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Inge,  How long were your pieces of bark? Were you going for thin long strips?  I can not even see where you joined the strands.  The thinner fine strands are what I want to use when I make the basket. Your twine looks great.
 
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dawn west wrote:Inge,  How long were your pieces of bark? Were you going for thin long strips?  I can not even see where you joined the strands.  The thinner fine strands are what I want to use when I make the basket. Your twine looks great.


Hi Dawn. My strips of inner bark varied very much in length. From less than 1 foot to over 2 feet. You can't see where I joined them because I twist the new strand inside the end part of the old strand.
 
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