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Old 07-30-2002, 03:51 PM   #1
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Tips on how to make a breastplate

Woman's breastplate...

Alright... I finally got all the material that I need to make my breatplate. I'll be using 4" bones, crow beads (I think that's what you call them), some silver crow beads, and bone feathers & mini jinglesto hang on the bottom.

Which would be better.. make it line by line? or row by row?

I decided to put 30 - 4" bones in each row. That should be good enough right? I started the breastplate going line by line... but now I'm wondering if that was such a good idea. I don't want the bones/beads to come off.

Any suggestions that you might have would be totally appreciated. Meegwetc.. in advance.

Peace..
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