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Handmade round doily in pink, yellow and beige cotton thread. (Canadian)

Sample of beadwork on a piece of tanned hide. One of the patterns is called a border while the other is called "triju'ta kwa". The beads are attached by an overlay stitch using cotton thread. (Wyandotte)

Male and female angels made of bisque. (French Canadian)

Lawn ornament made of plywood cut in the shape of a rabbit and painted white, red and black. (French Canadian)

Lawn ornament made of plywood cut to represent a duck. (French Canadian)

Lawn ornament made of plywood with a metal rod used to place it in the ground. The wood has been cut to represent a bird and is painted blue, white and green. (French Canadian)

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