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    I am of Cherokee family. When I was making my Beautiful Buckskin dress.I made the fringe long on the arms,I only have a small amount of Bead work on her. Just to out line the edge of my sleeves and the edge o the neck. I did not start out to do this it just came out that way.It came from my heart. I was told one time that it was like a working dress. I love to dance in her and a have people tell me how pretty it is . She is a very plane dress but there is something that catches peoples eye.

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    sounds very interesting!
    Could you post a pic?
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