Weave belts, headbands, and sashes and decorate handbags, vests, blouses, and other garments with this inexpensive do-it-yourself book. You'll find 73 charts for bead weaving and 12 full-size patterns for bead appliqué, all based on authentic designs of Cheyenne, Sioux, Crow, and other tribes. ... read more
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Weave belts, headbands, and sashes and decorate handbags, vests, blouses, and other garments with this inexpensive do-it-yourself book. You'll find 73 charts for bead weaving and 12 full-size patterns for bead appliqué, all based on authentic designs of Cheyenne, Sioux, Crow, and other tribes. Complete instructions and color keys for every chart and pattern.
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