These are the adventures of the Thunderpaws Tribe and their humans.  Relax, sit back, and take a trip with us, as we explore the wonderful world of creativity, with a touch of silliness for good measure.

There are fabric imaginations of the wearable sort,  as well as beaded creations.  We will have musings, ruminations and general glimpses of whatever passes through our furry minds, or otherwise attracts our attention.

Welcome!

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  1. Oh, what fun! Gee, I somehow thought you were located in Florida! Don’t remember why, tho. My uncle used to be a principal in the Wyatt Earp Museum in Tuscon and I loved my one visit to the city, one late fall after enough rain to turn the desert into a garden with everything in bloom

    • Yes, the desert is truly wonderful after rain. One of the things that makes summer here bearable – watching the lightening storms move across the valley, and smelling the creosote after the rain hits the desert.

  2. PLEASE can you tell me how to make the licorice grey and red herringbone twist necklace that you posted in 2012. I just came across it and love the design.

    • If you’re talking about the Necco Wafer necklace, it’s a 3 stitch herrigbone. Once the strap is long enough, you just start stitching from the side instead of the bottom. There are 2 straps created, each with the scallop at the end (usually 3 points). The point sections are wrapped around each other, and the end tacked to the back. I know, clear as mud, huh…

      • Thank you it is a lovely design it was the one which had points and the back part divided at the side into two twisted pieces.

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