|Description||This sash is machine-made using polyester.
This sash is a variation of the Carnaval sash.
This design first appeared around the time of the first
Carnaval de Québec in the late 1950s and has since been
adopted by many different festivals and organisations.
Due to its widespread use, this is the most recognized
sash. These sashes are almost always made on a machine
with the sides serged (sewn to keep the material together).
Contrary to popular belief, this sash was never used
by a traditional fur trader or bison hunter. It also comes with a Métis flag patch sewn on the sash that can
easily be seen while wearing the sash.
Cette ceinture fléchée est faite à la machine utilisant du polyester.
240cm long. (Not including fringes)
6″ fringes at both ends.
15cm fringes at both ends.
Faite à la machine.
96po (appr. 8pi) de long. (N’inclut pas les franges)
240cm de long. (N’inclut pas les franges)
6po de large.
13cm de large.
6po de franges aux deux bouts.
15cm de franges aux deux bouts.