Indian Bead-weaving Patterns: Chain-weaving Designs, Bead Loom Weaving, and Bead Embroidery : an Illustrated "how-to" Guide

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Bead-Craft, 1989 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
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Written for both beginners and advanced beaders with over 200 illustrations and photographs of 47 bead-work pieces. The emphasis here is on traditional Native American techniques. The patterns include Ogalala Butterfly, Peyote Stitch, Apache Leaf, Zig-zag, Potawatomi Weave, and Lakota Chain among others. Includes sources for supplies, notes on knots and threading, and an illustrated section on how to make an Indian Bead Loom. Other techniques explained are pendants, ear drops, rosettes, applique, and sewn beadery. A complete beading resource.

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About the author (1989)

Goodhue's professional career began in 1926 as a graduate in Education and Mathematics from Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota. He applied this degree as a teacher of Mathematics at Moorhead, Minnesota High School until 1942, when he joined the Army as an officer in his National Guard unit. After being discharged he enrolled in the University of Minnesota for a Graduate Degree in Counselling Psychology. He retied from the St. Paul Post Office in 1966.

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