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  • Arsoy
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    Yeah I really don't like this picture.
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    Last edited by Arsoy; 01-27-2020, 03:30 PM.

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  • LISA IRONMAKER
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    Ohh wow I love that style of bustles thx for sharing the video that is totally different too interesting....gawd I know those lil nervy pheasant are all over the road here too I been threating to run over them hahahahaha haven't yet though.

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  • sookout sh'nob
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    Originally posted by LISA IRONMAKER View Post
    I was just thinking the same thing this morning my lil guy needs a new chicken dance bustle and I was seriously thinking of getting him one made with pheasant feathers
    Good time of year for it - they're just getting nervy over here in Minnesota, lots of 'em wind up taking a permanent nap on the side of the road.

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  • sookout sh'nob
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    Please excuse my notherness - like this one here?
    Great Plains Indian Dancers, 2008 AIAC at the Seminole Big Cypress Reservation


    Originally posted by WhoMe View Post
    I just saw a pheasant feathered bustle at an Oklahoma powwow. I haven't seen one of those since the late great fancy dancer, Elmer Brown was alive. Pheasants are not Native to the Americas and were imported from China.

    It's good to see this bustle style make a come back into the arena!

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  • LISA IRONMAKER
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    I was just thinking the same thing this morning my lil guy needs a new chicken dance bustle and I was seriously thinking of getting him one made with pheasant feathers

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  • WhoMe
    started a topic Pheasant Feathered Bustle

    Pheasant Feathered Bustle

    I just saw a pheasant feathered bustle at an Oklahoma powwow. I haven't seen one of those since the late great fancy dancer, Elmer Brown was alive. Pheasants are not Native to the Americas and were imported from China.

    It's good to see this bustle style make a come back into the arena!

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  • eutrinka
    let's talk bustles!!!
    by eutrinka
    Ok if you have seen the thread "let's talk roaches" I want to create a similar thread about bustles!


    What region did the bustle originate from?

    What tribe(s) originally wore the bustle?

    Who was allowed to wear a bustle?

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    12-23-2003, 01:12 AM
  • crowvisions
    bustle construction
    by crowvisions
    how do i make my bustle colapsable? also how would i attach the trailer to the base of the back pannel?
    06-23-2003, 01:16 PM
  • wyat
    Bustle storage and transport
    by wyat
    What does everybody keep their bustles in when not in use or traveling to a dance?

    I have seen some fancy wood octagnal feather boxes and some metal trash can lookin things. What do you use?

    [ August 07, 2001: Message edited by: wyat ]
    08-07-2001, 05:10 PM
  • WhoMe
    Traditional Owl Feathers
    by WhoMe
    A friend of mine asked me to help him update his traditional dance rig.

    I asked him to show me what he had.

    He showed me some old bells worn on the side, Hudson Bay blanket leggins, a few other odds and ends and an old bunch bustle made from both hawk and owl feathers....
    08-23-2007, 02:29 PM
  • sookout sh'nob
    new bustle
    by sookout sh'nob
    I'm making a new bustle set - two outer rows and no extenders. I've never made this style (no extenders), and I'm wondering if anyone on this board has made a fancy bustle without dowel extenders before and how many spikes they used? I'm trying to ball park my materials here.


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    03-15-2006, 04:49 PM

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