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Plant materials are gathered, dried, and used to make functional and decorative objects. Contemporary craftspeople carry on traditional techniques to make baskets, corn husk dolls, brooms and beeswax luminaries.

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  1. Beeswax Ornament - Queen Anne's Lace

    Beeswax Ornament - Queen Anne's Lace

    $31.50
    Delicate Queen Anne's Lace blossoms adorn this beeswax ornament by Bee Global of Robbinsville, NC. Learn More
  2. Cornhusk Halloween Witch

    Cornhusk Halloween Witch

    $55.00
    A sassy Halloween Witch by corn-shuck artist Anne Freels of Clinton, TN. Learn More
  3. Cornhusk Halloween Witch

    Cornhusk Halloween Witch

    $55.00
    A black-haired Halloween Witch by corn-shuck artist Anne Freels of Clinton, TN. Learn More
  4. Cornhusk Halloween Witch

    Cornhusk Halloween Witch

    $55.00
    Black and bright orange corn husks adorn this sassy witch by Anne Freels. of Clinton, TN. Learn More
  5. Cornhusk Halloween Witch

    Cornhusk Halloween Witch

    $55.00
    A Halloween witch by corn-shuck artist Anne Freels of Clinton, TN. Learn More
  6. Beeswax Luminary - Fern

    Beeswax Luminary - Fern

    $57.00
    Green fern fronds are always in season! This is our most popular of the beeswax luminary styles, and each one is unique! Learn More
  7. Cornshuck Woman - The Knitter (yellow)

    Cornshuck Woman - The Knitter (yellow)

    $53.00
    A corn-shuck knitter dressed in sunshine-yellow, shows off her latest project! Learn More
  8. Small Appalachian Heritage Woman - churner

    Small Appalachian Heritage Woman - churner

    $37.50

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    A small version of Anne Freels' Heritage Woman--the churner prepares the butter for her family's meals. Learn More
  9. Cornshuck Woman - The Knitter (teal)

    Cornshuck Woman - The Knitter (teal)

    $53.00
    A corn-shuck knitter shows off the latest project on her needles! Learn More
  10. Appalachian Heritage Woman - churning

    Appalachian Heritage Woman - churning

    $51.00
    An Appalachian woman churning butter--a corn-shuck creation by Anne Freels of Clinton, TN. Learn More

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