Birch Bark Containers with Mark Catman. #329-0824.

Traditional Birch Bark containers and baskets were made and used in the Adirondacks well before the white man arrived. Native American people cut Birch Bark and made containers for food storage and many other uses. Today, these classic items grace almost every rustic cabin from the simple one room log cabin to our Adirondack “Great Camps”. No wonder, as they are functional, decorative, and unique. Learn how to make these traditional Birch Bark containers by selecting the bark, cutting, sewing, and much more. A great one-day class for beginner and experienced basket makers alike – you won’t want to miss this fun class!

Fee = $85 + materials ($10 - Est.).



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