This start-to-finish guide enables even beginners to create beautiful beadwork based on designs that originated with the Chippewa, Iroquois, Pawnee, Seminole, Winnebago, and other tribes. Step-by-step instructions include diagrams for 71 patterns. Patterns include stars, geometrics, sunbursts, flower... read more
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This start-to-finish guide enables even beginners to create beautiful beadwork based on designs that originated with the Chippewa, Iroquois, Pawnee, Seminole, Winnebago, and other tribes. Step-by-step instructions include diagrams for 71 patterns. Patterns include stars, geometrics, sunbursts, flowers, and other motifs for two types of traditional applications: bead weaving and applique weaving.
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