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Re: Native American beading

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wjbaas_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sun Oct 21 2001 - 19:12:24 PDT


> Hi Susan,

I just finished this with my HS jewelry class. This was an intro to beading they
had to do on their own using the offloom technique. I have the directions all
written but they have been zeroxed a few times and aren't super clear. Will try to
bring them home fron School, scan and send. I use 28ga. beading wire from Rings
and Things but any 28 ga wire would work.
Gelato

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> didn't fit the pattern. According to instruction, Native American artists
> would do this as a reminder that no one is perfect. Or that it was important
> not to think you were perfect. . .
>
> Anyway, I need to know more about this before I make a lesson out of it. can
> someone tell me if the idea makes sense, is appropriate, or point me in the
> direction of more info? I will also need to know what kind of wire to use.
>
> Thanks!
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