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Examine how people made their clothes and why they didn't buy their clothes?
Transcript of Examine how people made their clothes and why they didn't buy their clothes?
clothing They wore wool dresses. They wore leather slippers. When kids turned 5 or 6 they got their first pair of pants. They got real shoes at the age of 5. Sheep from Europe are bought over to make the clothing. Buttons were carved from
sheep horns. wat up In the New England ColoniesPeople only had about to sets of clothes The boys wored loose shirts The boys also wored doublets witch means short jackets The people in the New England Colonies also wored colorful clothes People in the New England Colonies made something called cloak.Cloak is like a cape.It was very simple to make. New England Websites http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071008153344AAXDCoZ
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Middle in the early english colonists during the 1620s and 1960s did not wear black suits or skirts with white collars and cuffs. black cloth was expensive and hard to get so colonists wore black only on sundays or for special occasions only if they had any at all colonists usually wore colors such as brown,gray,green,red,blue, and purple early colomists did not wear buckles on their shoes,hat, or clothes. Pictures Vocab. Cotton-is a soft, fluffy, staple fiber .
Deerskin-is a dark fantasy novel.
Pig iron-is the intermediate product of smelting iron ore with coke, usually with limestone as a flux.
Sewing-is the fastening of cloth, leather, furs, bark, or other flexible materials, using needle and thread.
Weaving-is the textile art in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads, called the warp and the filling or weft (older woof), are interlaced with each other to form a fabric or cloth.