Willow Pouch (Sold)

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This pouch has spokes of Willow bark, and is woven with inner bark of the Black Walnut and American Elm. The shiny greenish twined rows are of Rattlesnake Master leaves, a tall-grass prairie plant, once commonly found in Missouri. And the white twined rows are of Basswood fiber, the inner bark of a tree also known as Linden. The bark is rotted for six weeks in a pond, and then rinsed thoroughly, and the inner bark is peeled apart into tissue-thin layers. A piece of scrap leather makes up the cover. The latch bead is a Kentucky Coffee Tree bean, and seed beads, shells, and glass beads make up the loop. The hanging cord is hand-spun cordage made with Basswood fiber. All materials for this pouch were harvested, prepared, and created entirely by hand, from the standing trees and plants to the finished basket.

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  • Model: 216
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  • Created by Martha Younkin

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 20 February, 2011.

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