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If you are interested in Beadwork or Making Jewelry this is a great book to have in your collection.

The original edition of this Rare book was printed in 1904

Originally Published by Mary White

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CONTENTS

The Beads and Other Materials
Strung Chains ....
Bead-Weaving on a Loom
Diagonal Weaving Without a Loom 49
Beadwork on Canvas
Primitive Beadwork .
Candle-Shades
Knitted and Crocheted Bags and Purses
Beadwork for Children


PREFACE

Women come naturally by their love for beads.

They inherit it from their "great-great-twentyseven-
times-great-grandmother"—as the fairy tale says.

Close to the first rude implements for household
work explorers find bits of shell, turquoise, amber,
or lapis lazuli, pierced for stringing; rough and
asymmetrical to be sure, but unmistakably beads.

Each generation since the time of that very greatgrandmother
has had the taste for beadwork in
a greater or lesser degree, and with the different
peoples it has shown itself differently.

With some it has been gorgeous and barbaric;
others have wrought with exquisite fineness.

Many have only seen in it a personal ornament;
while others, like our North American Indian,
have used it to beautify alike their household
utensils and articles for ceremonial usage.

Studying Indian handicrafts, we cannot but recognise
the decorative possibilities of beadwork.

Let us see what we can do with it.

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