This design first appeared around the time of the first Carnaval de Québec in the late 1950s and has since been adopted by many different festivals and organizations. Due to its widespread use, this is the most recognized sash. These sashes are almost always made on a machine with the sides serged (sewn to keep the material together). Contrary to popular belief, this sash was never used by a traditional fur trader or bison hunter.
This pattern first appeared around the first Carnaval de Québec in the late 1950s and has been adopted by many festivals and organizations since then. Because of its popular use, this is the most recognized sash pattern. The belts in this pattern were almost always machine made with the sides overlocked (woven to keep the material together). Contrary to popular belief, these belts were never used by voyageurs or bison hunters.
Small - 2.5" Wide x 45" Length including fringe
Medium - 4.5" Wide x 75" Length including fringe
Large - 5.5" Wide x 92" Length including fringe