Kennedy, Sylvia S. J.
September 1983
Ornament;Sep83, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p39
The article features bead designer Mary B. Hetz. She uses 2-cut and 3-cut, seed and lined beads with translucent, opaque or metallic shades in her creations. Most of her materials come from Czechoslovakia and Japan. Her Mary B line consists of animal belt designs, jewelry and hair accessories such as hair combs, barrettes, and headbands. Color, pattern and design are the main factors affecting the development of her fashion items.


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