Published at Monday, July 16th, 2018 - 10:04:39 AM. . By Alejandra Means.
Historical references do not indicate when pine needles were first used in baskets. However, due to the availability of pine needles in their area, Seminole Indians of South Florida are noted to be the first pine needle basket makers. The Seminole Indians used a bone or shell needle to sew bundles of pine needles together with fern roots, sisal, or swamp grass. Some of the baskets were used for feed baskets, to carry water, and for winnowing seeds.
Bring the outdoors inside with a rustic basket filled with pinecones and urns filled with evergreens or branches with winter berries. Display bowls of winter fruits on tables and countertops - apples, pears, and pomegranates. Provide a soothing, comforting glow to any room in the house with candles. Bring furniture closer together for that warm, cozy feeling. See how easy it is to shift from one season to the next by implementing these simple home decorating ideas. Don't forget to add a touch of spring and fall décor for the in-between seasons.
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