Clothing Answers

Do the siouix Indians make anything like pots or blankets or clothes?

Historically the many tribes of the Sioux did not make pottery, nor did they weave blankets. Clothes, like those of all Plains tribes, were of soft-tanned animal hides (particularly deer and antelope skins).

Pottery and looms for weaving cloth would be far too heavy, bulky and fragile for nomadic people to carry about in pursuit of buffalo herds. Instead the Sioux used the stomach lining of a buffalo for a cooking-pot, made very lightweight rawhide containers and used buffalo hides with the fur left intact as blankets and bedding.
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