Stone Age clothes
People living in the stone age wore animal skins so they could keep warm. It was a popular natural material. Everyone walked around in barefeet because it was too hard to make shoes.
Animals were hunted for food and their fur used to make coats and dresses. Flint scrapers were used to clean the furs.
Some people learned to stitch animal furs together using strips of leather (dried animal skin).
Important people wore necklaces made from sharp wolf teeth.