|Learning to Bead On-Line
"Diamond Yonvadisi" asks how to bead barrettes to sell as "Authentic Indian Arts and Crafts"
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"The problem is....How do I attach the beading to the leather? Is it sewn on? I have tried gluing it and it is not looking right"
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