This instructional bead kit is a pair of corns that are made into earrings. They are made of glass seed beads mixed with a small piece of leather in the middle to simulate the corn husks. natural husks are not recommended because of their tendency to deteriorate and attract bugs. The beads and leather are provided, along with the needle, thread and earwires. They measure about an inch long and 1/2 inch wide. The instruction sheet included helps you learn how to make the earrings longer or shorter to fit perfectly. The bead stitch is called corn stitch or square stitch and comes in handy to make a variety of objects that are not flat or square in shape, such as round or oval. Other stitches included on a couple of rows are called decreasing brick stitch. Clear nail polish or white glue is also required but not provided for sealing knots or temporarily holding the leather in lace. Metal french ear wires are included so the corns can be hung onto ear lobe holes. A selection of assorted glass beads are added to use in a random order, rather than a particular order, as seen in nature for a most natural look.