Saddle-blanket (shabrack). Pazyryk, Altai, Barrow no. 5, 252-238 BCE. 2nd riding outfit, felt. 70 x 236 cm. Pub.: Rudenko 1953, p. 208; pl. CI; Rudenko 1970, p. 169; pl. 160; Charriиre, fig. 120.
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Saddle Cloth Pazyryk Culture, 5th-4th century BC The Hermitage Museum
How To: Make a Big Needle Felted Button. Could be used as a brooch or simply as a decoration. TUTORIAL complete with full instructions and photographs.
How to make a felt button We don't make any secret of our love for buttons here at Mollie Makes, but imagine how we felt (no pun intended) when we saw this sweet design by Cinti Gonzalez-Pell from My Poppet. It's felt, it's a button. Just wow! And we've invited Cinti over to guest blog for us and show us all how to make a felt button... Here's Cinti. She's all the way from Oz. Take us through it, Cinti... If you've ever felt intimidated by the whole pro
Saddle Cloth ~ Pazyryk Culture ~ felt applique, leather, hair, gold ~ 5th-4th century ~ State Hermitage Museum ~ The Pazyryk culture is a Scythian Iron Age archaeological culture (c. 6th to 3rd centuries BC) identified by excavated artifacts and mummified humans found in the Siberian permafrost. The Pazyryk are considered to have had a war-like life.