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This Kuspuk was created by Yupik elder Dora Andrew Ihrke using the Native method. Traditionally, Kuspuks are measured to fit by the non-standard units of unan (hand length), pingayuneq (finger width), ikuyegarneq (length between knuckles & elbow), & iqelqin (width of hand). Measurements are taken using the recipient's own hand & arm, not the creator's. (Photo by Anecia O’Carroll) https://online.uas.alaska.edu/online/portfolio/RBUSHEY/Courses/Fall-2009/ED618-JD1?behavior=UAS;element=290…

This Kuspuk was created by Yupik elder Dora Andrew Ihrke using the Native method. Traditionally, Kuspuks are measured to fit by the non-standard units of unan (hand length), pingayuneq (finger width), ikuyegarneq (length between knuckles & elbow), & iqelqin (width of hand). Measurements are taken using the recipient's own hand & arm, not the creator's. (Photo by Anecia O’Carroll) https://online.uas.alaska.edu/online/portfolio/RBUSHEY/Courses/Fall-2009/ED618-JD1?behavior=UAS;element=290…

#Inuit child wearing #parka. This cotton fabric protects the wool duffle that is under the parka. eskimo

inuit child wearing parka with This cotton fabric protects the wool duffle that is under the parka.

Friday's Kuspuk Pattern

Friday's Kuspuk Pattern

Qaspeq, Kuspuk, Atikluk – Welcome to the life of Sew Yupik

Qaspeq, Kuspuk, Atikluk – Welcome to the life of Sew Yupik

traditional yupik headdress and dance fans with Kuspuk- my heritage :)

Yupik Woman w/dance fans & Headdress SC Alaska studio portrait

High in the Arctic !! Eskimo.... - Digital Grin Photography Forum

A Parka was worn in the Arctic because of the extreme climate. They were lined with fur and are commonly still worn today.

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