BEADWORK & CRAFTS
Throughout time Native American people
have used items that were natural and convienent for the area where they lived. My people are known for their carvings
and totem poles. Many other nations have done beadwork like mine, or sand art and silversmithing for my Arizona cousins,
the Navajo nation to the south. We have learned to recreate designs and artwork from our Elders with traditional
values. I would like to share with you some of the items that I am proud of. My favorite hobbies are needlepoint,
cross stitch, knitting, beading, and crocheting. Here is some of the Native American beadwork that I have done and sell at
Art Shows in my area. We are constantly adding new items and learning new traditional crafts. I hope that you
enjoy these examples.
EASY PAYMENT FOR
With the increase of buying on the internet, we are concerned
with your safety. In that respect we are pleased to let you know that we are able to accept a postal money order
or a bank certified check as your payment. Our policy is simple, when we receive your payment and it clears the bank
the items you ordered are yours and we will ship them to you. If you are interested in ordering anything that you see
here please feel free to send us an email.
Beaded Medicine Bags
Here is the place to find the newest offerings that we have
for you to purchase from our trading post. This an beaded medicine bag that is handmade with Delica beads. The pastel colors
mixed with crystal give a bag a shimmering quality that will enhance anything that you chose to wear it with. These bags are
made individually and not by a specific pattern which makes no two bags alike for those with individualist taste and style.
Price: $75.00 plus shipping and handling