My wife does the weaving, and I do the beading.
Beaded French & Indian War period sashes. These are once around and tied with the fringe as per originals, and vary in length from roughly 6 feet to a little longer.
These are later 18th century to 19th century sashes worn by Coureur De Bois and are 2 metres 700 in length.
Early to mid 18th century garters. Please note that it was not traditional to wear matching garters and sash.
Straps for cartridge boxes, swords and bags and pouches.
Same as above only narrower.
Unfinished sashes. The fringe is not corded or beaded and is left as is for anyone who wants a less expensive sash and wants to do the finishing themselves. These can of course also be used for bag straps.
All straps and sashes are loom woven.