Piney Hollow Beadworks Presents:

Worry is a waste

“Worry is a waste of imagination.” ~ Walt Disney  Tearing my hair out,
loosing sleep,
what a waste
lest my imagination reap,
the ideals of creation,
and to know the truth,
granting appreciation,
and lost eyes of youth.

Source: Worry is a waste

2011 in review

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A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,300 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 22 trips to carry that many people.

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French seed Beads

Chevrons

African Trade Beads

African trade beads are from other parts of the world and were traded to the Africans.

Beads were traded for Gold, Ivory, Palm Oil and more. Most are Venetian.

Beads continue to be traded from Africa today.

In the past 40 years Africans started making their own beads and trading them around the world.

We have a variety of colors and sizes in Peking Glass beads.

China became a large scale exporter of these beads in the early 1840s.