When I was a teenager, my mom bought me one of those little looms that you can do beadwork on, and I really enjoyed making hatbands and other small things on the loom. Working with those tiny beads was hard, and you had to use a very thin needle to thread the beads on with; but I enjoyed watching the pattern come into place as I strung the beads on row by row. Now, I doube that I could see those tiny seed beads well enough to make anything , or if I did, it would be more of frustration than enjoyment. I do like the pony beads though, and it is great to take and old t-shirt, cut the sleeves and the bottom so you have fringes, and then add the beads onto the fringes for a kind of Indian/Hippie look. When I was in high school, we were allowed to do leather tooling in art class, and I really loved doing leatherwork. I ordered a bridle, breast collar and saddlebags from Tandy (Radio Shack now), and then carved a picture of my horse on all of them, dyed the leather, and painted the horse to look like mine. When I rode her, I had a very unique set and received many compliments on the tack and saddlebags.