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December 13, 2012


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Lisa J

Gorrrgeous. I love it all too. You know, they teach porcupine quill box-making, beading, moccasin-making, and more at the museum down the road from my house... You know, if you ever get the urge to plan a trip... xo


This is so interesting! It makes you want to sit down and stitch. AriadnefromGreece!

Sonia / Cozy Memories

Dang, this post with all these photos are SO inspiring & motivating, and most imporantly drop dead gorgeous as you nailed it !!! Thank you tremendously for taking time to take all these photos & to share them with us.
Broken lens ? Ouch, I am so very sorry, I feel for you my friend. If we lived closer to each other, you could use mine.


Very nice pictures. Beautiful beadwork. It would be a lot of fun making something with beads and use this as inspiration!

Jane S.

What amazing work! Thank you so much for sharing the pictures with us. If I lived nearby I'd be visiting that display more than once. :)


It was wonderful to see all this with you ♥ Miss you sweetie! Just blogged about it: http://blogdelanine.blogspot.mx/2012/12/royal-ontario-museum.html


So beautiful!


Any chance of the exhibit traveling to the US? Gorgeous stuff! Thanks for the photos :)


Go thru these elder items and just look for your that tickle any fancy.


it's so amazing!
I shared with friends on http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_b85fc33201018uci.html

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