Here is a lovely example of beading detail on a treasure bag from Unstrung Sisters (etsy)
For centuries, amulet bags have been made in African nations, for Native American practices, and have been used by Wiccans and pagans.
Often the bags are intricately stitched and beaded and/or constructed from leather, with elaborate designs and adornment. These are small bags, usually hung like necklaces from a cord or thong around the neck to carry sacred objects. The exterior charms often act as protective influence, but the bag itself usually contains additional protection inside in the form of crystals, feathers, herbs, etc.