This kit teaches simple one-rod coiling and six designs common to many traditional Native American cultures
Learn to coil a basket!
This kit teaches simple one-rod coiling and six designs common to many traditional Native American cultures from Alaska, California, and the Southwest.
You can make a 3" to 4" diameter basket and choose from six basic designs: stepped block, spiral, coyote tracks, zig zag, spaced blocks, connected blocks or rim edge.
Prepare to spend some time on this project. It could take more than 6-8 hours over several days. The kit contains raffia, fiber rush, tapestry needles and a 12-page full color instructional booklet.
You will need: scissors, ruler, pen or pencil. Ages 12 and up; adult participation necessary for younger ages.
Made in USA by Lorna Pollock.
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