Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Featured Artisan...Wooley Creek Tribal and Ethnic Jewelry

At Wooley Creek Tribal and Ethnic Jewelry you will find some of the most beautiful beaded earrings you ever saw. Indian Maidens, Navajo Rug designs. and the cutest little beaded felt moccasins I have ever had the privilege to own.

(My husband and I own Indian Nations Trading Post in Livingston, MT and have both purchased and seen oodles of beadwork, so we know excellent work when we see it. Needless to say we now have a number of Wooley's earrings in our store and can attest to the quality of her work.)

Wooley's first love has always been Rag Doll making. She started making Rag Dolls back in 1979. Due to life changes, Wooley switched to beading in 1990. Together with her husband, Wooley sells her treasures at Pow Wows and flea markets. Online you can find her under the name of Wooleycreek at Ebay and at her Artfire store, Wooley Creek Tribal and Ethnic Jewelry. I'm sure she would appreciate a visit or two. :))

Take care all!
aka Lesley

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1 comment:

  1. What a wonderful tribute!! Thank you so much!!