Published at Monday, July 16th, 2018 - 09:10:20 AM. . By Rebecca Cloud.
Glass Cremation Urns; The last material many people think of when they think of a cremation urn is glass - but think again. There are a wide variety of unique urns made of spun or blown glass. Finishes range from high-lustre to elegant matte and color options are only a limit of your imagination. Glass urns are also available in varying opacities, ranging from fully transparent to completely opaque (and everything in between).
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.
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