American Brave Beaded Hat Band By LJ Greywolf
American Brave Beaded Hat Band By LJ Greywolf
This beaded hat band is made up of tiny glass beads that measure about 1 mm each. Using such a small bead allows me to get a large amount of detail in such a small amount of area.
Each end of the beaded hat band is hand sewn to black stained leather and ties in the back with a black hand braided leather cord decorated with a sterling silver slider bead. The sterling slider bead is made by hand. I cut, shape, and polish each sterling bead by hand. Each end of the leather braid is a sterling silver tip with a horse hair tassel that I also make by hand. I cut and polish each sterling silver tip and insert horse hair into each end. I have beaded a finished edge across the top and bottom of the hat band, Within this finished edge I used a beaded thread that has 10 pounds of tensile strength. The hat band measures approximately 22 inches long and 1 inch wide.
I'm sure you will enjoy wearing and showing off this beautiful hat band.
This beaded hat band will make a very special gift for that someone special in your life.
Thank you for looking at my beaded jewelry.
To learn more about LJ Greywolf and to see all of his creations visit ljgreywolf.com
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