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Ojibwa women embellished their husband’s hunting gear with great care. This was especially so for shot pouches which were prominent on men’s attire because they hung from a leather cord around their necks. Women used porcupine quillwork to weave geometric designs on the shot pouches. Details such as the semi-floral quillwork at the top and the alternating bands of red and white diagonals along the edge identify this shot pouch as the work of a Red River woman.
depth 2 in ; height 10.5 in ; width 8 in