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Cedar Bark Baskets

Individual yellow and red cedar bark baskets from personal and museum collections as well as cedar bark baskets available for purchase.

Canadian Cedar Baskets, Hats, Headbands and Mats
A selection of finished cedar baskets, available for sale, made by makers Annette Bolton and Barbara Aronson from the 'Ksan Historical Village and  Museum.

Cedar and Beargrass Hats
Several native groups of the Northwest created cedar bark and beargrass basket woven hats.

Cedar Cradle
From the collection of the Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery at the University of Victoria.

Cedar Bark Backpack
Sharle Osborne created this backpack of cedar, cherry and willow.

Cedar Basket Jewelry
Lindarae Shearer has woven baskets and necklace pouches with Alaskan Red and Yellow Cedar Bark.

Cedar Baskets Woven On Commission
Barbara Johnson, weaver from the Nuu Chah Nulth Nation West Coast Of Vancouver Island. She offers her work to customers around the world.

Cedar Basketry
Additional resources on cedar basketmaking, cedar supplies and cedar bark basketmakers.

Cedar: Tree of Life To The Northwest Coast Indians
by Hilary Stewart, Bill Reid
Information on gathering, processing and using cedar bark, withes and roots for basketry along with much other cedar lore.

Marlien K. Hennen
Marlien gathers her own red cedar bark in summer and three to six months later processes it into strips, a very labor intensive task, creating wall hangings, lamps, hats, container baskets, bags, pots and more. She loves to hike on the beaches and in forests to gather the materials that she incorporates into her weaving. She offers finished baskets, materials including raw and prepared red cedar and workshops.

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