover fan, rattle and pipe handles, and the like. "Gourd" stitch (called peyote stitch by most non-native beaders) is, in the strict US and Canadian North American Native Church religious tradition, the secular version of true "peyote" stitch. The latter is sacred, slightly more complicated to do, and used only for religious objects.

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