Ojibwe Shoulder Bag Kit
Learn about Ojibwe culture, explore nature for inspiration, and then personalize your very own shoulder bag. In Ojibwe culture, the bandolier bag is an elaborately beaded shoulder bag historically used to carry tobacco or personal items. Today, these bags are often displayed at public events such as dances and powwows. The beading on a bandolier bag follows patterns inspired by nature and requires hundreds of hours of work and a great deal of skill. You can learn more about this art form with the Ojibwe Shoulder Bag Kit.
Included in the kit:
- 2 preprinted bags for you and a friend
- glitter glue
- 24-page guidebook describing Ojibwe traditions and art
- 4-video DVD with step-by-step instructions, an interview with contemporary bead artist Cheryl Minnema, and more.
- By: Minnesota Historical Society in collaboration with the Mille Lacs Indian Museum
- Format: Boxed set, 24 page guidebook, DVD with 4 videos, 2 shoulder bags, crayons, glitter glue, 6 1/4 x 9 1/4, 24 photos, ages 6+
- Publisher: MHS Press (May 2013)
- Product ##: 9780873518253