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This is one of the best places to find American Indian clothing and Fabric. The Plains Indian women worn three hide dresses that were decorated by quillwork, (from porcupines) shells, coins, fur or what ever they found to make their apparel attractive. For everyday work the decorations were left off so not to ruin them. On this page you will find patterns for the Indian plains dress too.
Many of the men were shirtless during the summer and during the winter they brought out their cloaks, furs, leather leggings for the cold weather.
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Each group of Indians had their own style of dress so you would have to research what tribe you are representing to find out exactly what was worn.
At first Indian clothing was made from animal hides and woven cloth but as more people settled on the land cloth fabrics was introduced to them and the materials changed. Indians loved colorful clothing and make beautiful designs for their outfits.
On this page you will find American native Indian clothing, fabric, prints, dress and patterns for Sale.
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In this parable the shepherd goes out to search for the one lost sheep-the very least that can be numbered. So if there had been but one lost soul, Christ would have died for that one. To read more click Lost Sheep