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Pine Needle Baskets 

In Native American tradition, the pine tree carries the meaning of Peace

I create these baskets using materials from the Earth.

The pine needles come from a Long Leaf Pine.  Iindigenous and endangered, long leaf pine needles are provided in abundance from an Elder Tree on our land.

 The basket centers are from cedar, oak, ash, and mimosa slices (or cookies, as they are called). In addition to cut and polished wooden centers, I also use  smooth round stone centers, shells, walnut slices, and ceramics. All are responsibly sourced and chosen for their organic beauty.

View the selections below, read their stories, and see how the beauty of the pine needle basket resonates in your own life.

Two-day workshops are available and are held in the comfort of your home or mine.  The cost is $95/person with all materials provided and the guarantee that you will complete one small basket that your own hands have made... with a little help from a friend. ​​​

To create a workshop for yourself or you and your friends, Contact Sarah Soltow at 

 Due to the personal nature of the basketmaking process, class size is always limited to 5 persons.




These delightful pine needle baskets are designed to add a touch of creativity and natural beauty to your world.

Each basket is an individual work of art and is priced according to size, materials and time.

Prices generally range from $60 - $125.

Pine Needle
Basket Magic!

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