Published at Saturday, July 14th, 2018 - 20:08:54 PM. . By Morgan Hannon.
Modern pine needle basketry is noted to have begun during the Civil War times (1861-1865) when Mrs. M.J. McAfee of Southern Georgia used pine needles that she bound together with cotton thread to replace a worn hat for her father. She claimed to be the originator of pine needle basketry as we know it today. In the present day, pine needle baskets are most often created using the coiling technique, which is one of the oldest and most universal methods of basket making.
Some families prefer cremation urn accessories that are separate from the memorial container. These could be wooden or metal plaques that sit beside the urn. Some companies also produce glass engraved signs that feature three dimensional images or wording. Although this type of accessory adds pieces to your memorial display, they are also more versatile. You can reposition the plaque to accommodate other decorations that compliment the cremation urn.
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