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Old 10-23-2018, 05:24 PM   #8
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Mrs. Holy Bears work is contemporary but doing such work with antique beads, great.

Yes, but be a great love. Seems like the same with hand sewn shirts of medieval times. The ladies could sew better by hand than most can do today with machines. You need a lot of practice and patience do do it in such quality.

When I look at the pictures within "Beauty, Honor, and Tradition The Legacy of Plains Indian Shirt's by Joseph D. and George P. Horse Capture" the ladies did marvellous work.
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