EV75 - Plains Indian Dress Pattern. This pattern features an extensive section on "Working with Leather" and a complete glossary of all of the terms used. Sizes available from the pattern are 8 through 20. First Nations, American Indian. This three hide dress is typical of the Plains Indian Dress worn by the women of many Tribes. It may be decorated with beadwork, quillwork, shells, coins, fur, fringing, ribbon, metal cones and/or trade cloth; for everyday use, it was worn without adornment.
Included are instructions for a "Natural Style" that has the legs and natural edges intact (as shown on the front cover of the pattern - left) and a "Tailored Style" with long sleeve fringe and cut edges.
The pattern features an extensive section on "Working with Leather" and a complete glossary of all of the terms used. Sizes available from the pattern are 8 through 20.
The women of all tribes wore more clothing than the men. The most typical garment was the sleeveless dress, a one-piece garment, an excellent example of which is to be seen in the Audubon collection.
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