Published at Saturday, July 14th, 2018 - 20:05:35 PM. . By Morgan Hannon.
The basket is created by coiling and stitching one continuous bundle of pine needles around and on top of the row below. The foundation of the basket is formed with a bundle of pine needles bound together with various fibers such as raffia, split roots, birch paper, yucca, sinew, embroidery thread, yarn or waxed linen thread. Decorative stitches and wrapping techniques are often used to make the basket strong as well as add an attractive element. The most common stitches used are the straight wheat stitch, spiral wheat stitch, fern stitch, popcorn stitch, diamond stitch, the Indian wrap, and numerous knot stitches.
Creating a beautiful decorative display around your pet urn can serve to be a healing part of the grieving process after losing a beloved pet. The first thing to consider is not whether or not to display a pet urn in a prominent place in your home, but rather "how" to display it. While it is an option to simply place your pet urn on a shelf, some people opt to engage in an entire symbolically decorative process when displaying their urn in their home.
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