Baskets and basket makers in southern Appalachia
American baskets made by people in Appalachia are lovingly shared with readers. Indian baskets, especially Cherokee, also are included. Numerous photos detail every step in the basket making process: from the time the tree is cut until the time the basket is completed.
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Pine Needle Basketry: From Forest Floor to Finished Project
Judy Mofield Mallow
Limited preview - 1997
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Types and Styles of Appalachian
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