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Quill Basket (Geometric design) by Lorraine Besito, Ojibwa (Saugeen) artist. Medium: birch bark, sweet grass, and porcupine quills. Shown at Spirit Wrestler Gallery, Vancouver, BC

Quill Basket (Loon Family design) by Lorraine Besito, Ojibwa (Saugeen) artist. Medium: birch bark, sweet grass, and dyed porcupine quills. Shown at Spirit Wrestler Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

Navajo Shallow Basket by Penn Museum, via Flickr

amazing zulu basket :: "South Africa is famous for its tightly woven Zulu baskets. These hand woven African baskets are a true art form and are functional, beautiful and decorative as well as a testament to fine weaving skills. Zulu baskets are considered some of the most collectable baskets in the world. Master Zulu weavers are published and collected worldwide."

For thousands of years, California Native American Indians have used local materials such as grasses, roots and shoots, to make baskets.

Onondaga ash basket , 1840's New York

Hexagonal flower basket with arrow feather design. HAYAKAWA Shokosai

prior pinner:P Tlingit Polychrome Twined Basket | With two rows of chevron and diamond designs

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Bicornial basket of woven cane, from Queensland, early 1900s. Baskets with this distinctive crescent shape are made by men and women in northern Queensland, and can be used for fishing as well as carrying.

Whetung Ojibwa Quill Basket by Curve Lake Reserve, Ontario