"I wish they had these when my babies were little." We hear it all the time but the truth is that cultural babywearing has been present all over the world for a long, long time. See the different baby carrier styles across all the populated continents of the world!
Mongolia. Ulaan Bator. Fashion show at Torgo house
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Salmon skins can be scraped, tanned, and sewn together to make waterproof boots, mittens, and bags. Fishskin bags in various sizes were traditionally used to store clothing and foods such as fish eggs and salmon oil
The traditional dress worn by Quechua women today is a mixture of styles from Pre-Spanish days and Spanish Colonial peasant dress. It varies greatly in colour, design and style, depending on the region of Peru. In some communities they do very intricate embroidery on their skirts, and some use things like buttons, beads and flowers to adorn their hats and jackets. Embellishments on clothes and hair usually communicate one's social status in the community. Certain regions of Peru have very…
Qasperrluk Fish Skin Parka. Fish skin parka Frank Andrew said: "Kwethluk people scattered pike on glare ice. When they stuck, they pulled them up, removing the scales. They looked like cloth and seemed soft when worn." 1900, Anchorage Museum 1982.048.003