Makah Cultural and Research Center Online Museum

Cedar Bark Loom Weaving

Shredded or beaten cedar bark becomes soft and fluffy. It was made into clothing and mats by hanging warp strings from a horizontal bar and then twining across them horizontally.

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The Community Museum is a project of community organizations and Tribes across the Olympic Peninsula, and the University of Washington.
Support for the project comes from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Preston, Gates and Ellis, LLP.