Arctic Warmth through Native ClothesNorth Pole Expedition 2003
||Machines are used to increase the speed and accuracy of Merete's arctic warmth, native clothing|
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Please Note: The background on this page is an aerial photo of the sea ice near the island of Svalbard, Norway
Photo by C. Jeff Dyrek
|If you want to stay warm in the Arctic,
you need Native Clothing. Here Merete uses a machine to sew the edges
of the clothing together. She has done a study of Native Clothing
and their stitch patterns, but using a machine makes a lot more sense when
you are making clothing for production purposes. The machine ensures
a better stitch pattern and longer lasting seams.
From the Webmaster: These are some beautiful clothes made in native style by Merete. She has studied the native clothing for many years before she started the business in Longyearbyen on the Svalbard Island group located far north of the most northern tip of Norway's mainland. The clothes are made of various animal furs from seal to arctic fox giving them both the function of maximum warmth and beautiful styling.
You can contact Merete at this Email address for more information or to purchase your custom made clothes. Click here to write to Merete
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