Belt Buckle Blanks – Metal

Belt Buckle Blanks - Metal
Belt Buckle Blanks – Metal

Our metal Belt Buckle Blanks are the perfect foundation for your belt buckle project. Bead on leather, or attach loomwork to leather and sew onto these blanks.

Metal Belt Buckle Blanks are available in sizes to fit most belt blanks.

These blanks are made out of a hard base metal (which varies) that is not suitable for engraving. They are close to flat, but not quite. Select oval or rectangular.

Quantity Discounts available when you buy 4 or more of one size!

  • Small Oval 3.25″ x 2.25″  with 1 5/8″ belt loop in back
  • Small Rectangle 3.25″ x 2″ with 1 5/8″ belt loop in back
  • Large Oval 4.5″ x 3″ with a 1.75″ belt loop in back
  • Large Rectangle 4″ x 2.75″  with a  1.75″ belt loop in back
  • Mini rectangle measures 2″ x 1.25″  with a 1″ belt loop in back
  • Mini oval measures 2.25″ x 1.5″  with 1″ belt loop in back

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Belt Horse Hair Woven

Belt Horse Hair Woven
Belt Horse Hair Woven

Add this Woven Horse Hair Belt to your collection! Made in the 1970s, this vintage piece is made with white, brown and black horse hair woven into six bands and then sewn together. The two small belt straps are also woven. The belt buckle is metal with a plastic overlay design. There is one small chip on the buckle by the metal tack.

The woven part of the belt measures 40″ long and 3/4″ wide. The buckle measures 2″ long and 1″ wide. The plastic overlay is 1 1/2″ wide.

One of a kind!

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Strap Leather (Belt Strap) – By the Square Foot

Strap Leather (Belt Strap) - By the Square Foot
Strap Leather (Belt Strap) – By the Square Foot

You will find Strap Leather (Belt Strap) useful for a variety of projects including belts, guitar or banjo straps, moccasin soles and shoulder straps. Our Strap Leather is top quality Cowhide. We sell it by the square foot.

We carry four colors:

  • TAN – the lightest color
  • SADDLE – a dark brown
  • WHITE – painted on one side, gray on the other
  • BLACK

Cowhide weight is 7-8 oz. which is a standard belt weight.

  • TAN leather is about 3/16″ thick, the thickest of our strap
  • WHITE is also thick, but not quite as thick as the Tan
  • SADDLE and BLACK are approx. 1/8″ thick and are somewhat more supple than the Tan.

When ordering, please enter the number of Square Feet you want in the Quantity box.

If you have questions about your project and how much square footage you will need, please contact us!  Email sales@wanderingbull.com or call 800-430-2855.  We will be happy to assist you!

You can also purchase Strap Leather pre-cut in straps of 12″, 24″, 36″, 48″ and 60″ long up to 4″ wide.   Click here for cut strips of Strap Leather .

Hiawatha Wampum Belt Tote

Hiawatha Wampum Belt Tote
Hiawatha Wampum Belt Tote

We created Wandering Bull Tote Bags exclusively for our customers. A company  here in New Hampshire makes them for us! You will find these canvas tote bags perfect for carrying craft projects, extra items to the dance circle, or even to the beach!

Wandering Bull Tote Bags measure 16″ tall by 18″ wide. They have a wide gusset at the bottom that allows the bag to stand. The 10 oz canvas is strong. You can easily sling the long nylon webbed handles over your shoulder.

We offer Wandering Bull Tote Bags in 5 designs!

Hiawatha Wampum Belt Tote

The five main units of the Hiawatha Wampum Belt represent the five Original Nations that comprised the Iroquois Confederacy. From left to right, this design represents the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca. The connecting line is the path of peace. Other Nations are welcome to travel the path of peace and seek shelter under the great tree.

Wampum Belt 5 Row 29 inch

Wampum Belt 5 Row 29 inch
Wampum Belt 5 Row 29 inch

Master Craftsman Andy Bullock created this classic 5 row Wampum Belt exclusively for us! He used White and Transparent Cobalt Blue Glass Reproduction Wampum to create the design.

Add it as a strap to your Bandoleer Bag or Powder Horn! Or wear it alone as a sash!

This Wampum Belt measures 29.5″ long x 2.25″ wide. It comes with 14″ of Smoke Suede Leather fringe.

One of a Kind!

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Strap Leather (Belt Strap)

Strap Leather (Belt Strap) - By the Square Foot
Strap Leather (Belt Strap)

Strap Leather is heavy Cowhide Leather. You will find Strap Leather essential for a variety of projects. You can use it to make belts, guitar or banjo straps, Breastplate Strips, Choker Spacers, Moccasin soles and shoulder straps.

We carry four colors:

  • TAN – the lightest color
  • SADDLE – a dark brown
  • WHITE – painted on one side, gray on the other
  • BLACK

Straps come pre-cut in lengths of 12″, 24″, 36″, 48″ and 60″.  You can choose from seven widths: 0.5″, 1″, 1.5″, 2″ 2.5″, 3″ or 4″.

If you prefer bulk square footage rather than straps, Click here for Strap Leather by the Square Foot.

Cowhide weight is 7-8 oz. which is a standard belt weight.

  • TAN leather measures  about 3/16″ thick, the thickest of our strap
  • WHITE is also thick, but not quite as thick as the Tan
  • SADDLE and BLACK are approx. 1/8″ thick and are somewhat more supple than the Tan.

Belt Buckle Geometric Design

Belt Buckle Geometric Design
Belt Buckle Geometric Design

Try this Beaded Belt Buckle on for size!  The crafter created it with tiny Tube Beads in a geometric design. Each of these Tube Beads measure just 1mm long and they shine!  The crafter used White, Turquoise, Green, Orange, Yellow and Black Tube Beads to make the design and to bead the edges. He used Deerskin Leather for the backing.

This Belt Buckle measures approximately 3.5″ x 2.5″.  You will see some marks on the back from wear and some rust on the prong and loop.  There is a sticker on the back that says Flathead made. The Beadwork is intact and the Buckle remains in very usable condition.

One of a Kind!

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Reproduction Tab Belt Bag

Reproduction Tab Belt Bag
Reproduction Tab Belt Bag

Master Craftsman Andy Bullock created this unique Tab Belt Bag as a reproduction of an Upper Missouri River bag from the 1850s.  Andy used Braintanned Deerskin Leather to make the Bag. Then he beaded it with White, Pony Trader Blue and White Center Red seed beads. He added Alabaster Pony Beads for the edge beading. Aged Tin Cones hanging from Braintanned Deerskin Leather finish the piece.

The 12″ long beaded Flap hides the 2.5″ pouch.  The Flap measures 3.5″ at the widest point. The Ties measure approx. 77″ long.

You will find this Tab Belt Bag a fabulous addition to your Native American Regalia. It will also make an interesting addition to your Native American Beadwork Collection!

One of a Kind!

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Wampum Belts of the Iroquois

Wampum Belts of the Iroquois

Wampum Belts of the Iroquois

By Tehanetorens. Softcover. 127 pgs.

Guided by their teacher, Tehanetorens, students of the Indian Way School at Akwesasne Mohawk Nation present their authentic replicas of sacred Iroqouis wampum belts and strings. This book also includes descriptions of the meanings of each piece and how they fit into the history of the Iroquois People.

Black & White photos and illustrations.

ISBN 157067082X

Read the Denver Art Museum Leaflet Iroquoian and Algonkin Wampum Manufacture and Uses

Reproduction Northern Plains Tab Belt Bag

Reproduction Northern Plains Tab Belt Bag
Reproduction Northern Plains Tab Belt Bag

The Reproduction Northern Plains Tab Belt Bag features Braintanned Deerskin Leather and Red Wool (with the Hudson Bay tag still attached). A Tab Bag includes a decorated flap that covers a smaller pouch. This one comes attached to a red wool sash so you can wear it around your waist.

Master Craftsman Andy Bullock used Lazy Stitch to do the beadwork on the flap. The reproduction Seed Bead colors include White Center Cranberry Red, Mustard, Cobalt Blue and Pony Trader Blue. He also beaded the sides of the hidden pouch. The Braintanned Deerskin Leather fringe surrounds three sides of the flap and measures 2.5″ long.

The Tab Flap measures approx. 7″ long  x 3.5″ at the widest point. The hidden pouch measures 4″ wide x 3″ deep. The wool ties measure approx. 72″ long.

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Round Metal Conchos

Round Metal Conchos
Round Metal Conchos

You can use Plain Round Metal Conchos to create a classic Concho Belt. You will also find them useful to decorate Pouches, Turbans, and more. These dome-shaped Conchos come with a loop soldered on the back.

We offer three colors in 10 sizes:

  • German Silver
  • Brass Plated
  • Copper

Quantity Discounts will apply when you buy 10 or more of any one size/color.

If you are decorating a belt, we also carry a matching 3″ x 1″ Belt Tip in German Silver or Brass. Choose Belt Tip under the Size – Inches box.

We also offer Stamped Metal Conchos in 8 styles.

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Straight Dance Set Navy

Straight Dance Set Navy
Straight Dance Set Navy

Straight Dance Set Navy comes with Leggins,  Aprons, and a Trailer.  A beginner will find this a reasonably priced set to start out.

The crafter used Navy Wool for all of the pieces.  Then the crafter added layered cutout Ribbonwork in Red, Turquoise and Ivory.  He used Bias tape edging in Blue and Navy Blue to finish the pieces.  You will notice that the Leggins have a darker blue wool than the other pieces.

The Leggins measure 30″ long.  At the top they measure 12″ wide (lying flat). At the bottom they measure 10″ wide, not including the 3″ wide side Flap.  To attach them to a belt, the crafter attached strips of Navy Blue Wool.

The Aprons measure 16.5″ wide x 20″ long.  You will find a 2″ opening at the top to hold your belt.  You also get a Trailer to attach to the back.  It measures 47″ long and 10.25″ wide.  You will need to create an opening for a belt or wrap it around your belt to wear it.

A previous owner wore this Set.  You will see some discolorations on it.  The Ribbonwork remains intact, though you will see some small stains.

One of a Kind!

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Eastern Woodlands Native American Clothing

Eastern Woodland Regalia

Eastern Woodlands Native American Clothing

Eastern Woodlands Native American Clothing is both functional and decorative. During the pre-contact period, Eastern Native American clothing was made from animal leather and furs.  When European trade goods arrived in Northeastern North America, the Native Americans eagerly adopted wool, cotton, linen, ribbons and beads to use for their own clothing. But while they began to use different materials, their clothing style remained essentially unchanged to allow them to move freely in their Woodland environment.

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Eastern Woodlands Jewelry & Accessories

Eastern Woodlands Accessories

Eastern Woodlands Jewelry

Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands used many materials to create jewelry and accessories to wear and trade.   In the pre-contact period, Native Americans in the Northeast used shells, bones, stones, feathers, leather, fur and metals like copper to make necklaces, bracelets, earrings, headdresses  and sashes.  Some of these materials were fashioned into beads and pendants that were strung on leather or fiber laces. Others were simply attached to the clothing or body part that was to be adorned.

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Plume Decals

Plume Decals
Plume Decals

Plume Decals feature several Native American designs.  You can attach them to car windows or bumpers, campers, regalia suitcases or anywhere you want to show your Native Pride!

Clear heavy gauge vinyl stickers are designed to be waterproof.  The Fancy Feather and the Turtle on the Wampum Belt designs have a clear background, so only the design shows.

The rectangular decals measure approx. 7.5″ x 3.75″.  Oval decals measure approx. 5″ x 3.25″.

$1.99 Each when you buy 4 or more!

Select from 6 exclusive designs!

  • Fancy Feather
  • Kokopelli
  • Hiawatha Wampum Belt
  • Turtle with the Tree of Life on his back, over a Wampum Belt
  • Medicine Wheel
  • Mother Earth

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Antique Leather Bag with Deer Toes

Antique Leather Bag with Deer Toes
Antique Leather Bag with Deer Toes

This unusual Antique Leather Bag will make a delightful addition to your collection!  The crafter created it in the early 1900s.  We are not sure about the type of leather, but it may be pigskin.  It is very thin.  The crafter decorated the simple top flap Bag with very neatly trimmed Deer Toes.  These hang on leather strips adorned with White and Transparent Green Basket Beads.  The Bag may have been intended as a Belt Bag, as there is a leather strip on the back that could serve as a loop for a belt.

This piece is in good condition for its age.  You will see that the top flap has split and the strip on the back has detached at the top.  It looks like someone tried to repair it with a piece of masking tape.  The Bag measures about 7″ wide by 6″ top to bottom. The back strip measures 3.75″ x 2″.

One of a Kind!

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Bracelet Navajo Storytelling Sterling Silver

Bracelet Navajo Storytelling Sterling Silver
Bracelet Navajo Storytelling Sterling Silver

This vintage Sterling Silver Navajo Storytelling Bracelet was made by artist Kee Brown. A storytelling bracelet shows Navajo life centered around the home. The bracelet has a nice natural patina and gold plated images.

The first image is of a Navajo silversmith working and wearing a concho belt. Next, is a woman weaving a rug or blanket wearing a concho belt. In the center of the piece is the hogan. A hogan is a home made of logs and mud with an east facing door. The final image is of a man and woman leaving the hogan on a wagon pulled by a horse.

The bracelet measures  approx. 2/3″ wide.

One of a Kind!

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Jewelry Lot Assorted

Jewelry Lot Assorted
Jewelry Lot Assorted

This Assorted Jewelry Lot comes with a large assortment of pieces and materials. Pieces are made of shell, starfish, wood, metal, glass beads and more! The lot includes about 12+ necklaces, a Concho belt and a shell belt buckle. Use the jewelry as is or use the materials to make something new!

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Beaded Dance Set Youth

Beaded Dance Set Youth
Beaded Dance Set Youth

This Beaded Dance Set features a Buffalo design on Braintanned Deerskin Leather.  It comes complete with Moccasins, Yoke, Cuffs, Leggins, Belt and Hair Wraps.  The beadwork remains bright.

  • Moccasins  9.5″ long x 3.5″.  Both have been patched
  • Cuffs 6″ x 3.75″ with 5″ long Fringe. Pink fabric backing.  Some bead loss on both.
  • Braid Wraps 8.5″ long.  Width 1.75″ – 3.75″ . 4″ long Fringe. Minor bead loss.
  • Yoke 11.5″ at widest point.  Hangs about 8″  front and back. Lined with Pink fabric.  9″ long Fringe.
  • Leggins 10″ long  11.5″ wide at top (when opened) 5″ wide at the bottom when closed.  Lined with Pink Fabric.  Zippered sides.  Someone added 1.5″ gussets to the bottom to make the bottom wider.  Noticeable bead loss on one of them.
  • Belt 27″ long x 4.75″ wide.  Lined with Pink Fabric.  Three metal hook closures at the end.  Some bead loss.

A previous owner wore this set and it shows soiling and bead loss as indicated above. The fabric linings show soiling.  The Moccasins will need new soles in order to wear them.

We are selling this set as pictured. One of a Kind!

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Wampum Tube Strands

Wampum Tube Strands
Wampum Tube Strands

Wampum Tube Beads are among the most commonly used of wampum beads.  You can weave these Wampum Tube Beads into jewelry, traditional or contemporary Wampum Belts. Additionally, you can use them as embellishments on pouches and bags.  Native Americans have been using Quahog Clam and Whelk Shell beads for centuries.

We proudly offer strands of real Quahog Wampum Tubes for your most traditional jewelry and regalia. Strands come in 4mm x 8mm and 4mm x 16mm. Made from natural quahog shells, these beads vary in color striations – each bead is a miniature work of art!

Furthermore, you can choose from 3 color variations for our 4mm x 8mm Wampum Tubes.

  • D for mostly purple beads- Note at this time they are not on a string the dark are loose in a bag of 50
  • SW for a mix of white and purple
  • W for mostly white beads.

These options allow you to create contrasting designs when you make your own Wampum Belts.

We sell these Wampum Tubes by the strand. Strands measure 16″ and have approx. 50 beads.

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Apron – Leather

Aprons Leather
Aprons Leather

Our Leather Aprons consist of front and back panels that you can wear with or without Leggins. The top of the apron measures 16″-18″ wide and comes with a belt loop at top so you can attach them to your belt.  We sew these by hand from Gold or Smoke color Deerskin Leather for softness and strength.  The color may vary from the photo shown.

You can also purchase fringed Plains Style Leather Leggins and Eastern Woodlands Style Leather Leggins in soft Deerskin Leather.

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Allow 4 weeks for delivery.

All custom orders are subject to additional shipping charges.

Native American Style Flags

Native American Flags
Native American Flags

Purchase our weatherproof Native American Flags for your home! Our flags feature Native American Indian style designs and historical designs!

These bright polyester Flags offer a variety of designs including the American Flag, Native American and military designs.  Fly or hang Native American Flags at your home, your Powwow, your Re-enactment set-up or camp!

Each flag measures a full 3 feet x 5 feet. They are made from 100% weatherproof polyester with sturdy metal grommets.

Choose from 12 designs:

  • American Flag – No longer carrying
  • American Flag with Wolf
  • American Flag with Eagle
  • American Flag with Warrior
  • American Flag ‘End of the Trail’ No Longer Carrying
  • American Flag with Brave on a Horse
  • We Are All Related (Native American with Animals)
  • Woodlands Brave Flag (OUT OF STOCK)
  • Red POW Flag
  • Blue Fleur de Lis Flag
  • Gadsden Don’t Tread on Me Flag (sold out 8-20)
  • Hiawatha Belt

When you purchase three (3) or more flags they are $9.85 each, except the Hiawatha Belt Flag.

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Hand Made Dolls

Hand Made Dolls 
Hand Made Dolls

If there is a universal child’s toy, it may well be a doll.  Whether hastily made from scrap material at hand, or painstakingly made to exacting detail, dolls “speak” to our humanity.  At first glance, dolls are simple play-things… suffering the ravages of many other mere “toys”.  However, there are many other reasons dolls are created and decorated for children.  Dolls may also be used to teach children important cultural and educational lessons in dress, hair style, adornment and dexterity.

Some dolls are created for specific purposes or occasions.  Others are made with whimsy and artistic license.  There are no limits to the variety of dolls.  This author is particularly interested in beadwork as a decorative medium.  By making a basic cloth doll body, there are unlimited ways to construct and decorate these miniature personalities. Continue reading Hand Made Dolls

Wampum Beads – Glass

Glass Wampum Beads
Glass Wampum Beads

Our Glass Wampum Beads offer the classic look of real shell wampum without the hefty price tag! You will find these beads perfect for making belts, bracelets, jewelry and more.

We offer five colors, three opaque and two transparent. Dye lots will vary. The transparent purple varies from almost black to a lighter purple.

Choose from:

  • Transparent Cobalt
  • Opaque Purple
  • Transparent Purple
  • Opaque Ivory
  • Opaque White

These Wampum Beads measure about 5/16″ (about 9 mm) long  and 1/8″ (3mm) wide. They include about 120-140 beads per ounce.

You can purchase them in 1 ounce and 1/2 kilo packages. Buy 2 or more 1/2 Kilo bags of a color and save $4.00.

We also offer a Matte Finish Wampum Bead that is slightly smaller (8 mm long).

 

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Plume Patches- Embroidered

Plume Patches
Plume Patches- Embroidered

High quality embroidered patches will look great sewn on jackets, purses, baseball caps and more. Bright vibrant colors will not fade. Check out all of our designs! Round patches are 2.5″ in diameter. Large patches measure 3″ x 2″.

Buy 4 or more for $1.99 each!

Choose from 7 designs!

  • Howling Wolf
  • Hiawatha Wampum Belt
  • Medicine Wheel
  • Eagle
  • Warrior
  • Thunderbird
  • Flute Player Patch is Half Price!

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Plume Powwow Pins

Plume Powwow Pins
Plume Powwow Pins

Plume Powwow Pins are brightly enameled pins with a straight tack back.  Attach them to caps, jackets, bags, leather pouches . . .   just about anywhere!

Our Pins are available in ten exclusive designs. We offer popular motifs and designs so there is a style for everyone! Each measures about 1″.

Buy 4 or more for $1.99 each!

  • Buffalo
  • Eagle
  • Turtle with the Tree of Life on his back
  • Medicine Wheel
  • Dreamcatcher
  • Hiawatha Wampum Belt
  • Eagle Feather
  • Bear Paw
  • Howling Wolf
  • Warrior

The Fleur de Lis  pin will appeal to French & Indian War re-enactors.

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Wampum Beads – Clay

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Wampum Beads – Clay

You will agree that our Polymer Clay Wampum Beads are the best reproduction wampum available. Use these Polymer Clay Wampum Beads to replicate traditional Wampum Belts and jewelry.

Because each Polymer Clay Wampum Bead is handmade, they are unique, like the originals, which gives your project a distinctive look. The variegated coloring is very much like the Quahog and whelk shells from which they were originally made.

Each Polymer Clay Wampum Bead measures about 1 cm long, and 1/2 cm in diameter. These work best with our Single Ply sinew.

You can purchase our Clay Wampum Beads in packages of approximately 25, 100 or 1000.  Please note that we package these beads on a piece scale so the count is an estimate.

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Craftwork Techniques of the Native Americans

Craftwork Techniques
Craftwork Techniques of the Native Americans

By Scott Sutton. 116 pgs. Softcover.

Guidebook provides instructions for making Beadwork projects including beaded Rosettes, Belt Buckles, Fan handles and more!  It features Loomwork, Lazy Stitch and flat Peyote Stitch techniques.

Color photographs, Black & White illustrations.

Limited Quantities!

ISBN 9781929572298

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Moccasin Soles – Pair

Moccasin Soles - Pair
Moccasin Soles – Pair

We offer Heavy Strap Leather cut to size for making moccasin soles.  We use the same Strap Leather that you will find ideal for Leather Belts, Bustle foundations and other projects requiring durability.

The Tan Strap Leather weight is about 6-8 oz. You will find it flexible enough to turn when making moccasin soles!

We sell these cut Soles by the pair. Each piece measures approximately 5″ x 12″.

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Brass Tacks – Plated

Brass Tacks - Plated
Brass Tacks – Plated

Brass Tacks are like those seen on historical accessories. Ours are base metal with Brass-Plating.

Use them to decorate Tack Belts, Knife Sheaths, Quirts, Gun Stocks, Cradleboards etc.

We sell our Plated Brass Tacks in three sizes:

  • 1/4″
  • 5/16″
  • 1/2″

You can purchase them in packages of 100 and 1000.

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Wampum Warp Lace

Wampum Warp Lace
Wampum Warp Lace

We hand cut our Wampum Warp Lace right here in the shop.  This soft Deerskin Leather Lacing makes perfect warp lace for loom weaving. You will find it ideal for making wampum bracelets and belts. You can achieve a very traditional look with this hand cut leather lacing.

Because this product is hand cut, the lengths may not be one continuous piece. But we try to minimize breaks.

Our Warp Lace measures approx. 1/8″ wide. You can purchase it in 10 yard and 25 yard pieces. The colors will vary.  Please let us know if you need more than one length for your project so we can try to send you similar colors.

Want to try cutting your own Deerskin Leather Lacing?  Shop for Deerskin Leather and our Leather Lace Maker Tool!

Wampum Beads – Glass Trade Reproduction Colors

Wampum Beads - Glass Trade Reproduction Colors
Wampum Beads – Glass Trade Reproduction Colors

Reproduction Glass Trade Wampum Beads allow you to add a rainbow of colors to your loomwork and jewelry!  Get ready to make some colorful Glass Wampum Straps and Wampum Belts, earrings, even chokers!

These Reproduction Glass Trade Wampum Beads vary in size! They can measure just about 4 mm long and 4 mm in diameter to 4 mm x 3 mm  so you can get a lot of detail into a smaller space!  They come with a matte finish.

Choose from:

  • Dark Green
  • Cobalt Blue
  • Trans Cobalt Blue
  • Dark Red
  • Greasy Yellow
  • Yellow
  • Black
  • White

Available in 1 ounce and 1/2 kilo (17 ounces) packages.  Approx. 400 beads per ounce.

New stock of White is slightly smaller (4mm x 3mm), somewhat translucent and has more shine than the previous stock.

We also have some of the Chalk White available. Please choose White – Chalk to order these.

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Wampum Heartline Bear Earrings

Wampum Heartline Bear Earrings
Wampum Heartline Bear Earrings

These adorable Wampum Heartline Bear Earrings feature Heartline Bear fetishes! Show your affinity to the great bear with these beautiful earrings!

Each Bear measures 3/4″ long. They hang from Sterling Silver French hooks.

Quahog shells from the Atlantic waters from Cape Cod south to New York are the source of real Wampum. Traditionally, Native American used Wampum to make beads and pendants. Wampum Belts consisted of Purple Wampum Beads and White Whelk Shell Beads woven or strung together.

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North American Indian Beadwork Patterns

North American Indian Beadwork Patterns
North American Indian Beadwork Patterns

By Pamela Stanley-Millner.  64 pgs. Softcover.

This pattern book contains black & white charts for loom beading and applique beadwork. The patterns reflect designs found on actual items located in museums and collections. You can use these charts to create beadwork for Belts, Sashes, Necklaces and other accessories.

You will find designs from Native American groups like the Cheyenne, Sioux, Crow, Arapaho and more! The book also contains basic instructions for doing loom beading and applique.

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Read the Denver Art Museum leaflet on the Main Types of Sewn Beadwork!

ISBN 9780486288352

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Leggins Light Blue Selvedge Edge

Leggins Light Blue Selvedge Edge
Leggins Light Blue Selvedge Edge

These Navy Blue Wool Leggins are ready to go!  The crafter used Navy Blue Wool with a Light Blue selvedge edge.  He used 1″ wide Red bias tape on the edges and attached wool loops at the top you can use to fasten them to your belt

The Leggins measure 32″ long.  At the top they measure 11.5″ wide (lying flat). The ankle opening measures 7″ wide, not including the side Flap.  They measure 15″ at the widest point.

A previous owner wore this Set.  You will see some signs of wear on it.  They remain in very good, wearable condition.

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Lot 3 Inch Copper Conchos

Lot 3 Inch Copper Conchos
Lot 3 Inch Copper Conchos

These 3″ Copper Conchos arrived dented and scratched.  We are offering them in lots of 6 at a discounted price.  You will find some of them have very slight scratches or indents while others show obvious dents.   Use them for Concho Belts or as individual accents for other accessories.

We are selling these in lots of 6 Conchos.

Limited Quantities!

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7th Annual Nulhegan Abenaki Heritage Gathering

7th Annual Nulhegan Abenaki Heritage Gathering

Location: Mount Norris Scout Reservation 1 Boy Scout Camp Road Eden Mills VT 05652

Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Details: Come join us and you will she throughout the weekend  singing, drumming you will also see dancing. There will also be traditional games.  These games can be enjoyed by adults and children. Visit the vendors with authentic native crafts.

Chief Don Stevens will give demonstrations of wampum belts.  He will  explaining the meanings behind each wampum belt piece. Likewise Chief Don Stevens will also do storytelling.  Certainly the public is invited to ask questions.

This is a rain or shine event. No pets allowed – service dogs only. No alcohol or drugs allowed.

Contact: Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation 804-943-6197 dancingbluewolf@gmail.com abenakitribe.org/

Wampum Sand Dollar Earrings

Wampum Sand Dollar Earrings
Wampum Sand Dollar Earrings

These dazzling earrings feature delicate Sand Dollars recreated on real wampum!  Show your love of the sea with these unique earrings!

Each pendant measures 3/4″ long and hangs from a Sterling Silver French Hook.

Quahog shells from the Atlantic waters from Cape Cod south to New York are the source of real Wampum. Traditionally, Native American used Wampum to make beads and pendants. Wampum Belts consisted of Purple Wampum Beads and White Whelk Shell Beads woven or strung together.

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Iroquois: People of the Longhouse

Iroquois: People of the Longhouse
Iroquois: People of the Longhouse

By Michael G. Johnson. 160 pgs. Hardcover.

WOW! Fantastic! Splendid! Just what Chris and Carolyn said as they were looking through this book.  Johnson covers the history of Iroquois culture from the 1500s to the present. You will find photographs of Native American regalia, beadwork, Wampum Belts and historical places.

If you want to be both educated and inspired, do not miss this book!

Full of color and black & white photographs and illustrations.

Read the Denver Art Museum leaflet The Iroquois Long House.

ISBN 9781770852181

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Wampum Long Drop Earrings

Wampum Long Drop Earrings
Wampum Long Drop Earrings

Show off some purple and white with these 1.5″ long Wampum Earrings. They come with a sterling silver setting and french hooks.

Quahog shells from the Atlantic waters from Cape Cod south to New York are the source of real Wampum. Traditionally, Native American used Wampum to make beads and pendants. Wampum Belts consisted of Purple Wampum Beads and White Whelk Shell Beads woven or strung together.

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Womens Wrap Skirt

Womens Wrap Skirt
Womens Wrap Skirt

Our classic wool Wrap Skirt comes trimmed with contrasting ribbon.  You will find this Wrap Skirt perfect for Powwow clothing and historical re-enactments.  Use pins or a narrow belt to keep it up.

It comes in one size.  The skirt measures 27.5″ long x 58″ wide. Trim with your own additional ribbon, brooches or embroidery.

Choose Black, Navy or Red.

This is a custom made item, please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

Brooches are not included.

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Wool Breechcloth

Wool Breechcloth
Wool Breechcloth

Breechcloths are lengths of fabric or leather. Native American men traditionally wear breechcloths (or breechclouts) alone or with Leggins.  A Breechcloth goes between the legs. The front and back are draped over a belt or Leather Lacing tie.  Men can wear them plain or decorate them with Brooches, Beadwork or ribbon work.  They can also cut them from a wool blanket with a striped selvedge edge, and the stripes will serve as decoration.

Our Breechcloths measure 12″ x 58″ and does not have finished edges.

Choose from plain Black, Navy or Red.

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Wampum Howling Wolf Earrings

Wampum Howling Wolf Earrings
Wampum Howling Wolf Earrings

These earrings feature beautifully carved Howling Wolves made from wampum! You will not want to miss these miniature works of art for your ears!

Each Wolf measures just 1″ long and comes on a Sterling Silver French Hook.

Quahog shells from the Atlantic waters from Cape Cod south to New York are the source of real Wampum. Traditionally, Native American used Wampum to make beads and pendants. Wampum Belts consisted of Purple Wampum Beads and White Whelk Shell Beads woven or strung together.

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Beadwork Techniques of the Native Americans

Beadwork Techniques of the Native Americans
Beadwork Techniques of the Native Americans

By Scott Sutton. Softcover. 96 pgs.

This profusely illustrated book will help the beginner beader learn the basics and will give the more experienced craftperson little tricks that may make their beadwork even better! Provides instruction for loomwork, applique, peyote, and lazy stitch to decorate clothing, belt buckles, barrettes and more.

Color photographs.

Read the Denver Art Museum leaflet on the Main Types of Sewn Beadwork HERE!

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Gold Buckle

Gold Buckle
Gold Buckle

Gold Buckle of gilt metal measures 3/4″ x 1″.  You will find these simple buckles for re-enactor outfits, small belts, and accessories.

Save 20%  when you buy 10 or more!

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Assumption Sashes

Assumption Sashes
Assumption Sashes

Our woven Assumption Sashes come from Canada. They are available in traditional colors and patterns.  They will make the perfect addition to your Native American or Re-enactor regalia.

French Canadian women originally wove this type of sash in L’Assomption Quebec in Canada. The original pattern reflects belts worn by Iroquois Indians. Native Americans of many tribes wear similar sashes today.

You can wrap these sashes around a couple of times, and tie them to the side. They measure 6″ wide and 6 feet long, plus fringe.
Choose red or blue.

60% Rayon, 32% Acrylic, 8% Polyester. Hand wash.

We also offer matching Assumption Garters!

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Assumption Garters

Assumption Garters
Assumption Garters

Our woven Assumption Garters come from Canada. They are available in traditional colors and patterns.  They will make the perfect addition to your Native American or Re-enactor regalia.

The Garters come in pairs. You wear them just below the knee to hold up your leggins. Each garter measures 2″ wide and 3 feet long, not including the fringe.

French Canadian women originally wove sashes of this type in L’Assomption Quebec in Canada. The original pattern reflects belts worn by Iroquois Indians. Native Americans of many tribes wear similar sashes today.

Choose Red or Blue.

60% Rayon, 32% Acrylic, 8% Polyester. Hand wash.

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Canoe Cup

Canoe Cup
Canoe Cup

We offer handmade Canoe Cups created to look like historically attested cups. Our crafter makes them from a variety of reclaimed wood. He scrapes out the interiors and oils them with food grade walnut oil. These cups make perfect drinking vessels for Living History Re-enactors.  Each one comes with a hole for a carrying strap or hanging hook.

Native Americans and Voyageurs used cups like these as convenient drinking vessels. With the hole in the handle, a string or piece of leather lacing allowed them to attach a cup to their belts.  They carved these cups from the burls of trees, which had a rounded shape.

These Canoe Cups are made by hand exclusively for us!  Because wood types differ, please expect variations.

Each Cup measures approx. 6.5″ x 1.75″ overall. The bowl measures approx. 4″ x 4″.

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Seneca Center Seam Leggins and Aprons

Seneca Center Seam Leggins and Aprons
Seneca Center Seam Leggins and Aprons

Seneca Style Leggins feature a front seam that opens slightly at the bottom.  Our seamstress makes them with wool or wool blend fabric and contrasting bias tape trim.  These Leggins have tubular legs and a self-tie that you attach to your belt.

These Leggins measure approx. 26″ long with a 24″ circumference at the thigh and 14″ circumference at the ankle.

Select from 3 Wool colors. Each comes with contrasting trim.

  • Black
  • Navy
  • Red

The Aprons come with waist ties and contrasting bias tape trim on three sides. They measure approx. 15″ long x 16.5″ wide.

Purchase Seneca Center Seam Leggins as a set with the Aprons, or just the Leggins.

Click here to order Apron Sets.

Leggins may be custom ordered in larger sizes if required. Please call or email for details. All custom orders are subject to additional shipping charges.  Please allow 4 weeks for shipping on custom orders.

Large Freeform Wampum Pendants

Large Freeform Wampum Pendants
Large Freeform Wampum Pendants

These Freeform Wampum Pendants are ready for your unique jewelry creations. Each measures about 1.5″ long. They come with a single hole drilled for stringing on necklaces or earrings. No two are alike so you can wear a unique piece of natural art!

We proudly offer real Quahog Wampum Shell findings for your most traditional jewelry and regalia. Natural Quahog shell beads and pendants will vary in color striations. Each bead is a miniature work of art! These exceptional pieces will please the most particular craftspeople. We sell these individually.

Quahog shells from the Atlantic waters from Cape Cod south to New York are the source of real Wampum. Traditionally, Native American used Wampum to make beads and pendants. Wampum Belts consisted of Purple Wampum Beads and White Whelk Shell Beads woven or strung together.

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Stamped Metal Conchos

Stamped Metal Conchos
Stamped Metal Conchos

Stamped Metal Conchos are perfect for so many projects! Use them as centerpieces for chokers. Decorate bags and pouches. Use them as embellishments for a small concho belt.

They are lightweight! You will find them easy to work with. Each style has its own stamped designs.

We offer 8 styles:

  • 1″ Round with Star design
  • 1.5″ Round with Star designs
  • 1″ Cutout Star
  • 1″ Copper Heart
  • 2″ Oval
  • 1.75″ Thunderbird
  • 2″ Heartline Bear
  • 2″ Coyote

Available in bags of 12 or 144.

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Wampum Beads History

Wandering Bull Wampum

What are Wampum Beads?

Wampum shell discs pendants
Wampum shells and discs

Wampum beads include the white shell beads fashioned from the North Atlantic channeled whelk shell, a sea snail with a spiral shape; and the white and purple beads made from the quahog, or Western North Atlantic hard-shelled clam. Quahogs are found in the waters from Cape Cod south to New York, with a great abundance in Long Island Sound. Wampum were used by the northeastern Native Americans as a form of gift exchange. European traders and politicians, using beads and trinkets, often exploited gift exchange to gain Native American favor or territory. With the scarcity of metal coins in New England, Wampum quickly evolved into a formal currency after European/Native contact, its production greatly facilitated by slender European metal drill bits. Wampum was mass produced in coastal southern New England. The Narragansetts and Pequots monopolized the manufacture and exchange of wampum in this area. Continue reading Wampum Beads History

Turtle on Wampum Tee Shirt

Turtle on Wampum Tee Shirt
Turtle on Wampum Tee Shirt

Our own Turtle on Wampum Tee Shirt features the popular Native American design of the Turtle with the Tree of Life on his back.  In some Native American creation myths, the Turtle holds the land on its back (Turtle Island).  Our Turtle image appears over a Native American Wampum Belt.

We print our Turtle on Wampum Tee Shirt on a 100% cotton Oatmeal colored shirt.

Available in sizes Small – XXX Large.

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Wampum Tubes

Wampum Tubes
Wampum Tubes

The most commonly used Wampum Beads, you can use these Wampum Tubes for jewelry. You can also weave them into traditional or contemporary Wampum Belts or as highlights on bags and other accessories.

Quantity Discounts available when you buy 10 or more of one size.

We offer the following sizes:

  • 7 mm x 6 mm
  • 10 mm x 3 mm
  • 10 mm x 4 mm
  • 10 mm x 5 mm
  • 10 mm x 6 mm
  • 14 mm x 4 mm
  • 18 mm x 4 mm

We proudly offer real Quahog Wampum Tubes, Hairpipe, Beads and Findings for your most traditional jewelry and regalia. These real Quahog Wampum Shell beads and pendants will vary in color striations – each bead is a miniature work of art! Beads are measured in millimeters (length x diameter). These are exceptional pieces for the most particular craftspeople. Please note prices are PER PIECE.

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Leggins – Child’s Eastern Woodlands Style

Leggins - Child's Eastern Woodlands Style
Leggins – Child’s Eastern Woodlands Style

We have one pair of Child’s size Eastern Woodlands Style Leather Leggins available.

Eastern Woodlands Style Leggins come up just above the knee with side flaps that are suitable for your own painting or beadwork.  Attach them to a belt with the Deerskin Leather Lacing ties.

The crafter made these Leggins from Smoke colored Top Grain Deerhide. They measure 18.5″ long from ankle to the top.  The ankle measures 5.75″ (flat, about 10″ circumference) with 2.5″ of side flap.  At the top, they measure 7.25″ (flat) with 2.75″ of side flap.

A petite woman could also wear these Leggins.

We also offer Leather Aprons.

One of a Kind!

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Wampum

Wampum
Wampum

Ed. by Mark Humpal. Softcover. 208 pgs.

Wampum is a facsimile reprint of the 1901 Bulletin of the New York State Museum. The original title was Wampum and Shell Articles Used by the New York Indians by William M. Beauchamp.

This book discusses how the Native Americans from Northeastern North America used Quahog shell wampum. It also describes the items that they made with it.

Black & white illustrations.

The new edition has color photographs of existing contemporary wampum belts.

Read the Denver Art Museum Leaflet Iroquoian and Algonkin Wampum: Manufacture and Uses.

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Native Americans and Buffalo

Native Americans and Buffalo

Native Americans and Buffalo

Native Americans and Buffalo have a long history together. Buffalo, or the American Bison, has played an essential role in the survival and culture of the Native Americans who lived in the Plains region of what is now the United States, and parts of southern Canada.  Buffalo once roamed the Plains in innumerable herds until the middle of the 19th century. Incursions by white settlers and the arrival of the railroad severely depleted the number of Buffalo living on the Plains.  Native Americans use of every part of a Buffalo for food, clothing, tools, fuel and utensils. Continue reading Native Americans and Buffalo

Turtle Island Canvas Tote

Turtle Island Canvas Tote
Turtle Island Canvas Tote

We created Wandering Bull Tote Bags exclusively for our customers. A company here in New Hampshire makes them for us! You will find these canvas tote bags perfect for carrying craft projects, extra items to the dance circle, or even to the beach!

Wandering Bull Tote Bags measure 16″ tall by 18″ wide. They have a wide gusset at the bottom that allows the bag to stand. The 10 oz canvas is strong. You can easily sling the long nylon webbed handles over your shoulder.

We offer Wandering Bull Tote Bags in 5 designs!

Medicine Wheel
Thunderbird
Double Curve
Hiawatha Wampum Belt

Turtle Island Canvas Tote

We feature the Turtle that supports the Earth on his back on our bright green Turtle Island Canvas Tote Bag. It comes with a black webbed handle.  The Turtle has the Tree of Life design on his back.  A Double Curve motif frames the Turtle design.

Thunderbird Tote Bag

Thunderbird Tote Bag
Thunderbird Tote Bag

We created Wandering Bull Tote Bags exclusively for our customers. A company here in New Hampshire makes them for us! You will find these canvas tote bags perfect for carrying craft projects, extra items to the dance circle, or even to the beach!

Wandering Bull Tote Bags measure 16″ tall by 18″ wide. They have a wide gusset at the bottom that allows the bag to stand. The 10 oz canvas is strong. You can easily sling the long nylon webbed handles over your shoulder.

We offer Wandering Bull Tote Bags in 5 designs!

Thunderbird Tote Bag

Many Native American cultures consider the Thunderbird a symbolic animal. An 18th century Iroquois quilled hunting bag inspired our Thunderbird Tote Bag design. This walnut colored Tote Bag features ivory and red Thunderbird designs with simulated quillwork and tin cone tassels. The bright red handle really sets off the Thunderbird design.

Medicine Wheel Tote

Medicine Wheel Tote
Medicine Wheel Tote

We created Wandering Bull Tote Bags exclusively for our customers. A company here in New Hampshire makes them for us! You will find these canvas tote bags perfect for carrying craft projects, extra items to the dance circle, or even to the beach!

Wandering Bull Tote Bags measure 16″ tall by 18″ wide. They have a wide gusset at the bottom that allows the bag to stand. The 10 oz canvas is strong. You can easily sling the long nylon webbed handles over your shoulder.

We offer Wandering Bull Tote Bags in 5 designs!

Thunderbird
Double Curve
Hiawatha Wampum Belt

Turtle Island

The Native American Medicine Wheel design consists of a circle divided into four colors: Red, Yellow, Black and White. The four colors represent the Four Directions.  Our Medicine Wheel Tote features a Medicine Wheel with 2 Eagle Feathers tied to its center.  The bright red bag has black webbed handles. Our Medicine Wheel Tote is a customer favorite!

6th Annual Nulhegan Abenaki Heritage Gathering

6th Annual Nulhegan Abenaki Heritage Gathering

Throughout the weekend there will singing, drumming, and dancing with traditional games to be enjoyed by adults and children. Vendors of authentic native crafts will be set up.

Chief Don Stevens will give demonstrations of wampum belts, explaining the meanings behind each piece. He will also do storytelling. The public is invited to ask questions.

This is a rain or shine event. No pets allowed – service dogs only. No alcohol or drugs allowed.

Location : Mount Norris Scout Reservation 1 Boy Scout Camp Road Eden Mills 05652

Contact: http://www.abenakitribe.org  804-943-6197 dancingbluewolf@gmail.com

Bead Weaving with a Bead Loom

Bead Loom

Bead Weaving with a Bead Loom

Use our Ojibwa Bead Loom or our Mighty Mini Bead Loom to create strips of beadwork. After you finish your beaded strip you can use them as straps, belts, and bracelets. You can also attach beaded loom strips to other items like shirts, leggins, moccasins, and bags. Bead weaving on a loom is easy to learn to do and can be done with a variety of beads including Seed Beads, Pony Beads, and Wampum Beads.

Continue reading Bead Weaving with a Bead Loom

George Catlin and Native American Smoking Pipes

George Catlin and Native American Smoking Pipes

George Catlin and Native American Smoking Pipes

George Catlin was born in 1796. He taught himself how to paint and became an accomplished artist. In his early years, he painted portraits and created lithographs of sites in New York. Following his first trip into Native American territory in 1830 he became one of the first people to document Native American smoking pipes and their uses.  He provided commentary on the varieties of pipes and the specific decorations associated with various tribes. Continue reading George Catlin and Native American Smoking Pipes

Bead Looms – History and Usage

Andy Bullock Loomwork

Bead Looms & Beadwork History

Native American beadwork, like quill work before it, is a decorative art form.   Almost as soon as seed beads were available, native women invented two techniques for using them: loom beading and applique embroidery. Those two techniques are still in use today. Loom-beading and a form of single-needle weaving (peyote beading) are not adaptations of techniques known to European or other cultures –  they are native inventions. Continue reading Bead Looms – History and Usage

Double Curve Motif Tote Bag

Double Curve Motif Tote Bag
Double Curve Motif Tote Bag

We created Wandering Bull Tote Bags exclusively for our customers. A company here in New Hampshire makes them for us! You will find these canvas tote bags perfect for carrying craft projects, extra items to the dance circle, or even to the beach!

Wandering Bull Tote Bags measure 16″ tall by 18″ wide. They have a wide gusset at the bottom that allows the bag to stand. The 10 oz canvas is strong. You can easily sling the long nylon webbed handles over your shoulder.

We offer Wandering Bull Tote Bags in 5 designs!

Medicine Wheel
Thunderbird
Turtle Island
Hiawatha Wampum Belt

Double Curve Motif Tote Bag

Native Americans of Northeastern North America frequently used the Double Curve Motif design on clothing, bags, birchbark containers and other items.  The basic twin curves can be ‘filled in’ with a variety of design elements.  Our Double Curve Motif Tote Bag features floral elements on the main design and the border designs. Our classic black Double Curve Motif is sure to become a favorite!

Wampum Strap Yellow and Black

Wampum Strap Yellow and Black
Wampum Strap Yellow and Black

A crafter created this beautiful 3 row Yellow and Black Wampum Strap with reproduction glass Wampum. Add it as a strap to your Bandoleer Bag or Powder Horn! Or wear it alone as a sash!

This Wampum Strap measures 51″ long x 0.75″ wide. It comes with 4″ of Smoke Suede Leather fringe on each end.

One of a Kind!

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Nulhegan Abenaki Heritage Gathering

Nulhegan Abenaki Heritage Gathering

Location: Mount Norris Scout Reservation 1 Boy Scout Camp Road Eden Mills  Eden Mills VT

Time:  10:00 am – 5:00 pm both days

Details: Throughout the weekend there will singing, drumming, and dancing with traditional games to be enjoyed by adults and children. Vendors of authentic native crafts will be set up. This is a free event.

Chief Don Stevens will give demonstrations of wampum belts, explaining the meanings behind each piece. He will also do storytelling. The public is invited to ask questions.

This is a rain or shine event. No alcohol or drugs allowed.

Contact: 804-943-6197  or visit their website 

Native American Ribbon Shirts

Native American Ribbon Shirt

Native American Ribbon Shirts – Origins

Native American Ribbon Shirts are Regalia items that are worn by Native American people of many tribes and traditions.  The shirts developed from European Trade Shirts that were usually made of cotton or linen fabric. Silk ribbons were another of the trade goods brought to North America by the Europeans. The bright colors of the ribbons made them very popular among Native Americans.  In the 1800s calico fabric became available and Native Americans also made clothing from that colorful patterned cloth. Continue reading Native American Ribbon Shirts

Chicken Dance Bell Instructions

Chicken Dance Bell Kit Instructions

It’s Easy to Make your own Chicken Dance Bells!

Use the Chicken Dance Bell Kit Instructions by The Wandering Bull Native American Trading Post to made your own Chicken Dance Bells. Chicken Dance Bells are long enough to extend from the waist to the ankle. They are tied in three places, at the ankle, just above the knee and to a belt at the waist. The Wandering Bull Trading Post has everything you need to make your own Chicken Dance Bells. Use the suggested supplies here, or customize your Chicken Dance Bells with your preferred supplies. Continue reading Chicken Dance Bell Instructions