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Wig Wau

Welcome to the New Notoweega Teachings and Social Section.

Subcategories from this category: Language, Crafting, Regalia and other things

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I came across this tutorial yesterday and thought I would share it. The finished chain looks amazing! I made one, and am in love with it. I hope you enjoy! http://www.fusionbeads.com/Spiral-Rope-Chain

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 For the first tutorial, I wanted to post something that would involve both children and parents, while searching online I came across this blog post tutorial from eclecticakiddo.com.

One of the first things I learned to bead when I was younger was the daisy chain. This tutorial focuses on creating a daisy chain using toilet paper rolls. The principle is the same for using beads. I thought that by posting this particular tutorial using the bigger materials, it would show the step by step process in an easier to understand and follow dialogue. Thus making it a project that would be a great learning tool for both parent and child.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

To access the tutorial, please click the link at the top or bottom of this blog post.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial. Thanks for looking!

http://eclecticakiddo.com/blogs/news

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Posted by on in Crafting, Regalia and other things
Intro...

niyáwë skênö'  - Hello

Jennifer yeyásö. - My name is Jennifer, some of you may also know me as Utsi'tanôwê'  or Kamama (Butterfly). I've been crafting for as long as I can remember, wither it be drawing, painting, sewing, beading, etc. I feel as though each and everyone of us has a talent. Perhaps you're a leather worker, a blacksmith, a flint napper, beader, seamstress, etc. yourself. All forms of crafting is an art, and these arts are a wonderful thing. If you're an old skool crafter, or a newbie just getting started, I hope this blog provides useful information to help you along your way. In the future you will be able to find tips n' tricks, tutorials, bead graph patterns, photos, and random talk about the latest projects I'm working on. If you have ideas or suggestions on what you would like to see, please feel free to let me know. I look forward to posting, and thank you for looking. :)

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