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As an experienced or beginner pine needle coiler, you can make one or more of these pendants, or get started on a small basket. If you are new to pine needle coiling, this a fabulous first project because you can create a beautiful product that you will love wearing in a one day class. If you are an experienced coiler, you may add embellishments by learning to make spaces, wrapping rows, and adding beads. You also may successfully complete more than one project.
Lyn Parker Haas has focused her work on Pine Needle basketry studying with Nadine Spire and Pal Talsky, both very accomplished pine needle basket makers. While working to get “really good” at one craft, she enjoys exploring others: reed baskets, braiding, Zentangle and now Gem Trees. She has taught in Wyoming. Lyn’s first year at the Fletcher Farm Festival was 2016, and her baskets are on exhibit in Bellows Falls, VT.