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Synonyms for beadwork

ornamentation with beads

a beaded molding for edging or decorating furniture

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She said she relocated to Kacgae in the Ghanzi District, with the intention to look for greener pastures, but as if by a divine sign, she met a group of women who dealt with beadwork, something that she thought she had run away from.
Because so many cultural items like Agnes Topash's purse were kept in families or sold to non-Natives, some believe that the Michigan Potawatomi never truly developed a signature beadwork style in the same way that other Native-American tribes, such as the Potawatomi in Wisconsin, did.
Strawberries are also prominent in Haudenosaunee beadwork designs.
Journeys in Beadwork at the Shipley Art Gallery offered two new exhibitions showcasing African beadwork, both traditional and contemporary-style.
As well as the main piece of art, we also have a pair of beadwork mukluks (boots to you and me) and a child''s buckskin dress.
The women are called nyonya, hence the use of the term Nyonya beadwork, just like Peranakan Chinese food is often referred to as Nyonya cuisine.
The structure of beadwork is technically geometric and that kind of form is perfect for machine knitting.
These include beadwork, goldwork - a fairly uncommon skill now mostly used for high-quality church vestments and art embroidery - and stumpwork, raised embroidery drawn from vivid designs of 17thcentury needlework.
The booths and displays showed an array of First Nations and Metis crafts including items of jewellery, beadwork, pow-wow regalia, oil paintings, beaded lamps, wedding cakes and tipis.
SHAPED BEADWORK is an outstanding jewelry crafting guide for any who would weave patterns to make lovely two- and three-dimensional forms.
ALTHOUGH many people are aware of North American beadwork, fewer people realise there is a British tradition of beadwork stretching back to the Middle Ages.
Zulu inspired beadwork; weaving techniques and projects.
Once the relationship between folk art and visual argument is clear, a case study of Blackfeet beadwork from 1895 to 1935 is undertaken.