Metis clothing was greatly inspired by the clothing of the French-Canadian fur traders. They either used tanned animal skins, such as deerskins or moose hide, or they used cloth they had acquired through trade with the Europeans.
"Teachings of the Sweat Lodge", Aaron Paquette One of my personal favorites. The cross-section perspective, the first of which I saw in Hawaii in the early has intrigued and fascinated me for decades. This artwork exemplifies why.
Metis Arrow Sash - red for blood that was shed through the years; blue for the depth of spirits; green for the fertility of a great nation; white for the connection to the earth and Creator; yellow for the prospect of prosperity