I saw the cutest friendship bracelet the other day. It was beaded and a really great diamond pattern. I thought I’d round up some cute heavy patterns, some of which are inspired by Navajo or other Native American patterns and some of which are just heavy patterns and bold colors.

1. Black Red and White Archery Decor Arrows by FletcherandFox on Etsy; 2. Robbins Egg Turquoise Brass Cuff by MissCAlexandria on Etsy; 3. Native American Pueblo Style Decorative Felted by FHLCreations; 4. Playa Bag Urban Tribal Handmade African Prints by NIDOUrbanoTribal; 5. Peach Ombre Chevron Embroidery Hoop Gradient by OooohStitchy; 6. Turtle Totem tt003 Native American style terra cotta by CasaLuz; 7. Native American beaded bracelet blue by HairTrigger on Etsy; 8. Knit Pattern pdf file Native Navajo Design by EunicesTickleTrunk; 9. Navajo Painting Original Artwork by fromroses on Etsy; 10. Southwestern Turquoise Leather Wrap Bracelet with by DESIGNbyANCE; 11. Hex Nut Friendship BraceletSea Green by KaringIsShering on Etsy; 12. Spiderweb Turquoise & Sterling Silver Ring by PureDichotomy.

So many fun finds here! I love the handmade playa bag. The deep pink and blues go together well and I bet it holds a lot!

Of course I added several bracelets. I can’t decide which I like best! The simplicity of the turquoise cuff bracelet is really appealing but I also love the patterns of the blue beaded bracelet and the leather wrap bracelet. The hex bracelets are cute, simple, and I bet they’d be fun to wear. I like the weight of metal.

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