This beaded rope keychain is a cute way of proclaiming Indigenous pride while keeping track of essentials (i.e. keys). Beaded ropes are fashioned by tightly wrapping, then securing down beads around a thin rope. They are hearty and can take some daily wear and tear.
Approximately 11” in length, this 3-Cut Light Turquoise keychain is simple, not to flashy; bonded with a thin piece of leather.
GC is an enrolled member with the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. A mother of five, GC has been beading since she was a teenager. She learned to bead, sew and other crafting from her grandmother, mother and several aunties. She continues to do these things to pave a path for her children to continue. She wants to promote and live a heathy lifestyle for her family. She encourages her children and others around her to continue to practice traditional crafting. Beading has always been her favorite; creating florals is her favorite things to bead.