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beadwork

[beed-wurk] /ˈbidˌwɜrk/
noun
1.
beading (defs 1, 4).
Origin
1745-1755
1745-55; bead + work
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Examples from the web for beadwork
  • If you are searching for something a bit more fashionable, try creating your own piece of beadwork.
  • It's the actual isolation of the cell, and it's in this native beadwork.
  • Pueblo artisans make woven belts, beadwork, and brown micaceous pottery.
  • Others worked on river boats, in the mines, some sold beadwork and pottery dolls to train tourists.
  • Later, intricate beadwork was practiced in the decoration of moccasins.
  • The brim is typically covered with silver or beadwork.
  • In addition to beadwork and story traditions, he will teach some aspects of ceremonies and herbal medicines.
  • Demonstrations of basket-weaving, beadwork, and traditional games are presented.
  • Raven is a creative jewelry maker and is particularly noted for her beadwork.
  • Each year, the participants create handmade elaborate, vibrant costumes with intricate beadwork that take up to a year to create.

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