pointed tool similar to an ice pick, used to make and hold openings in the weaving.
the bottom of the basket.
like plaiting, but using 3 or more strands of similar material to form a long continuous wide braid.
a weave that allows a continuous spiral on an even number of warps using the plaited techniques and twining with two wefts. This called chasing, after the fact that the twining chases the plaited weft around the basket.
a simple stitched method of weaving where a thin weaver element is used to stitch spiral circles of a single or multiple strands such as a bunch of grass.
A technique used to decorate twined baskets in which a third, colored weft element is woven around the outer wefts, so that they are not visible on the inside of the basket. The woven embroidered weaver slants in an opposite direction to the rest of the twining and is worked in as the twining is woven.
a woven basket or mat where the wefts and warps are both flat and of similar strength that appears to look like a checkerboard at its plainest.
top edge of a basket
also known as a basket Base, used as a training tool to demonstrate the different methods of weaving.
a weaver with no warp. Several strands can be braided together to make a braid.
the oldest of all weaving techniques, employing two or more wefts that intertwine each other between warps.
also known as spokes, or the skeleton of the basket.
a length of material which interlaces warps. Also used for lashing.
container woven from wide strips of cedar bark, fish basket
lid (of basket)
inner bark or cambium of a good-sized cedar
cedar bark mat
basket for storing spoons
cedar rope, cedar withes
row of weaving, knitting or crotchet
hook wallet made of cedar bark
a type of large basket
yellow cedar bark cape