years and years ago i got an interest in bead working after buying some assorted Indian glass beads, the little turquoise ones and no two are alike in shape, anyway this is just a few ive found in the basement here. then i had this really cheep loom and made a few hat bands and some odds and ends stuff, wouldent mind starting up again using a better loom or beading tools.
southwest Texas USA
Much better starter kit than I had in the beginning. It was in the 60's. I used my mothers needles and thread, which wouldn't even fit through a lot of the super duper cheapy beads that 10 year old kids can afford........... And you could only buy them in mixed colors. I had tons of rings, all the same colors! I can't even imagine where I even learned what to do with them. But now I know I was using right angle weave, and peyote stitches. Which is funny, as the right angle really threw me for a loop when I started beading again. I guess when we're young, nothing tells us "Stop and find out what the he11 you're doing, first"
at some point here ill look online for some current equipment & tools, maby making bead work alittle easier and more fun, im not very creative when it comes to making this from an idea