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Pamela Stanley-Millner. North American Indian Beadwork Patterns. Weave belts, headbands, and sashes and decorate handbags, vests, blouses, and other garments with this inexpensive do-it-yourself book. Complete instructions and color keys for every chart and pattern.

American Indian beadwork is on display in many museums around the country. Its splendid colors and vibrant patterns enlivening belts, dresses, headbands and other leather artifacts are a testament to the skill of many hands and the eye for beauty of many tribes.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading North American Indian Beadwork Patterns. This book contains the patterns for many of the tribes as well as color schemes taken from the original work in museums

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading North American Indian Beadwork Patterns. This book contains the patterns for many of the tribes as well as color schemes taken from the original work in museums. It has a special area in the rear of the book for the applique patterns. This book is not for beginners.

In these pages you'll find 73 charts for bead weaving and 12 full-page patterns for bead appliqué — all taken from authentic craftwork of the Cheyenne, Sioux, Crow, Sauk & Fox, Winnebago, Kickapoo, Cree, Arapaho, and other Native American groups. Complete instructions are provided along with color keys for every chart and pattern.Use the charts to weave belts, headbands, sashes, necklaces, and other eye-catching accessories. You'll find the appliqué patterns are perfect for decorating leather, denim, and other fabrics. It's a great way to embellish handbags, vests, blouses, and other apparel and personal items. By following the clear step-by-step instructions in this book, even beginners can create a host of attractive beadwork projects with authentic Native American flavor.


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spacebreeze
This book provides a lot of patterns based on different Native American tribal designs. I also like that they suggest bead colors as I am a beginner and a little color challenged. The book discusses bead weaving (using a loom) and applique beading (on fabric), but if you're a beginner you'll probably have to look on YouTube for more info. I think this is more of a pattern/design book than a how-to bead book. I am actually to try to use these patterns for embroidery, which I think is also doable.

The first part of the book presents designs for bead weaving and the second part presents designs for applique beading. There are more designs for bead weaving than for applique beading.

There is no table of contents or index, so if you're looking for designs from or inspired by a particular tribe you have to page through the book. Here's a list of tribes covered. I've tried to be as accurate as possible but provide no guarantee to accuracy. The tribe names are those as printed in the book. Note that the designs for a specific tribe aren't covered in consecutive pages, and for example you may find Sioux designs on pages 4, 8, 11, 30, etc. The number in parentheses indicates the number of patterns/designs.

Bead weaving patterns/designs:
(45 pages of patterns or varying sizes):
* Algonquian (1)
* Arapaho (5)
* Assisinboin (1)
* Blackfoot (1)
* Caddoan Villagers
* Cheyenne (4)
* Comanche (1)
* Crow (7)
* Dakota Sioux (4)
* Deleware (1)
* Flathead (1)
* Gros Ventre (1)
* Kickapoo (2)
* Kiowa (2)
* Klamath (2)
* Paiute (2)
* Osage (1)
* Menominee (2)
* New England Tribe
* Plains (1)
* Plains Cree (3)
* Potawatatomi (1)
* Sacree (1)
* Sauk and Fox (3)
* Seminole (2)
* Sioux (6)
* Southern Plains (1)
* Washo (1)
* Winnebago (10) (No indication Nebraska or Wisconsin tribes)
* Woodland (2)
* Yakima (2)

Applique beading patterns/designs:
(12 pages)
* Chippewa (3)
* Cree (1)
* Flathead (1)
* Iroquois (1)
* Menominee (1)
* Ojibwa (1)
* Plains Cree (1)
* Potawatatomi (1)
* Winnebago (2)
Direbringer
This book is accurate as a representation of Native American Art. The patterns are easy to follow no problems there. If you want color patterns just take out your color pencils and color it in. The cost of the book is as it should be I have no problem there. Remember our native peoples only had so many colors available and the beads were roughly made from sea shell and bone not glass. These patterns meant something to the weaver and those tribes wearing them. I am enjoying these creations. These are a teaching point to our children and grandchildren.
Braned
This book contains the patterns for many of the tribes as well as color schemes taken from the original work in museums. It has a special area in the rear of the book for the applique patterns. This book is not for beginners.
Araath
I bought this for my niece. It's hard to follow for children (she's 10), but would be great for older kids or adults. Great explanations & patterns!
Irostamore
Charts in black and white. Using colored markers to make the charts easier to read.
Arcanescar
I am going to enjoy reading and looking at the new patterns. I have books already on patterns but I like to see new ones and ones I know I do not have.
Jediathain
Fast secure shipping. I'm using this for beading ideas for clothing for the American Girl Kaya. My only complaint was none of the pictures, except on the front and back cover, were in color. Great reference book.
I do not do beadwork but I am a gourd artist. I got this book last month to get ideas for patterns on my gourds. I really like the book because the author has also given the name of what Nation/Tribe the bead patterns came from. The patterns are large enough to see details. For those who do beadwork she has also included complete instructions and color keys. I will also be using some of these patterns for closed coiling designs on top of some of my gourds.
North American Indian Beadwork Patterns download epub
Crafts & Hobbies
Author: Pamela Stanley-Millner
ISBN: 0486288358
Category: Crafts, Hobbies & Home
Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
Language: English
Publisher: Dover Publications; 12/17/95 edition (January 16, 1996)
Pages: 64 pages