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    Okay, we have been away from the powwow circuit for about 8 years. My now 9 year old wants to go back to attending. He has decided he want to grass dance. I am curious about how the times have changed. Do you see more grass dancers using yarn, ribbon, or the same fringe we use for shawls? What is your suggestion?

  • #2
    Yarn.
    "I'd rather be @ a POW-WOW!"

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Furiously-Fancy View Post
      Yarn.
      That's what I am used to. I was just curious if the trend has moved on. Thanks for your imput. It is very much appreciated.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Furiously-Fancy View Post
        Yarn.
        yarn

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        • #5
          Yay! Two for yarn.

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          • #6
            I prefer chainette/ shawl fringe. I do however usualy use some yarn as well. There is another thread in the grassdance forum all about this. It is called "Grass dance fringe" I beleive. I hope this helps

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            • #7
              Originally posted by keeler View Post
              I prefer chainette/ shawl fringe. I do however usualy use some yarn as well. There is another thread in the grassdance forum all about this. It is called "Grass dance fringe" I beleive. I hope this helps
              Thanks. I am still trying to navigate my way around here. I didn't see it. Now that I found the part where it shows ALL topics, I do see it.

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              • #8
                It's linked in the FAQ as well.
                Mii iw keyaa ezhi-ditibiseyaan

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                • #9
                  Ribbon on the top is cool. And then yarn for the bottoms with some ribbon for accent.

                  I can't get used to the "shredded" cloth though.
                  ...it is what it is...

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