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  1. The Best Little Beading Book (Beadwork Books) by Wendy Simpson Conner, 1995-11-01
  2. Big Book of Indian Beadwork Designs (Dover Needlework Series) by Kay Doherty Bennett, 1998-01-12
  3. Zulu Inspired Beadwork: Weaving Techniques and Projects by Diane Fitzgerald, 2007-10-01
  4. Beads & Beadwork of the American Indian by William C. Orchard, 2000-10-30
  5. A Special Gift: The Kutchin Beadwork Tradition (Indexed Edition) by Kate Ducan, 1997-04-01
  6. A Primer: The Art of Native American Beadwork by Z. Susanne Aikman, 1992-06
  7. Beginner's Guide to Beadwork by Madeleine Rollason, 2004-02-01
  8. Beadwork Creates Necklaces: 30 Designs
  9. Beading with Brick Stitch (Beadwork How-To) by Diane Fitzgerald, 2001-04-01
  10. Beadwork Inspired by Art: Art Nouveau Jewelry and Accessories by Judith Durant, Jean Campbell, 2008-11-01
  11. Beadwork Creates Beaded Beads: 30 Designs (Beadwork Creates series)
  12. Beadwork Creates Bracelets: 30 Designs
  13. Beadwork Creates Earrings: 30 Designs (Beadwork Creates series) by Jean Campbell, 2005-04-01
  14. Native American Beadwork: Projects & Techniques from the Southwest by Theresa Flores Geary Ph.D., 2006-08-28

21. Brilliantly Beaded: Northeastern Native American Beadwork
Pictures and descriptions of Northeast Indian beadwork.
Purses Moccasins Novelties Regalia ... Resources Brilliantly Beaded celebrates the rich beadworking traditions of Native peoples of the Northeast through the objects they created for their own use and to sell to others. Early European explorers describe indigenous clothing, which was made from hides and furs and decorated with painted motifs, porcupine quill, moosehair embroidery and shell beads. Among the trade items Europeans brought with them to North America were glass seed beads, needles, thread, ribbons and cloth. These materials rapidly replaced earlier decorative traditions that relied on the use of bone awls, sinew and painted designs. Native Peoples incorporated not only these new materials, but also new design motifs and decorative treatments from European sources and from other Native Peoples. Brilliantly Beaded explores the evolution of Northeastern beadwork from the seventeenth century to the present-day. Exhibits Home

22. Beadwork
Suzanne Cooper Beads Stained Glass web site features bead patterns, beadwork pattern books, stained glass designs, free bead pattern, free glass pattern,
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23. BeadWorkTutorials
http// I found it quite difficult working from several pages of instructions, so I condensed my own version
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Celtic Plait Chevron Chain
A 3-colour version of the classic chevron chain stitch, producing a lovely braid effect.
Chevron Chain
Basic instructions
Daisy Band (8 Petal) Ver. 1
One version of the traditional 8 petal daisy weave.
Daisy Band Arrow Head Weave
Traditional and Potowatami method of weaving a chevron or 'arrow-head' daisy band in 4 colours.
Daisy Band - 2 Coloured Stripe
Traditional and Potowatami method of weaving a striped daisy band in 2 colours.
Celtic Fringe
A diagram showing placement of fringe on the basic Celtic plait Chevron Chain


Victorian Lace
Sead bead version
Victorian Lace
Bugle bead version Victorian Lace Double-sided version Victorian Lace Blank diagrams for other variations Victorian Lace Extended centre section with fringe Page Celtic Plait - Mini Version A narrower version of the celtic plait, suitable as a strap or narrow bracelet Chevron Scrolls Another mini chevron chain design suitable for working in 2 contrasting colours, or why not make a rainbow version, with each 'S' shape a different colour? African Net Necklace x 2 pages- I first learned this from Emily Hackbarth's excellent free instructions on They are still available in the archive at:

24. Beadwork -- Mary Tafoya (Introduction)
Mary Tafoya, Contemporary beadwork, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
F or countless generations, beadwork has rested on the heart of humankind's most significant cultural displays, occupying an intimate place in religion, ceremony, social status and commerce. Today's bead artists draw from ancient techniques, as well as new technologies, to create awe-inspiring objects whose impact magnifies as each bead is chosen, one at a time, to dance in light and shadow. There is no other craft like beadwork "to bede " once meant "to pray". Enjoy the bead art contained herein. Mary Portfolio About the Artist Contact Links ©2007 Mary J. Tafoya. No portion may be reproduced without written permission from the artist.

25. Manidoominens: Sacred Seeds--Native American BEADWORK
Native American beads, beadwork history, cultural importance and meanings, methods, galleries. Main focus woodland beadwork. Wampum, turquoise, heishii
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M anidoominens Anishnaabemowin for "seed beads" means "little seed (-minens) that's a gift of the spirit (Manidoo), or Spirit Seeds. " Miinens " is the fruit of the hawthorn tree, miinensagaawunzh . Perhaps seed beads were named for this tree because its 5-lobed leaves reminded the women of hands. They may have learned from the Ursuline nuns who taught bead embroidery in the early 1700's that the hawthorn's thorny branches were used for Christ's crown of thorns, and so felt the tree was sacred to the Europeans, who brought seed beads, this gift of beauty and skill. I ts white or pink 5-petaled flower is actually the "daisy"motif, the first thing young girls learn to bead because it's easy and fast. See more about this tree, , cultural meanings, natural wildflowers in floral beading.
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Honoring Mille Lacs Ojibwe elder, culture preserver, bead artist, MAUD KEGG DOWN. This was running on another server, which seems to have disappeared, and of course the developmental files were lost with my big hardware disaster. I expect to be getting a new scanner in about 2 weeks and will reconstruct it then. EXTENSIVE GALLERY OF BEADWORK BANDOLIER BAGS high point of Woodland beadwork art; cultural meanings of bandoliers (Exhibit menucurrently 12 web pages, including detail photo pages)

26. Mothers Bracelets, Deployment Bracelet, Military Jewelry, Cancer Awareness Brace
Beaded Jewelry Mothers Bracelets, Military Jewelry, Deployment Bracelets, Cancer Awareness Bracelet.
Beaded Jewelry, Mothers Bracelets, Military Jewelry
BeadworkbySheree features Beaded Jewelry, Mothers Bracelets, Military Jewelry, Handmade Jewelry, and Deployment Bracelets
Mother's Bracelet
A timeless treasure that conveys to all how much you cherish your children. Custom made to fit you perfectly, Mother's Bracelet are available in many styles and from 1 to 4 strands bracelets. 1 Strand 2 Strand 3 Strand 4 Strand Click images to enlarge
Personalized Cancer Awareness Bracelets
Express your feelings... personalized expression...multiple charm choices... Cancer Bracelets are available from 1 to 4 strand bracelet. Show your support for our troops with a Deployment Bracelet a Sheree Pauly original design. Has the Military deployed a loved one? Here is an elegant way to keep that special deployed soldier in your thoughts . A personalized name, Sterling Silver that is as uniquely beautiful as it is patriotic. Patriotic Watches, Bracelets, Necklaces, and Earrings. Several styles of Patriotic Jewelry featuring Swarovski crystals and Sterling Silver.
USA Patriotic Jewelry Page 1 USA Patriotic Jewelry Page 2
Men's Bracelets for the guys who want to show their support for loved ones.

27. NewKingdom Beadwork
Features photos of beadwork exhibited at Embellishment 99, information and ancient Egyptianthemed beadwork made by Pat Savu, also includes jewelry and

28. Stephanie S Beadwork And Altered Art
beadwork, free brick stitch tutorial,altered art, collage, how to.
Stephanie's Beadwork
This is some of my beadwork and altered art. I hope you enjoy it.
Hi. Welcome to my Webpage. My name is Stephanie. I live in Houston, TX. I have been beading on and off for almost 20 years. A lot of those years I spent doing more bead “buying” and bead “fondling” than actually working with them . I also enjoy doing collage and altered art. I feel the same way about paper and pictures that I do about beads. Trouble! Thank you for looking and thanks for all the nice comments yall have emailed to me. I appreciate it. Please feel free to e-mail me and talk beads or altered art. I have bored every non-beading friend and family member that I have with bead talk. We don’t even want to get into everyones non-fascination with paper and glue.
last updated 10/06/07
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Triangle Bag Tutorial
Candy Corn Bracelet Pattern for Halloween
Other Beadwork and Collage Necklaces
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29. Beadwork And Woodwork Made In Alaska
Beaded and woodburned animals, diamond willow and spruce burl pyrography.
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Alaskakreations Beadwork and Woodwork is designed and manufactured by Alaskan artists
Being a typical "Mom & Pop" business we focus on the individual needs of our customers. Special orders for beadwork and woodwork are always welcome and we guarantee the uniqueness of each item that leaves our store.
Animal products like bones, teeth, claws, feathers etc are available, as is raw Alaskan Diamond Willow. Please inquire.
Home made Alaska wildflower products like dried herbs, oil extracts, jams, jellies and syrups are being added in small quantities. Please pre-order, they go fast.

30. Coyote's Game Native American Silver Jewelry, Native American Beadwork And Nativ
Coyote s Game Native American silver, beadwork and crafts information. Hand made American Indian sterling silver jewelry for men and women, quality native
Free gift wrap for most items
Calendar of Native American Events Calendar of 2008 New Mexico Rodeos Information on Native American Crafts What's New ... Bargain Basement FOR YOUR PROTECTION AND INFORMATION Shipping Gift Certificates Customer Privacy About Us ... Links
Welcome to Coyote's Game
Don't want to order on-line? Use our toll-free order number (800) 952-5214.
Have you visited our Bargain Basement lately? Coyote's Game has close out prices on many discontinued items.
Coyote's Game offers quality Native American silver jewelry, bead work, pottery and crafts, and Pam Dietrich Deerskin Bags and Clothing. We have original gifts for everyone in the family, plus customer service with a smile! All of our Native American jewelry and crafts are hand-made by skilled American Indian artists. None are factory or piece-work produced. Our American Indian silver jewelry represents quality craftsmanship by Pueblo as well as Navajo silversmiths. We offer a variety of Native American silver jewelry ranging from earrings and pendants to buckles and bolo ties. In our Native American pottery section you'll find a selection of Pueblo and Navajo pottery; our Other Native American crafts section carries unique dream catchers, hand crafted soaps and more.

31. Native American Beadwork--Beaded Jewelry--Beads By Dorla
Dorla s beadwork includes a wide range of designs and color schemes developed over the past 35 years. She calls her work Native American contemporary beaded
Native American Contemporary Beaded Jewelry
Beadwork by Dorla Hershkovitz
View my bracelets, earrings, necklaces, ankle bracelets and medicine bags by clicking page number below to enter gallery:
Welcome to this exhibit of my beadwork which I call Native American contemporary beaded jewelry. I was born at Red Lake reservation in Northern Minnesota and started beading when I was fifteen. In the years since I have developed my own techinique, color combinations and designs. They were inspired by different cultures, nature and people's requests. Glass seed beads are used exclusively in the jewelry shown on this site. For pieces with gemstone focal pieces see the link below. The glass bead necklace with blue chalcedony cabochon below is the first of several new jewelry pieces I have done using gemstone cabochons for focal pieces. Click on image to see these new pieces. Click on images below to see beaded jewelry which was added in the Winter and Spring of 2007. Check back to see my new beadwork for the Spring of 2008 which will be added at the end of April.
If you are interested in my jewelry or have questions about my beadwork contact me at my telephone or e-mail address below.

32. Michael Stevenson
Our beadwork is divided regionally into South Nguni, North Nguni and Southeast Africa; beadwork sash late 19th century / early 20th century 16_369
Our beadwork is divided regionally into South Nguni, North Nguni and South-east Africa; all items from each region can be viewed on this page.
To see the works from a specific region click on the individual areas listed above.
North Nguni
Neckpiece with mirror case

North Nguni
late 19th century

Beadwork sash

late 19th century /
early 20th century

Beadwork sash
late 19th century / early 20th century Beadwork sash late 19th century / early 20th century Waistband with apron panel North Nguni late 19th century Apron panel North Nguni late 19th century Panel North Nguni late 19th century Panel North Nguni late 19th century Fringed waistband with apron panel North Nguni late 19th century Neckpiece North Nguni late 19th century Neckpiece North Nguni late 19th century Neckpiece or waistband North Nguni late 19th century Neckpiece or waistband North Nguni late 19th century Neckpiece North Nguni late 19th century Waistband or neckband with panel North Nguni late 19th century Waistband or bandolier North Nguni late 19th century Married women's beaded grass waistband North Nguni late 19th century Two-roll waistband with two apron panels North Nguni late 19th century North Nguni, grass-woven marriage belt

33. Blissful Beadwork Art Design
Hand woven, beaded candle sleeves beaded jewelry for sale.fragrance blends and dry skin repair are also available.
Blissful Beadwork Art Designs
Our new, all natural fragrances ... BLISSFUL BREEZES A link to our latest ...
Our Candles..... Click on individual image above to see a detailed description of each candle. Click on links below to see additional group pictures. Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 New Age Collection ... Home
All candles available by special order only! Welcome to Blissful Beadwork Art Designs above are samples only . Each candle sleeve will be made to order in your choice of color and design. If you have a particular design (perhaps in a rug, fabric or china pattern, for example) you can send in a photograph and it will be incorporated as closely as possible into the design, within the limitations imposed by the peyote stitch. Each candle ordered can be ready for shipping approximately 3-4 weeks after your order is placed, provided all orders are current.
ATTENTION .... Never leave a burning candle unattended! A limited selection of our products can be seen and purchased at the following shoppes in Sedona, Arizona:
at Tlaquepaque Zonies Galleria in Uptown Sedona New Frontiers Health Food Store in West Sedona
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34. MED | Maasai Culture | Maasai Beadwork & Jewelery
beadwork became increasingly popular after 1900 when the Maasai began trading with Europeans in nearby Kenya and Tanzania for beads made out of glass and
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Throughout the world, ethnic groups are characterized and identified by dress and ornamentation. The Maasai are, perhaps, one of the most widely recognized people in terms of fashion and decoration, sporting bright colors, intricate patterns, and jewelry that dangles, jingles, and catches the eye. The Maasai conjure up popular images of young brides weighted with beaded ornamentation, numerous, collar necklaces that rhythmically move when they dance, headdresses that drape and accent the facial features, and brightly colored bangles wrapped tightly around forearms. However, while the Maasai have become widely recognized for their beaded ornaments, few westerners have taken the time to understand the history, symbolism, and social meaning of the craft.
Beadwork became increasingly popular after 1900 when the Maasai began trading with Europeans in nearby Kenya and Tanzania for beads made out of glass and plastic, but it has always been an important aspect of their culture. Traditionally local raw materials such as seeds, skins, copper, bone, gourd and wood were used in the craft. Maasai women have always sat together between their daily tasks of looking after the children, milking the cows, cooking, and constructing homes and animal pens to sit together and make beaded jewelry. To this day beadwork is an important means through which women demonstrate their social understanding and creative capability.
Jewelry is created mostly for its beauty, which is a very important aspect of Maasai culture. But jewelry is also created and given in the Maasai community to signify special relationships, such as a young couple engaged to be married, or on special occasions, such as the celebration of a successful lion hunt, or worn for one of many ceremonies, like the naming ceremony, or the warrior ceremony, which indicate a rite of passage in the life sequence of the Maasai.

Pamela D. Jackson offers beaded jewelry incorporating a variety of beads, gemstones, and cowrie shells.
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36. Native American Beadwork,beaded Jewlery, Arts And Crafts
Authentic handmade Native American beadwork, beaded jewelry,necklaces and earrings,belt buckles, hatbands, moccasins and bone chokers.
Two Nations Beadwork Home links About Us Contact Us ... dream catchers and wall hangings Last updated Welcome To Our Site We offer authentic, Native American Beadwork, Arts and Crafts, Our Items include, beaded Jewelry, beaded earrings, necklaces, braclets, moccasins, hatbands, beaded bags, belt buckles, bone chokers and bone necklaces. Hand made by Native American and Native American Decent artist, from the Nez Perce and Coeur D' Alene Nations We also offer many other Native American made and inspired items including traditional foods, such as Salmon, caught and smoked in the traditional ways, also canned salmon, buffalo Jerky, and Huckleberry products Two Nations Beadwork prides its self in offering to its customers a quality authentic Native American made product at a fair price. We Never mass produce or duplicate our items! Each piece of beadwork or other type of arts and crafts is one of a kind, each one as unique and differnt as the artist that created it. We are dedicated to helping bring to all Native American Artist , the appreciation and recognition they so richly deserve.

beadwork and this seems to be the perfect place to do it . I have been beading about beadwork BY SUE SULLIVAN
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Christmas Ornaments from days past,
more on the Ornament Pages.
Bouquet 3"x4" including
Red Heart 2"x2"
Wood and Beads 2"
Paisley 3-1/2"x2" including
fringe BEADWORK by SUE SULLIVAN Amulet Bags are on Sale Check It Out........ Hi! Come on in and look around. I have been looking for a place to showcase my beadwork and this seems to be the perfect place to do it.... I have been beading about 15 years and have found it to be the most exciting craft to learn and the most relaxing craft I have tried. I will be adding new things often. I hope you will bookmark my site so you can easily come back from time to time to see what's new. Eyeglass Holder2 Glass Beads Eyeglass Holder 1 Glass Beads BEADWORK BY SUE SULLIVAN Secure ordering with PayPal

38. Ileea S Beadwork
beadwork created by ileea. But these ones are great!! Joan s beadwork and Other Things ,. Laura s Ornaments More ,. Emily s Page at
Click on these links to see my work. I'll try to keep the pictures up to date with my work. My Family What I do in my spare time Swaps I have done Work in Progress, may take a while to load, be patient ... Beadwork For Sale
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Hope to have some more of my favourite bead sites linked here soon! But these ones are great!! Joan's Beadwork and Other Things Emily's Page at Welcome to StrayBeads Judith's Beadwork Some of my backgrounds are courtesy of my beader friend Marcie, Marcie's Page A Beading forum that all are welcome to join, just updated the link so you can get to the forum now.

39. Center For The Study Of Beadwork
Alice Scherer of the Center for the Study of beadwork is working together with Other Magazines with beadwork Articles
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Center for the Study of Beadwork
Istanbul International Bead and Beadwork Conference Proceedings

Status of this Site

Although recently updated (02/10/05), this web site is still in the early stages of development. The initial activity of this site will be to sell books and magazines, the profits from which will be used to support this site.
Ornament Magazines
For those interested in more Ornament Magazines than I show here, I've created a page detailing issues that I don't carry, but which Ornament does, including prices, shipping charges and contact information. There is an email link at the bottom of the Ornament Magazine page on this site to Ornament magazine.
Membership in the Center for the Study of Beadwork
It is no longer possible to become a member of the CSB. Back issues of notes from a Beadworker's Journal , however, are still available for purchase. Unfortunately, although I have a link below for it, I still need to write the copy for that link. Check back in a few weeks to see if I've gotten the copy written.
Additional Resources Other resources will continue to be added, including services to the field.

40. Theresa's Beadwork And Chainmaille Tutorials
This site contains instructions for a few of my beadwork creations, along with some other helpful beadwork and chainmaille related information.
Theresa's Beadwork and Chainmaille Tutorials
This site contains instructions for a few of my beadwork creations, along with some other helpful beadwork and chainmaille related information. These designs are my small contribution to the beading and mailling communities that have taught me so much, and are freely available to anyone who finds them. Please note that external links will open in a new window, and links to pages within this site will open in the same window. International visitors may wish to use Worldlingo or Babel Fish to translate these pages. Enjoy!
Crystal Flower Choker
Sparkly goodness!
Braided Crystal Bracelet
"Ribbons" of crystals woven together.
A somewhat more advanced pattern.
Scrolls Necklace
An elegant and intricate-looking necklace that's really quite easy to make.
Red Gothic Princess Necklace
A classy and dramatic choker with drapes of fringe.
Russian Net Necklace
The Case of the Russian Net of Intrigue... solved!
RAW Lace Necklace
A dainty bit of lace worked in right angle weave.
The Maille Page
Some tutorials, tips, and links to places where you can learn more about chainmaille.

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