April 6 to April 7, 2019
White Pine Bark Mokok (7” wide, 5” high, 3” deep) – A Mokok is a Northeast woodland Native American container of stitched bark with a round top and square bottom, used for storing food and accessories. Sew white pine bark with spruce root that you peel and prepare. Make an inner and outer rim from red willow that you bend and split. White pine bark feels like leather when wet and dries like wood. Different stitching patterns are possible. The applique is bark turned inside-out. AND Pine Bark Trinket Case with Lid (6” wide, 3” high, 4” deep) – This trinket Mokok is a container that is indigenous to the Northeast woodlands.
ennifer Lee has been enjoying making bark baskets for 38 years. Her interest began with the study of her Native American ancestors of the Northeast Woodlands. She teaches basket classes and educational programs extensively.
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