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Kwii.aang (Isabella Edenshaw, Haida, 1858–1926) and Da.axiigang (Charles Edenshaw, Haida, 1839–1920), spruce-root hat  ca. 1900  Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia  Cedar bark, spruce root, paint

Kwii.aang (Isabella Edenshaw, Haida, 1858–1926) and Da.axiigang (Charles Edenshaw, Haida, 1839–1920), spruce-root hat ca. 1900 Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia Cedar bark, spruce root, paint

Birch and Cedar bark, Spruce root and waxed linen formed into vessels in class with Karen Tembreull.

Birch and Cedar bark, Spruce root and waxed linen formed into vessels in class with Karen Tembreull.

Cedar Bark Box

Cedar Bark Box

Focus on Bark  - our group working with cedar bark | by jcarrigan

Focus on Bark - our group working with cedar bark | by jcarrigan

Rebecca Brewer of Cordova, Alaska creates lovely hand-woven hair ornaments of spruce root and yellow cedar bark, accented by hand carved cedar sticks. Her materials are gathered locally and each piece is original. Approximately 4" in diameter.

Rebecca Brewer of Cordova, Alaska creates lovely hand-woven hair ornaments of spruce root and yellow cedar bark, accented by hand carved cedar sticks. Her materials are gathered locally and each piece is original. Approximately 4" in diameter.

Ith kil gaa - Haida Weaver | A great resource for weaving from the Haida Artist Ith kil gaa. Learn about natural dyes & plant materials used in weaving. Browse photos of spruce roots being gathered and prepared. Find tips on caring for cedar bark hats and read a detailed "anatomy" about traditional and contemporary Haida hats.

Ith kil gaa - Haida Weaver | A great resource for weaving from the Haida Artist Ith kil gaa. Learn about natural dyes & plant materials used in weaving. Browse photos of spruce roots being gathered and prepared. Find tips on caring for cedar bark hats and read a detailed "anatomy" about traditional and contemporary Haida hats.

Hat of a high-status woman, probably Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) (attributed); formerly identified as Haida, 1800-1830, Cedar bark, spruce root, paint, wool cloth, dentalium shell/shells

Hat of a high-status woman, probably Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) (attributed); formerly identified as Haida, 1800-1830, Cedar bark, spruce root, paint, wool cloth, dentalium shell/shells

L. 73"; W. 39 1/2" A good intact Northwest Coast cedar bark mat. It has a thicker edge around the mat with a 3 3/4" border of somewhat darker cedar bark with a repeating "V" design in it between two n

Northwest Coast Cedar Bark Mat

L. 73"; W. 39 1/2" A good intact Northwest Coast cedar bark mat. It has a thicker edge around the mat with a 3 3/4" border of somewhat darker cedar bark with a repeating "V" design in it between two n

red & yellow cedar bark weaving by ah zut, via Flickr

red & yellow cedar bark weaving by ah zut, via Flickr

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