An original antique red 31-strand Naga necklace embraces and wraps around a beautifully carved antique shell from Papua New Guinea. The Naga people, from the hills of northeast Indian and western Burma, were amazingly creative in their adornments. They were also avid headhunters, something of a cultural anomaly since they were surrounded by Buddhists in three directions and Hindus to the south.
Have a few fabric scraps lying around? I mean those little scraps that you've been saving for years. Well, you were right. There is a good use for them. Almost any fabric or leather can be knotted, rolled, padded, or wrapped into decorative shapes you can use anywhere that you'd use ordinary beads or buttons. @Niki Kinney Kinney Kinney Lavin