Make your own Peyote Stitch Key Ring
The Wandering Bull Native American Trading Shop instructions will show you how to make a Peyote Stitch Key Ring. You can also use these instructions to decorate fan handles, pens, awl cases, dance sticks and more with Peyote Stitch!
You will need:
- Seed beads
- Beading needles
- NYMO Beading Thread
- Key ring components (dowel, leather, glue, bull clip, screw eye & key ring)
Or you can start with our Peyote Stitch Beadwork Kit our kit includes everything you need.
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Native American Crafting is Good for You
Crafting is an activity that brings different ideas to mind, depending on who is considering it. Some remember rainy day activities that involved empty containers and construction paper, others think of projects that involve buying supplies to create a particular item, and some consider it an everyday activity that is part of their lifestyle.
Crafting has had different purposes throughout human history. Creating functional objects from raw materials is certainly an important aspect of crafting. Expressing emotions, beliefs and esthetic ideals is another. Satisfying an inner desire to create by fashioning something beautiful or unexpected is a basic human trait.
What is the appeal of crafting today? Are there benefits for the crafter? Continue reading Crafting is Fun and Good for You
Leather is a durable and flexible material created by tanning animal skins. Tanning animal skins into leather is a process which alters the protein structure of the animal’s skin. Tanning can be performed by several different methods. At The Wandering Bull Native American Trading Post you will find several different leather types to choose from. Continue reading Leather Types