Two of the fanciest pieces of primitive luxury I know of are twisted rabbitskin blankets, corded on dogbane wefts, and eider down blankets, where the feathers are fitted into cordage. They both took a village to make and were wealth items.
I spent some 300 hours making a rabbitskin blanket based on information from Paul Campbell, but used waste furrier rabbit hides, which are domestic. The blanket turned out very hard, and I traded it away just to get rid of it after all that hard work. But now I understand the construction, so it was worth it.