I love beading! :)

Why did I create the Blog, and YouTube Tutorials?

My parents have always taught me to share things with others. This is me sharing the talent of beading with all who are interested. I want to share this Talent I have learned with others, so they can learn too! I have it for display in hopes that I might be able to help and inspire others who are interested in beading! Because this way, others can make their own jewelry with out having to pay for it, and be proud that they did it themselves! :)
*Remember that people have their own ways of doing things, this is the way that I am comfortable beading.
** This is a hobby for me, it is something I do as a stress reliever and for fun.. all while putting my heart into it <3
Feel free to comment on the posts you like! I enjoy the feedback.. If you have any questions, please ask and I will respond.
Thank You! Kristen Sally

Thursday, September 22, 2011

How to: Native American Beadwork, Beaded Bracelet


Ulrike said...

Thank you! That is beautiful and your instructions are so easy to follow. I've always wanted to make a bracelet like this and now I'm going to give it a go!

bre said...

This is just beautiful! Thank you for sharing it with us!

Anonymous said...

You do beautiful work and great videos!

Anonymous said...

Hi I really enjoy your videos. But I was wondering where you get your buckskin from?

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for this great video !
Where do you buy your beads ? They are prettier than the one here. I am waiting for the next video.Sure. Saramarie

Malka said...

where can I get the pattern for the blue bracelet. I would like to do it on a beading loom. I need to know the color of the beads and the amount of beads as well.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this tutorial on beading, Meegwetch from an ojibway kwe from northern ontario

MtnLady said...

Thank you for your video. It is very clear and (I hope) easy to follow. But how do you do the closure? I am not understanding that. Perhaps a short video or maybe just photos? Thank you again. It is beautiful!

Debra said...

Its intrisic beauty never grows old.