How to Make a Ribbon Shirt?

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Ribbon shirts may be unfamiliar to some people but it is an important shirt that is still being used by some native Americans today. In order to make it, the traditional patern is important. Calico is usually the cloth used to make this shirt. You would have to purchase the cloth so that you will not run out. Follow the pattern and using a sewing machine, sew it all together.
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How to Make a Ribbon Shirt
It has become traditional for Native American men to wear ribbon shirts at important ceremonies. Native American women began making ribbon shirts hundreds of years ago as a way to create beautiful and creative designs. Ribbon shirts are pullover shirts... More »
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